Our company and our achievements are recognized and requested around the country by some of the world’s largest companies, national associations and agencies, and grassroots organizations.
Inc. 500 CompanyInc. 500 Logo In 2000, BETAH was recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the 500 fastest-growing companies in the country. Inc. magazine created its annual ranking in 1982 to chart the progress of America’s most successful and innovative entrepreneurs. To be eligible, companies must be independent and privately held, have at least $200,000 in sales in the base year, and have progressively increasing annual sales. (In fact, between FY2001 and FY2002, BETAH’s revenues increased 30 percent, growing from $7.5 million to $9.1 million.)
Winner of the Prestigious Aegis AwardAegis AwardIn recognition of BETAH's outstanding performance in producing the broadcast of the 1999 The Surgeon General’s African American Community HIV/AIDS Conference, the firm received an Aegis Award for Production Quality. The Aegis Awards are peer-judged honors recognizing excellence in the video production industry.
The 90-minute satellite conference, which addressed the impact of HIV/AIDS on the African American community, was transmitted live on November 30, 1999, from the campuses of five Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
For the event, which was co-hosted by local community-based organizations and several Historically Black Colleges and Universities, BETAH staff undertook the formidable task of researching, assembling, and directing the professional, technical, and production teams, and advised on all aspects of creative development and production. More than 40 downlink sites watched the conference, which was also seen on cable television and over the Internet.