DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The Dayton Business Journal announced the top businesses of the year Thursday evening at it's annual awards dinner at the Schuster Center.
Our Katie Ussin served as emcee of the event.
Publisher Carol Clark had the honor of announcing the 2012 Business of the Year. The winner was chosen from the top businesses in five categories.
The five category winners are:
Not-for-Profit: The Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education
Service: Valued Relationships Inc.
Manufacturing: Sulzer Friction Systems
Community Supporter: VA Medical Center
And, the big winner? Business of the Year honors went to Corbus.
Corbus is a global solutions provider including Information Technology, Supply Chain Management and Project Management services.
See a complete list of all the honorees in Friday's edition of the Dayton Business Journal .
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