IRVINE, CA -- American carmaker Fisker Automotive has received a coveted Stevie Award for business innovation from The 2010 American Business Awards program. The award was presented last night during ceremonies at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.
A distinguished panel of judges selected Fisker Automotive (www.fiskerautomotive.com) for “Most Innovative Company of the Year - up to 100 employees” for its unique approach to addressing future transportation needs.
Since its inception in 2007, Fisker Automotive has proven itself as a force in the automotive industry by leading the premium green car segment with the 403 horsepower, 100-mpg Fisker Karma. The Karma will be world’s first premium plug-in hybrid electric vehicle when it arrives in showrooms early next year.
Additional winners include other leading-edge companies like Apple, Mozilla, and Ford Motor Company.
More than 200 executives across the country participated in the judging process to determine the Finalists and Stevie Award winners. Details about The American Business Awards and the lists of honorees in all categories are available at www.stevieawards.com/aba.
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