Recognizes fast-growing Milwaukee businesses

Milwaukee, Wis. (July 9, 2012)

TRC Global Mobility, Inc. (TRC), a leading relocation management company, has been named to the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce’s Future 50 for the third year in a row.

The Future 50 Program, established in 1980, recognizes privately-owned companies in the seven county Milwaukee region that have been in business for at least three years and have shown significant revenue and employment growth.

“TRC continues to grow to meet the needs of both current and new clients, at our Milwaukee headquarters location and also in our offices in Denver, Connecticut and overseas”, said Doug Berto, TRC’s president and CEO. “Though we’ve been part of the Milwaukee business community for 25 years, we’re proud to retain the innovative spirit and dynamic growth of a startup.”

TRC and other winners will be honored at a luncheon in September and featured in BizTimes: Milwaukee later this year.

About TRC Global Mobility

TRC Global Mobility is a U.S.-based, independently owned and operated firm that delivers creative, cost-effective solutions its clients’ U.S., international and government relocation challenges. TRC helps clients to further their business objectives by ensuring they have the right people in the right place at the right time, controlling costs and mitigating risks. TRC’s diverse client base represents a wide variety of products and services and ranges from smaller, start-up firms to Global 1000 companies. Visit TRC at

About MMAC

For more than 150 years, the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) has been serving area businesses as a private, not-for-profit organization. Driven by the needs of its members, MMAC is committed to increasing the economic vitality of the metro Milwaukee business community. United around the goal of ensuring long-term prosperity for both the community and its individual businesses, MMAC’s engaged leaders take action and get results. MMAC’s 1,800 members are representative of the region’s diverse industry mix, including manufacturing, service, wholesale and transportation. Visit MMAC at

Media Contact

Jerry Funaro, CRP, GMS
Vice President, Global Marketing
[email protected]

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