Timonium, MD. - The Fall of 2018 was an exciting time for Allogram, a Baltimore Corporate Awards company. In December, their president, Amanda Gianotti completed the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program (10KSB). This honorable achievement sets the stage for the company to grow and employ more Baltimore residents. The highly selective program does extensive interviews to find a small group of qualified individuals to participate in their unique curriculum designed by Babson College, the nation’s top-ranked entrepreneurship school. To date, 10KSB has graduated fewer than 8,000 scholars nationwide. This intensive four-month initiative is aimed at creating jobs and economic opportunity by educating business owners on how to design and implement an effective growth plan.
While this was a tremendous opportunity for Allogram as a company, the benefits will be passed along to their employees, the city of Baltimore and their customers. Through the program, they gained access to unparalleled resources, education, and capital, just to name a few of the benefits.
In 1985, the Timonium trophy shop opened its doors as a small, family-owned business by Amanda's parents. Today, this 2nd generation company has grown into a leader in the awards industry. Trusted among her peers, Amanda sits on the board of the Awards and Personalization Association and the Award Associates of America. She also serves on the board of The Red Devils, a local Maryland non-profit. With the benefits of the 10KSB program, Amanda's goal is to grow Allogram into a household name and set industry standards as they transition into the 3rd generation.
"Our mission is to educate our customers on how to Harness the Power of Recognition," Gianotti said. "We inspire our customers to shine by delivering uniquely crafted products that exceed their expectations. We turn perfect moments into memories.”
Allogram will continue to make investments in equipment and technology each year. It is this dedication to technology and enhancing the customers buying experience that gives Allogram a competitive advantage and allows them to better serve their customers. To learn more about Allogram, visit their website at https://www.allogram.com/.
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With two locations in Maryland, Allogram, Inc. of Timonium specializes in creating customized trophies and memorabilia crafted from genuine Walnut, Cherry, Oak, Marble, Acrylic, and etc.
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