Celebrity Cruises Named Number One Woman-Led Florida Business

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The Commonwealth Institute of South Florida (TCI) recently honored the state’s top 50 women-led businesses at its 11th annual luncheon at Jungle Island. Celebrity Cruises President and CEO Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, who has led the line since late 2014, took top honors: Lutoff-Perlo and Celebrity were named the number-one woman-led business in Florida for 2016.

Lutoff-Perlo has led many notable changes at Celebrity, including the launch of a new advertising campaign, hiring the first American female cruise ship captain and introducing the Solstice class of ships. 

To compile the ranked list, TCI sent a survey to over 4,000 women-led businesses, providing questions on the companies’ successes and how they leverage their distinct attributes to advance professionally. Kaufman Rossin & Co. collected and analyzed the information, identifying the top 50 businesses, as well as top 10 non-profits.

At the event, before the lists of Florida’s top women-led businesses and non-profits were revealed, Lutoff-Perlo joined three other leaders for a panel discussion about their individual paths to success and the business climate for female executives.

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