Everbridge CEO Wins 2021 Globee® CEO World Award as a Top Visionary

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Everbridge has announced that Chief Executive Officer David Meredith received a distinguished Globee® Award in the Visionary category as part of The 9th Annual 2021 CEO World Awards. The award showcases Meredith’s leadership and commitment to forward-thinking innovation, organizational performance, and corporate social responsibility.

As a visionary leader in the industry of critical event management, Everbridge recently announced the first Critical Event Management (CEM) Certification™ program for assessing an organization’s enterprise resilience. Developed from 20 years of professional services engagements across tens of thousands of projects in over 150 countries and facilitating tens of billions of critical interactions, Everbridge’s proprietary CEM Standards FrameworkTM and related certification process offer organizations an end-to-end methodology for evaluating and benchmarking enterprise resilience preparedness.

“CEO World Awards celebrate the achievements of leaders, executives, and their management teams behind the year’s most outstanding initiatives and achievements,” as outlined by The Globee Award organizers. “This annual awards program recognizes individuals and teams who set industry benchmarks for excellence.”

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