3-G International, Inc. announced this week that Thomas L. Gregg won the 1999 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for the Greater Washington, DC area for his achievements in founding and building the leading U.S. smart card solutions company.
The awards were co-sponsored by USA Today, CNN, and the NASDAQ-Amex Market Group.
Previous Entrepreneur of the Year award winners have included a “Who’s Who” of business leaders, such as Michael Dell of Dell Computer Corporation, Steve Case of America Online, and Howard Schultz of Starbucks Coffee.
3-G International, Inc. is the leading U.S. smart card solutions company and has provided multiple application smart card solutions to industry and government since 1991. 3GI offers a wide range of smart card applications and solutions including financial, internet and computer security, electronic payments, and card system management. 3GI is based in Springfield, Virginia and has branch offices in Williamsburg, Honolulu, San Francisco, Raleigh, Edinburgh, and Shenzhen, China. 3GI was recently recognized as one of the fastest growing privately-held U.S. companies in the Inc. 500 survey. 3GI can be found on the World Wide Web at .Details