Liberty Power: Hispanic Business Magazine Honors Liberty Power®as the Fastest Growing Hispanic–Owned Company in the United States
Liberty Power’s Rapid Sales Growth in Electric Retail Markets Nationwide
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.– July 25, 2007 – Liberty Power, the fastest growing, independent energy retailer focused on business consumers, today announced it has been named the number one company on the 2007 Hispanic Business 100 Fastest–Growing Companies® list, compiled annually by Hispanic Business Magazine. The top honor marks Liberty Power’s debut on the Top 100 Fastest Growing List, which ranks Hispanic companies on growth percentage over the last five years. Liberty Power took the top ranking by growing sales at a compounded rate of almost 250 percent a year since 2002 and the company’s workforce grew from six to now more than 80 people.
Company’s CEO Discusses Energy Industry, Company Growth and Challenges Facing Minority Businesses
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – July 17, 2007 – Liberty Power, the fastest growing, independent energy retailer focused on business consumers, today announced that CEO David Hernandez has been selected to participate in the Marathon Club´s annual Deal Makers Summit, presenting to the group during the session “Emerging Domestic Markets Companies that America Needs to Know.”
Liberty Power was selected to participate in this conference as the fastest growing independently owned retailer of electricity, and the only minority–owned retailer of electricity on a national level.
New York´s successful retail market has several things going for it that have helped Liberty Power grow its customer base, but there are a few items that could be addressed to further improve market conditions, a company official said last week.
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Lawmakers left Albany without addressing the key to giving New Yorkers lower electricity prices passing a law to expedite the siting of new power plants
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What small businesses need to know to cut back costs and boost their bottom lines
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Liberty Power: Liberty Power Receives Licensing in Illinois and Michigan, Now Able to Provide Power in 14 States
Company’s Expansion in Response to Customer Demand
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – May 10, 2007 – Liberty Power, the fastest growing, independent energy retailer focused on business consumers, today announced it has been granted licenses to sell power by the Illinois Commerce Commission and the Michigan Public Service Commission. This marks the 13th and 14th states to license the fast growing company that is currently expanding its reach across the country to better meet growing demand from business customers.
SMALL AND MID–SIZE businesses are the engine that drives America’s economic growth, creating up to 80 percent of new U.S. jobs annually and contributing more than 50 percent of nonfarm private gross domestic product, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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Company’s Chief Executive Officer to Share Insights on Entrepreneurship to Cuban–American Students
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – April 18, 2007 –Liberty Power, the fastest growing, independent energy retailer focused on business consumers, and the only national, minority–owned energy–provider in the country, today announced its sponsorship of the Roots of Hope´s Evolution Campus Tour when it stops at New York University on April 18. The campus tour will promote the Evolution Project, the organization´s awareness campaign to generate mass–appeal and international solidarity for the Cuban youth by promoting humanity´s inherent need for freedom of expression. The New York University stop, sponsored by Liberty Power, will address issues surrounding Freedom of the Press and Artistic Freedom.
Annette Ficucello’s Leadership is Critical in Demonstrating the New Paradigm of Supplier Diversity
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Becky Pallack and Shelley Shelton
Arizona Daily Star
Feb 19, 2007
A lack of competition in energy choices is hurting small businesses in Arizona, according to a new study.
Arizona received a “D” grade on energy choices for small and mid–size businesses in a new report card from Liberty Power, an independent energy retailer.
The states with the best competitive electricity markets for small businesses are Texas and New York, according to the report, which grades states on a business consumer’s ability to compare prices, restrictions on shopping, protection from cost overruns, and the regulatory climate.