Winter Garden business owner nominated for Small Business Excellence Award

Winter Garden business owner Mara Abraham, Certified Translations dba ClariVitahas been nominated for a Small Business Excellence Award from the Florida Small Business Development Center at the University of Central Florida.

Abraham, founder and CEO of ClariVita Language Services, is one of 15 nominees for the second year of the program, which aims to celebrate FSBDC’s success, growth, business openness and community involvement with clients of UCF from across its eight-county region.

“The nomination is a great honor not only for me, but for the Clarivita team,” he said. “To be selected from thousands of small businesses from eight different counties and receive this recognition is extremely rewarding. I feel grateful and excited for what the future may bring.”

Finalists and the award winner will be selected by the FSBDC at UCF’s Executive Board which is comprised of local small business leaders, educators and stakeholders.

The nominees and winner of the Entrepreneur of the Year award will be honored at an invitation-only awards luncheon on November 1 at the Citrus Club in Orlando.

“The FSBDC at UCF is proud to recognize these fifteen deserving nominees for their achievements through our second annual Small Business Excellence Award program,” said Eunice Choi, UCF FSBDC Regional Director. “Small businesses are key drivers of our local economy, creating prosperity, generating jobs and improving the quality of life in our communities. It’s an honor to be able to celebrate these Central Florida standouts.”

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