Ingersoll Rand was named the winner of three Stevie Awards in the 20th Annual American Business Awards. The company’s excellence was recognized among 3,700 applicants and earned honors with a Grand Stevie Award and a Gold Stevie Award for its Achievement in Growth, and a Bronze Stevie Award for its Achievement in Management by an individual leader.
The American Business Awards is the premiere accolade for excellence in U.S. business, honoring organizations of all sizes and industries.
Ingersoll Rand – An Outlier of Growth
Grand Stevie Award – Achievement in Growth
Gold Stevie Award – Achievement in Growth
Judged for all growth-related achievements since 2020
Ingersoll Rand has grown steadily throughout its history but has experienced some of its largest growth in the past two years. Since 2020, the company has grown three times the market rate, more than doubled its size and has consistently outperformed the S&P 500 and Premium Industrial Peers by considerable margins. This list of accomplishments also included growth achievements in product innovation, mergers, acquisitions, market share, revenue and EBITDA.
A Maverick in Sustainability Leadership
Bronze Stevie Award – Achievement in Management
Recognizes individual executive who’s impacted most positive change since 2020
Winner: Mary Betsch – VP, Sustainability
Ingersoll Rand’s commitment to sustainability has received much praise since 2020, most recently being honored with a Trailblazer Award in S&P Global’s Sustainability Yearbook (ranking within the top 15% in its industry category) and winning a 2022 Manufacturing Leadership Award for sustainability and circular economy. Betsch and her ESG team have been driving this progress.
This is the second consecutive year Ingersoll Rand will be honored at The American Business Awards. In 2021, the company was honored with three Gold Stevie Awards (Achievement in Management, Campaign of the Year Communications and Achievement in Human Resources) and two Silver Stevie Awards (Events and Observances Campaign of the Year and Most Valuable Corporate Response).