October 22, 2021
For Immediate Release

Twinsburg, Ohio – reLink Medical is proud to be recognized by the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University as a 2021 Weatherhead 100 Award winner. This year’s Weatherhead 100 recipients will be honored during an interactive virtual recognition presentation on Thursday, December 9, 2021.

The Weatherhead 100 awards were established to celebrate Northeast Ohio’s spirit of entrepreneurship and to reward companies that are leaders to the region’s businesses. This year, the 33rd annual Weatherhead 100 awards ceremony will recognize the region’s fastest-growing companies based on revenue from 2016 to 2020. Winners will also be featured in a special issue of Crain’s Cleveland Business Magazine.

For 33 years the Weatherhead 100 has recognized local organizations for their annual revenue achievements. Qualifications for consideration of the highly-coveted award include being a for-profit, independently owned business residing in one of the 16 counties of Northeast Ohio. Weatherhead 100 Winners are celebrated for big growth in net sales over the past five years –demonstrating growth from at least $100K to at least $1M.

“We’re honored to be named as part of this year’s list of award-winning companies”, said Jeff Dalton, CEO of reLink Medical. “First and foremost, we are grateful to have the team members we do. Because of their dedication and hard work, we can deliver on the promises we make. Thank you to all our hospitals partners that entrust us and bring reLink inside their facilities to help manage their medical equipment disposition needs. Finally, we are appreciative of the local Northeast Ohio business community and all the advantages and services they provide.”

reLink Medical provides an integrated solution that streamlines hospital’s disposition processes of used and out-of-service medical equipment, providing them with actionable intelligence, proactive planning, and downstream efficiencies. Serving over 3,000 hospitals and healthcare systems since their start in 2014, reLink keeps over 5 million pounds of medical devices from landfills each year and has returned tens of millions of dollars to its hospital partners. For more information, visit www.relinkmedical.com.



Brian Thompson

reLink Marketing Department


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