MCLEAN, Va., May 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ACG National Capital, the Washington, D.C. region's preeminent association for corporate professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development and M&A, celebrated the winners of the 2015 Corporate Growth Awards at last night's black tie gala at the Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner.
Winners were announced in front of the National Capital region's leading corporate executives and dealmakers. The awards recognize the enterprises and individuals in the greater Washington, D.C. metro area's business community that have exhibited excellence in corporate growth and dealmaking over the past year.
"The Washington, D.C. business community represents a diverse group of markets and industries that are all well represented among the finalists of this year's Corporate Growth Awards," said Jean Stack, Managing Director at Houlihan Lokey and chair of the 2015 Corporate Growth Awards Committee. "We want to congratulate this year's winners for continuing their contributions to one of the largest, most successful economies in the country and for driving corporate growth across the region."
The 2015 Corporate Growth Award Winners are:
- Dealmaker of the Year (Private Company): Scott Goss, Preferred Systems Solutions Inc.
- Dealmaker of the Year (Public Company): Tony Smeraglinolo, Engility
- Emerging Growth Company Award (Under $25M): Altruista Health
- Corporate Growth Company Award ($25M-$75M): APT
- Corporate Growth Company Award ($75M-$250M): MyEyeDr.
- Corporate Growth Company Award (Over $250M): Maximus
- Venture Deal of the Year: Zoomdata
- Private Equity Deal of the Year: OGSystems Partnership with General Catalyst Partners
- Strategic Deal of the Year (Under $50M): Accela Acquisition of Kinsail Corporation
- Strategic Deal of the Year ($50M-$250M): The SI Organization, Inc. (now Vencore) Acquisition of QinetiQ North America Services and Solutions Group
- Strategic Deal of the Year (Over $250M): Raytheon Acquisition of Blackbird Technologies
About ACG National Capital
ACG National Capital, a chapter of the international association, ACG (Association for Corporate Growth) that serves Washington, D.C., northern Virginia and southern Maryland, drives middle-market growth and increases deal flow. It provides unparalleled opportunities for networking, deal making and professional development for individuals involved in building corporate value through M&A, strategic partnerships, organic growth and capital funding.
ACG National Capital's veteran leadership and its membership have participated in nearly every M&A transaction completed recently in the D.C. metro region with over 400 members. For more information, visit www.acgcapital.org or the ACG online publication at www.acgcapitalblog.com.
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