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Atlanta helicopter parts distributor to achieve national recognition

ATLANTA, July 7 2017- Rotorcorp announced today that it has been named by executive training company Ineterise as a finalist for the “Company to Watch” award for 2017, as part of the Federal Small Business Administration Emerging Leaders program. Administered by Ineterise, the Emerging Leaders Initiative is an intensive 7-month executive education program focusing on businesses poised for growth in historically challenged communities. Through the program, Interise provides business leaders with the organizational framework, resource network, and motivation required to build sustainable enterprises and promote the economic development within urban communities.

Rotorcorp, a 2016 Emerging Leaders graduate, saw tremendous growth following its completion of the program and implementation of a 3-year strategic growth plan. The company is now on track to double its annual revenue and significantly grow its operating margins.

“Our strategic growth plan has positioned us to evolve Rotorcorp from a start-up to a well-established and respected distributor that today is recognized by Robinson helicopter operators around the world,” said Sean Casey, vice president of Rotorcorp. “Our success over the past 12-months has put us on track to add 5 new aerospace jobs in the state of Georgia by 2019.”

Interise’s annual StreetWise Summit Small Business awards recognize the outstanding achievement of small business owners who are redefining the relationship between companies and communities. Rotorcorp is one of five “Businesses to Watch” finalists out of the sixty cities in which the Emerging Leaders program was offered. Award voting for “Business to Watch” and other categories will remain open until August 4, 2017. Award winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony concluding the StreetWise Summit on September 12, 2017.

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About Rotorcorp

Rotorcorp, LLC is the leading provider of parts, engines and major components for Robinson Helicopters- the most widely produced helicopter in the world. Since its inception in 2011, Rotorcorp has grown to serve over one thousand customers in forty-five different countries. Robinson owners, operators and maintainers have come to rely on Rotorcorp’s expert staff, competitive pricing and unparalleled distribution network to maintain the airworthiness of their helicopters- no matter where they are located.


Interise is the go-to partner with a proven model for accelerating economic and small business growth in lower income communities. Its StreetWise ‘MBA’ provides small business owners with the business knowledge, management know-how, and relationships they need to scale, including a national network of business experts, instructors and 4,200+ Interise alumni. While learning to work on as well as in their business, small business owners develop a comprehensive three-year Strategic Growth Action PlanTM. Alumni have secured over $3 billion dollars in government and institutional contracts since 2008. In 2015, they reported an average annual revenue growth of $278,000.