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11th Annual Stevie Awards

11th Annual Stevie Awards

November is a month to be extra thankful. Today, November 14th, marks the 11th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business and ICE Worldwide could not be more thankful to have our founder and managing partner, Jocelyn Philbrook, named a finalist again this year. Last year, Jocelyn was honored to take home a bronze Stevie Award, which was a remarkable way to end a great year. This year Jocelyn was named a finalist for Women Entrepreneur of the Year for Business Services (10 or Fewer Employees).

Seriously, it’s an honor just be named among such outstanding women. This year, Jocelyn continued to build the ICE Worldwide family through new clients and new additions to the team. As a business owner and a mentor, Jocelyn is committed to creating opportunities for women in technology, including a new continuing education program this year for employees at the local college.

 With ICE, Jocelyn set out to break the mold of male-centric technology companies. The company fosters a unique team approach with an open office environment. There are no cubicles or offices at ICE headquarters—not even for Jocelyn—as a symbol of no boundaries. And the company continues to strike a balance between the personal and the professional.  Friday afternoons, for example, are still reserved for companywide lunches—because it’s personal relationships, and not just people, that make a team.

Congratulations Jocelyn, we could not be more proud to have you as our boss! 

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November is a month to be extra thankful. Today, November 14th, marks the 11th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business and ICE Worldwide could not be more thankful to have our founder and managing partner, Jocelyn Philbrook, named a finalist again this year. Last year, Jocelyn was honored to take home a bronze Stevie Award, which was a remarkable way to end a great year. This year Jocelyn was named a finalist for Women Entrepreneur of the Year for Business Services (10 or Fewer Employees).

Seriously, it’s an honor just be named among such outstanding women. This year, Jocelyn continued to build the ICE Worldwide family through new clients and new additions to the team. As a business owner and a mentor, Jocelyn is committed to creating opportunities for women in technology, including a new continuing education program this year for employees at the local college.

With ICE, Jocelyn set out to break the mold of male-centric technology companies. The company fosters a unique team approach with an open office environment. There are no cubicles or offices at ICE headquarters—not even for Jocelyn—as a symbol of no boundaries. And the company continues to strike a balance between the personal and the professional.  Friday afternoons, for example, are still reserved for companywide lunches—because it’s personal relationships, and not just people, that make a team.

Congratulations Jocelyn, we could not be more proud to have you as our boss! 

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