Tundraland owner and president named Entrepreneur of the Year

Brian Gottlieb honored with annual Fox Cities Chamber award

Published Friday, November 20, 2015

On Thursday, Nov. 19, Tundraland president and owner Brian Gottlieb was honored as Entrepreneur of the Year at theFox Cities Chamber’s The Event: Celebrating Business Awards.

The Entrepreneur of the Year award is given to an individual who—through his or her own risk and initiative—has established a thriving and successful business. Since founding his home improvement company in 2009 with an initial investment of only $3,000, Gottlieb has grown Tundraland to one of the largest home improvement companies in the country and the single largest home improvement employer in the state of Wisconsin. With the designation of its Entrepreneur of the Year award, the Fox Cities Chamber recognized Gottlieb’s impactful leadership and dedication to giving back to the community.

“I’m in the business of creating value for others, and I believe really developing people into professionals is the best way to benefit the business community and the community at large,” Gottlieb said. “Building a healthy business through fostering a culture of enthusiasm and purpose allows me to give back to the community and turn problems into opportunities. It also makes Tundraland perhaps the best place in Wisconsin to work.”

The Event awards program recognizes individuals who exemplify principled leadership, strategic thinking, balanced workplace values and a pursuit of excellence. All nominees must have demonstrated support and commitment to the Fox Cities business community through outstanding business achievements and leadership.

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About Tundraland

Tundraland is a locally owned, top quality home improvement company that specializes in sunroom additions, bath remodeling and replacement windows. Tundraland is a place where enthusiasm and positive energy make up the culture of the company. Tundraland is considered by many to be one of the best places in Wisconsin to work.

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