The Dallas Business Journal recently announced its annual list of top 100 women-owned businesses in North Texas. The list consisted of a variety of businesses, including oil and energy, real estate, wholesale and environmental services and were ranked according to local revenue in 2013.
HOBI International debuted on the list at number 15 , and was the highest ranked environmental services company with local revenue of $30 million last year.
HOBI is a leading asset management and electronics recycling company serving Fortune 1000 clients across North America. Since 1992, HOBI has provided comprehensive solutions for the remarketing and environmentally responsible recycling of electronic assets at its facilities in Batavia, Illinois, Dallas and Phoenix. HOBI’s systems are designed to maximize our clients’ ROI on obsolete assets while minimizing processing costs.
HOBI co-founder and CEO Cathy Hill has overseen the growth both operationally and strategically since the company’s inception. She continues to be responsible for the day-to-day operation of HOBI’s Batavia facility. Cathy personally oversees contract negotiations as well as relationships with most of HOBI’s large clientele.
Meet HOBI CEO Cathy Hill at the 28th Annual Entrepreneurial Woman’s Conference
For 28 years, the Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC) has provided a conference focused on meeting the needs of women and minority business owners in the Midwest. The Entrepreneurial Woman’s Conference (EWC) offers women business owners the opportunity to increase the profitability of their businesses by building relationships with corporate and government buyers, business experts and other women business owners.
As a certified women’s business enterprise (WBE), HOBI experts, including Cathy Hill, will showcase IT and mobile asset management solutions at Booth 209 on Sept. 17.
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