Telcom President Honored as Small Business Leader of the Year

President of Telcom Corporation, providing comprehensive telecommunications consulting, honored as Small Business Leader of the Year

Bobra Bush wins the 2010 Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Leader of the Year Award.

Boca Raton, FL – May 27, 2010 – Telcom Corporation, the leading provider in comprehensive telecommunications auditing and consulting services, announced company President, Bobra Bush, won the 2010 Small Business Leader of the Year Award, presented by the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce.  Each year, The Small Business Leader of the Year Luncheon is held in conjunction with “Small Business Week”, during which entrepreneurs and business people who create goods, services, and jobs, and bring opportunity and economic prosperity to communities throughout the nation are celebrated.

Nearly 400 of the area’s most influential business people attend this important luncheon honoring one of Boca Raton’s most successful small business leaders. Approximately 85 percent of the chamber’s nearly 1,700 members are small businesses.

Bush is the President of a Florida-based firm, Telcom, a telecommunications consulting and bill auditing firm.

“This award is my crowning jewel because it was given in my home, Boca Raton by my colleagues and associates. For the last 21 years, I have taken time away from my businesses, because I knew that the work I was doing in Boca Raton, Tallahassee, Florida’s Capitol, and Washington, DC would come back ten-fold.  Being involved in public policy and the legislative process has given me the knowledge to keep me ahead of the curve and grow Telcom’s services, offerings, and technology.   This prestigious honor from the Boca Raton Chamber confirms for me that actively participating in the molding of small business legislation facilitates expansion of my businesses and ideas,” said Bush.  “The skills I learned lobbying for small business owners, combined with my passion for telecommunications consulting services, have enabled me to consistently push the envelope for our clients, offering them the newest technology.  Because of my involvement, I’ve been fortunate to have gained those skills while truly impacting small business public policy.”

Bush is a 10-year member of the Chamber and serves on the Government Affairs Committee, and is a graduate of Leadership Boca, 2001.  Bush is also a member of NFIB Florida’s Leadership Council and has been involved for years by traveling to Tallahassee and meeting with State Legislators to advocate on issues affecting small businesses. Ms. Bush owns Telcom, launched in 1989, is a telecommunications consulting and contingency-based telephone bill auditing firm, specializing in corporate clientele as well as state, county and city governments.