ACG National Capital‘s 16th annual awards gala on May 22 celebrated the successful accomplishments of the D.C. metro region’s corporate growth executives, investors and transaction teams.
Individual and company award finalists were selected from nominations that reflect the diversity of industries in this business community. These awards honor the best leaders and companies in their efforts to support ACG’s mission to drive middle-market growth and increase deal flow.
Held at the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner, the black-tie event brought together more than 400 corporate executives and deal-makers.
The ACG awards winners are:
Private Company – Cresa Global, Inc.
Public Company -DXC Technology
Private Equity/Venture – Enlightenment Capital
Under $50M – Highpoint Global acquisition of Primescape Solutions
$50M-$250M – Appian IPO
Over $250M – GTT acquisition of Hibernia
Here are the full list of nominees for the 2018 ACG awards:
Under $25M – Berico Technologies; Vigene Biosciences; Virtru
$25M-$75M – CVP; Higher Logic; SeKON
$75M-$250M – Compusearch Software Solutions; JK Moving Services; Trowbridge and Trowbridge
Over $250M – By Light; GTT Communications, Inc.; Polaris Alpha
Private Company – Compusearch Software Solutions; Cresa Global, Inc.; MAG Aerospace; Valiant Integrated Services
Public Company – Beacon Roofing; CSRA; DXC Technology
Private Equity/Venture – Enlightenment Capital; Graham Holdings Company; Lavrock Ventures; NextGen Venture Partners
Under $50M – ANSER Analytic Services, Inc. acquisition of ATI Advanced Technology International; HighPoint Global acquisition of Primescape Solutions; LLR Partners acquisition of BluVector; MAG Aerospace acquisition of Avenge, Inc.
$50M-$250M – Appian IPO; KEYW acquisition of Sotera Defense Solutions; Merger of TeraThink Corporation and Dominion Consulting, Inc.
Over $250M – Cisco Systems acquisition of BroadSoft, Inc.; GTT Communications, Inc. acquisition of Hibernia Networks; Veritas Capital acquisition of Harris Corp.’s government services business; Merger of CSC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise into DXC Technology