Named a Colorado Companies to Watch Winner
Denver, CO – TRIO Environments announced today that it has been named a Colorado Company to Watch, acknowledging the drive, excellence and influence of TRIO Environments as a growing company in the state. Colorado Companies to Watch honors second stage companies that develop valuable products and services, create quality jobs, enrich communities, and create new industries throughout Colorado.
“We are so honored to be recognized for contributing to the overall economic growth in Colorado through increased revenue and creating job opportunities. We are grateful that we have such a great internal team, in addition to amazing clients, vendors and contractors” says Angela Harris, Principal and Creative Director of TRIO Environments.
“We are pleased to recognize TRIO Environments for their outstanding contribution in fueling the economic fire of Colorado. Thank you TRIO Environments” says Sean Nohavec, Colorado Companies to Watch Board Chairman.
Colorado Companies to Watch works to recognize the driving economic forces in the state by focusing not merely on growth, but on the true impact and influence of an organization. By focusing on second stage companies across the state, the program offers distinct insight into the state’s economic landscape and recognizes organizations often overlooked for the critical impact they have in their industries, communities and regions, as well as our state as a whole.
Other honors include: the 2013 MAME Rising Star Award, The Nationals Award for Best Sales and Marketing Council (SMC) in the Nation for two years straight (2014, 2015), Professional Builder Magazine’s 40 Under 40 (2015), a nod for Best TV Commercial at The Nationals (2016), and recognition as one of 50 Colorado Companies to Watch (2016) among over 1,000 businesses considered.
The Denver MAME Awards, sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver, recognize Major Achievement in Marketing Excellence within the new home industry.
The Nationals is the largest and most prestigious competition in the nation for new-home sales and marketing professionals and communities, with entries from over 700 local HBA chapters and more than 140,000 member companies.
TRIO Environments prides itself on excellence through our unique creative, sustainable, market-driven approach to design, and we’re grateful to be setting the standard in the real estate industry and beyond.
Professional Builder Magazine, a leading print and digital magazine for the U.S. homebuilding industry, has named Angela Harris one of its “40 Under 40” for 2015.
The 40 Under 40 Awards annually recognize an elite class of “homebuilding superstars” who represent the next generation of industry leaders and innovators in the nation.
Angela was recognized for her entrepreneurial vision, artistic talent, and business acumen as the Principal and Creative Director of the design firm, TRIO Environments. Beginning as a single-employee business in her parents’ basement and weathering an economic downturn, TRIO is now one of the most highly-regarded, fastest growing interior design and visual merchandising firms in the nation. It has helped to generate over $7 billion in revenue for commercial and residential clients and expects to double in size over the next three years, expanding into new national and international markets.
Also impressing the judges were Angela’s commitment to sustainable design—she earned a Master’s in Sustainable Design from Philadelphia University in 2009—and her leadership in the homebuilding industry, where she is a founding member of the Professional Women in Building Committee and chaired the Sales & Marketing Council (SMC) of the Home Builders Association (HBA) of Metro Denver, winning Best SMC in the nation for two years straight.
“Among the many entries, Angela Harris was a standout, with impressive commitments to her profession, industry and community,” said Denise Dersin, Editorial Director of Professional Builder. “Her many talents make Angela an ideal representative of homebuilding’s next generation of leaders.”