The secrets to their success

Top 10 Businesses of the Year

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Each of the Top 10 Businesses of the Year has a different secret, but they all have one thing in common: They’re wildly successful.

Representing sectors ranging from laundry to financial services and employing more than 2,700 people, these innovative companies have a major impact on the region. Read the following profiles to learn what makes each one tick and who drives the companies forward.

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The Top 10 Businesses of the Year were recognized by the Waukesha County Business Alliance and BizTimes Media at a luncheon held at the Country Springs Hotel & Conference Center in Waukesha on June 23. The annual awards program recognizes companies headquartered in southeastern Wisconsin that have demonstrated consistent financial growth and dedication to good business practices.

The winners were selected by an independent panel of judges based upon criteria that included financial growth, employee growth, customer focus, employee relations and community service.

#1 Business of the Year:

ITU AbsorbTech Inc. video-play-small-icon

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The other Top 10 Businesses of the Year are:

Best Version Media LLC video-play-small-icon

Bruno Independent Living Aids Inc. video-play-small-icon

Century Fence Co. video-play-small-icon

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Felss Rotaform LLC video-play-small-icon

KS Energy Services LLC video-play-small-icon

Lakeland Supply Inc. video-play-small-icon

Landmark Credit Union video-play-small-icon

Price Engineering video-play-small-icon

Wisconsin Oven Corp. video-play-small-icon

Community Distinction:

Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County video-play-small-icon

Profiles were compiled by BizTimes writer Alysha Schertz

Photos by Paul Gaertner of White Dog Photography.

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