Fonteva Recognized as a Red Hot Company by DCA Live
July 24, 2018
Arlington, Va., July 24, 2018 – Fonteva was named one of DCA Live’s Red Hot Companies Awards for 2018 at a special event in Washington, DC. This recognition was given to companies which have distinguished themselves as the fastest growing and most exciting companies in the DC region, including a diverse array of software, finance, Edtech, and cybersecurity companies.
“DCA Live was thrilled to honor some of the great companies from the Washington region and celebrate with their leaders and team members. Our annual list of Red Hot Companies recognizes the companies that are growing the fastest or have launched exciting new products or partnerships,” said DCA Live’s founder and president, Doug Anderson.
Commenting on Fonteva’s recognition, CEO and co-founder Jerry Huskins said, “It is truly humbling to have achieved such rapid success as a company in a region with such intense competition. Awards like these are what validate our efforts, reminding us of how far we have come, and inspiring us to see how far we can go.”
This was the second award Fonteva received from DCA Live this year, the first of which recognized Jake Fabbri as a top Chief Marketing Officer in the DC region.
About DCA Live
Since 2014, DCA Live has hosted events featuring the fastest growing companies and most dynamic professionals in the Washington, DC region’s legal, association & nonprofit, entrepreneur, federal tech, real estate and corporate communities. DCA Live also publishes the twice-weekly digital newsletter the DCA, featuring profiles of leading professionals from these industries.
Fonteva is the leading provider of membership, events, and eCommerce solutions built on the Salesforce platform. At the heart of everything Fonteva does is its quest to equip and empower its customers to meet the unique needs of their communities. By harnessing the power of the Salesforce platform, Fonteva delivers highly configurable solutions that facilitate collaboration and strengthen the bond that members have with one another and with their associations – because the stronger a community is, the more rewarding and enduring the relationships will be.