CE Pro 100 Entry Deadline Extended
Submissions for the CE Pro 100 list of the largest custom electronics integrators in the United States has been extended until March 23, 2018.
The deadline for entering the CE Pro 100 list of the largest custom electronics integrators in North America has been extended to March 23, 2018. Any custom integration company with revenues over $2 million in the core home-systems categories is a likely candidate for this esteemed list, which was first launched in 1998 and has showcased some of the industry’s finest custom installation companies throughout the years.
We have officially opened the call for entries for the 2018 CE Pro 100. Enter here.
A CE Pro 100 listing can benefit your company in a number of ways, including:
- Boosting credibility
- Reaffirming customer relationships and increasing customer loyalty
- Validating your company’s position as an industry leader
- Enhancing your image with partners like builders, architects and interior designers
- Increasing visibility
- Creating competitive advantages in markets served
CE Pro 100 companies will be featured in the May 2018 issue of CE Pro and on cepro.com.
Entrants will be eligible to attend the Total Tech Summit, which will be held in Pittsburgh from November 7-9, 2018. The event is an exclusive opportunity to network and share ideas with the largest integration companies across the residential, commercial, and security space.
How Do I Apply?
Find the questionnaire form here. Attest to the accuracy and truth of your submission by signature and submit by March 23, 2018, for consideration.
To make it easier for past members of the CE Pro 100, you can access your fully completed 2017 submission via our password-protected website link and simply update your 2018 information. If you have forgotten your password, there is an automated email system to help.
Entrants should submit separate documentation, such as an income tax form or a reviewed or audited financial statement to verify their 2017 revenue information. Because we realize many companies will not have completed their tax documents by our deadline, the previous year's (2016) data is sufficient to be marked as "verified" in the entries.
Entries with submitted verification documentation will be identified in the CE Pro 100 listing. This information will be kept strictly confidential, and it will not be published.
The entry form has easy-to-use pull-down menus of brands for quicker completion. If you entered in 2017, your brand usage information and category choices will be indicated. Make sure to check them and indicate any equipment brands you have added or dropped from your product mix.
Please note we have five new categories for which we are seeking brand usage information:
- Buying Group Membership
- Indoor Air Quality
- Vehicles (preferred makes and models)
- Lighting Fixtures
Please include a logo and a photo of your top executives and/or headquarters or showroom.
You may also mail your entries to:
CE Pro 100
111 Speen Street, Suite 200
Framingham, MA. 01701
Note: Except where noted, all submitted information may be published in CE Pro 100 articles. If you experience any difficulties or have questions, contact Jason Knott at email@example.com.
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