Dun & Bradstreet recently sent out a survey to help learn more about how U.S. businesses are handling global business. The Global Commerce Support Product Survey was designed to target owners of small and medium sized businesses to gauge their willingness to buy and sell their products or services on an global scale. Survey recipients who completed the survey were eligible to participate in a drawing to win an iPad® Mini 2. A winner was randomly selected on November 17th from a list of eligible survey participants.

Michael Krupar
Congratulations to Michael Krupar of Wellington Thread Works who won the iPad Mini 2!

“The Wellington Thread Works is located in the historic Village of Wellington in north central Ohio, approximately 30 miles southwest from Cleveland. [They] have expanded the operation this year adding equipment that will allow [them] to produce many different services and items to the operation. The business has equipment to perform embroidery, cording and 3-D lettering. laser engraving, a UV printer and  Roland print cut system for decorating all form of apparel and promotional material. The growth this coming year is forecast to be the largest increase in the past 5 years.”

Thank you to all business owners who participated in the survey!

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