Stream Energy Executives Named Finalists for American Business Awards
Honors Underscore Deep Strategic and Creative Expertise at Company
DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Stream Energy has been honored for both its business acumen in the energy marketplace and its brand creativity, with the announcement that Chairman Rob Snyder and Art Director Teresa Giamos have been named as finalists for American Business Awards.
Stream Energy is a Dallas-based retail energy provider that is approaching $900 million in annual revenue after five years in business, a 1000% growth curve since its start in 2005.
Chairman Rob Snyder was selected because of his role in launching Stream Energy and presiding over its phenomenal growth. Fulfilling Mr. Snyder’s vision, Stream Energy’s marketing arm, Ignite, and independent associates have educated customers about the deregulated marketplace in Texas and Georgia. Rob Snyder is a recognized figure in the energy sector, having been named regional Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and leading Stream to many accolades, including as a finalist for Platts Global Energy Rising Star Award and the top 200 in the Inc. 500 privately held companies.
Art Director Teresa Giamos was honored for her outstanding design of the company’s annual convention, Ignition 2010. Ms. Giamos’ design leadership created the overall look and feel of this high energy convention. She created a logo and other materials and guided multiple design elements, including booths, presentations, marketing kits, DVDs, promotional products and other collateral items.
The American Business Awards, called the Stevies, were created to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of business people worldwide. Award winners will be announced in New York June 21, 2010.
About Stream Energy
Since Rob Snyder, Pierre Koshakji and Stream Energy secured a Texas retail electric provider license from the Public Utility Commission of Texas in early 2005, the privately held company has become one of the fastest growing companies in American business history. The company expanded into Georgia in 2008 to serve the deregulated natural gas market in that state and has more than 400,000 retail energy service customers in Texas and Georgia. Stream Energy provides a full-service approach to customer relationships, supported by the company’s network marketing arm, Ignite, and a customer-advantageous pricing model.