Derse named to Deloitte’s 2019 Wisconsin 75™ List for the 15th Year

Derse | October 16, 2019

DERSE IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT IT RANKED NO. 67 ON DELOITTE'S WISCONSIN 75™.

Deloitte's Wisconsin 75™ is a ranking of the largest private companies in Wisconsin, based on sales revenue.

Derse’s chief executive officer, Brett Haney, credits recent investments in talent, technology, and outstanding customer service with the company’s accomplishment. He said, “Derse is proud to once again be on the Deloitte Wisconsin 75 list. For more than 70 years, Derse has focused on evolving with the demands of our customers and providing strong customer service. Our recent investments in talent and technology have driven new business opportunities across our trade show, event, and marketing environment businesses. I’m proud of the growth Derse has seen in 2019 and would like to congratulate the other Wisconsin-based private companies that made the list this year.”

“The Wisconsin 75 list doesn’t just include some of our state’s most recognizable brands. It also highlights many exciting and emerging companies,” said Scott Wrobbel, US central region leader and Wisconsin managing partner of Deloitte LLP. “Deloitte is delighted to recognize the important role these private companies play in Wisconsin’s economy.”

Derse previously ranked 70 on the Wisconsin 75 list in 2018, and has been featured on the list 15 times.

ABOUT DELOITTE'S 2019 WISCONSIN 75

Deloitte’s annual Wisconsin 75 list salutes the largest privately held Wisconsin-based companies. These companies play a key role in the state’s economy. Wisconsin 75 award winners are selected based on annual sales revenue.

To be eligible for Deloitte’s Wisconsin 75 recognition, companies must have a majority ownership by an individual(s), family, employee stock ownership plan, or private equity firm. Public companies are eligible when greater than 50 percent of the value or vote of the shares are owned by individuals, family, an employee stock ownership plan, or private equity. Additionally, companies must have an annual sales revenue of at least USD 50,000. The Wisconsin 75 excludes cooperatives and accounting, tax, legal, and consulting service companies.


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