BOSTON – The Mandrell Company was recently recognized as one of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” by Entrepreneur magazine’s Entrepreneur360TM List.
Based on a study forged by Entrepreneur, The Mandrell Company is recognized as a well-rounded company that has mastered a balance of impact, innovation, growth, leadership, and value.
Willie J. Mandrell, III says “being recognized among this elite group of businesses by Entrepreneur Magazine is one of the highlights of our year! Growing a business is not easy, but it is simple. Knowing this, we are able to focus our daily actions on the long-term goal: creating a scalable, predictable, and profitable business, one we can duplicate as we grow. But, we are driven fiercely by legacy, a legacy where we help our clients, agents, employees, and community members build personal wealth via Real Estate. We genuinely believe sharing our knowledge, experience, and story as often as possible allows us to help the most people and, truly, there is nothing more important.”
“Our annual evaluation of vetted data offers a 360-degree analysis of top privately-held companies across a multitude of industries,” explains Jason Feifer, editor in chief of Entrepreneur Magazine. “They are deemed successful not only by revenue numbers, but by how well-rounded they are. The companies that make the list have pushed boundaries with their innovative ideas, fostered strong company cultures, impacted their communities for the better, and increased their brand awareness.”
The Mandrell Company was founded in 2012 with a simple vision. To create a full-service residential and commercial Real Estate marketing and sales firm dedicated to providing our clients with the most experienced, interesting, and relevant, knowledge of the greater Boston area market in order to masterfully fulfill their individualized Real Estate goals. Our constant and consistent commitment to being professional, ethical, responsible, and respectful to our clients, colleagues, and community allows us to maintain our vision.
Honorees were identified based on the results from a comprehensive study of independently-owned companies, using a proprietary algorithm and other advanced analytics.
The algorithm was built on a balanced scorecard designed to measure five metrics reflecting major pillars of entrepreneurship—innovation, growth, leadership, impact, and business valuation.