Rose International
Named to the
Working Woman 500

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Rose International Named to the Working Woman 500

The St. Louis-based IT firm makes the list for the second time.

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ST. LOUIS, June 22, 2001 – Rose International, a leader in providing information technology services and solutions, announced today that it has been named to the Working Woman 500 as the 415th largest woman-owned business in the United States. This is the company’s second appearance on the list, ranking at 491 in 2000.

“We are truly honored to be recognized by Working Woman again,” said Mrs. Himanshu Bhatia, CEO. “The list is a benchmark for woman-owned enterprises across the country, and it means a lot to be considered one of the nation’s ‘best and brightest’ along with so many other outstanding organizations.”

Rose posted 2000 revenues of $30 million, up from $19.7 million in 1999. The company was one of 12 Missouri-based companies on this year’s list.

About Rose International

Founded in 1993, St. Louis-based Rose International is a leader in providing information technology solutions to corporations and government agencies. The company’s numerous branch offices have a broad geographic reach, allowing Rose to work with organizations across the country. The company and its CEO, Himanshu Bhatia, have won numerous awards, including SBA Small-Business Person of the Year (State of Missouri, 2001); Working Woman Entrepreneurial Excellence Award (regional finalist, 2001); St. Louis Regional Fast 50 Winner (#1, 2000); Inc. 500 (#21, 2000); and Asian Entrepreneur Magazine’s Asian Entrepreneur of the Year (2000), just to name a few.

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