2022 EPIC Awarda Recipients Revealed

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Last night, the Grand Rapids Chamber announced the 2022 EPIC Awards recipients.

EPIC is the premier business award celebration in the region that recognizes exceptional organizations that foster community growth, demonstrate innovation, and have championed others as mentors and collaborators.

Each award category recognized those who are leading in growth and innovation, strengthening our business community, enabling collaboration and connections, and accomplishing incredible things.

“When I look at the future of West Michigan, I know that it stands on the shoulders of our innovative business owners, our creative visionaries, and the determination of our leaders,” said Attah Obande, Vice President of Business and Talent Development for the Grand Rapids Chamber. “It these EPIC Award honorees who are the ones making things happen.”

“Each recipient brings a unique set of passions and skills to our community. Their excellence has pushed our region forward and will inspire others for years to come,” continued Obande. “We are proud to honor them for their past achievements and support their future success.”

Watch a video highlighting our EPIC finalists here.


Family-Owned Business of the Year:


Presented by Family Business Alliance


Woman-Owned Business of the Year

EM Services, LLC

Presented by Priority Health


Minority-Owned Business of the Year

BAMF Health, Inc.


Creative Business of the Year

Mathison | Mathison Architects

Presented by Grand Rapids Community College


Non-Profit of the Year

Dégagé Ministries

Presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan


Excellence in Business – Small

AE Betancourt


Excellence in Business – Medium

Atomic Object

Presented by Huntington Bank


Excellence in Business – Large


Presented by WOOD TV8


DEI Champion – Organization of the Year

Peckham, Inc.

Presented by Corewell Health


Find all of our event photos on our facebook page.


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