Anderson-Dubose CEO Honored with Entrepreneur Award
CLEVELAND – LaunchHouse and the Cleveland Jewish News will honor Warren Anderson, president and CEO of The Anderson-DuBose Co., with the 2020 Lexus Visionary Entrepreneur Award at the annual Bootstrap Bash event Jan. 25.
Anderson graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of General Science degree. He entered the University of Michigan School of Communication and graduated with a master’s degree, majoring in broadcast journalism.
“It is a privilege to honor Warren Anderson, who has had such an impact both as a successful entrepreneur and as an influential figure in the community,” said Todd Goldstein, founder and CEO of LaunchHouse, in a statement.
Anderson is a board member of the Playhouse Square Performing Arts Center Foundation, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The President’s Council, the World Presidents’ Organization and the Cleveland Clinic Center for Men’s Health. He is also a member of the Cleveland Bluecoats, the Tau Boule and a graduate of Leadership Cleveland’s class of 1995.
Presented by LaunchHouse and the Cleveland Jewish News, the ceremony honoring industry leaders will take place at Red Space, 2400 Superior Ave. in Cleveland, at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets, available here, are $125 per person and can be purchased at LaunchHouse.com. Dinner is provided by Spice Catering Co., an open bar and dancing.
LaunchHouse is a coworking community where people and businesses come to grow, Goldstein said.
“The Bootstrap Bash is a staple for the LaunchHouse community,” he said. “It is an event that inspires and celebrates the hard work that entrepreneurs and small businesses achieve.”
The evening will showcase the region’s promising start-ups and the second annual Better Business Bureau Spark Award. Proceeds will assist LaunchHouse in continuing to provide much of its educational programs and services to the entrepreneurial community for free.
Pictured: Warren Anderson, president and CEO of The Anderson-Dubose Co.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.