Rymax Certified as Women’s Business Enterprise


Rymax, the nation’s leading loyalty and rewards marketing provider, has been nationally certified as a business enterprise for women.

The Pine Brook-based company is led by President Eve Kolakowski, who bought the company in 2019.

Kolakowski’s 20-year tenure with the company encompasses critical roles in operations, logistics, brand partnerships and organizational execution.

“Since the acquisition of Rymax in August 2019, this recognition is not only a huge honor for me personally, but also for my entire team, who share this great achievement,” she said. “I am extremely thrilled to be in such a talented company, among women who are highly respected leaders in their industries.”

As the leader in loyalty marketing, with over 450 partner brands, Rymax offers the widest variety of motivational rewards in the industry.

The designation comes from the Woman’s Business Enterprise Council, which is a Regional Certification Partner of the Woman’s Business Enterprise National Council. The certification standard is a meticulous process that includes a thorough company review, maintenance and site inspection. The certification process is designed to confirm that the business is at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by a woman.

WBENC is the national leader in women’s business development and the leading third-party certifier of women-owned and operated businesses, with over 13,000 certified women’s business enterprises, 14 national regional partner organizations and over 300 member businesses.


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