CRB enters Kansas City Business Journals Hall of Champions
May 9, 2019
On May 2, the Kansas City Business Journal honored CRB as one of the publication’s Champions of Business. Each year, the Kansas City Business Journal honors 15 companies that are rooted in Kansas City, have been in business at least three years and earn a gross revenue of at least $3 million. The Champions of Business winners are acknowledged as helping the community thrive.
CEO Jeff Biskup spoke with the Kansas City Business Journal and shared our commitment to learning what we can do for others and then putting that knowledge into action through projects related to the health and humanity behind enhanced patient care. “It’s really about making the world a better place, and I think that’s what we’ve always been,” he said. “A lot of our projects are for clients working to find cures for cancer, Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis—or treatments for people with these diseases—so they can live better lives.”
Having previously been recognized in 2016 and 2017, CRB was also one of four companies to enter the program’s Hall of Champions this year. “CRB’s presence in our communities is enhanced by the dedication of our staff to so many good causes,” said operations manager John Schwaller. “From Ronald McDonald House to participating in countless other activities that give back, these all played a part in us winning this award and entering the Hall of Champions.”
Learn more about CRB entering the Kansas City Business Journal’s Hall of Champions here.