woombikes USA wins ACG 2019 Growth Award 

 

On June 12, woombikes USA was named a winner of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Central Texas’ 2019 Growth Awards. The annual ACG Awards recognize 12 market-leading companies that make Central Texas communities a better place. woom was the winner of the $5-$10 million category.  

 

 

 

Founder and CEO Mathias Ihlenfeld, along with Manuel Christoffel (Head of Marketing & CX), assembly and quality control manager Sam Frost, operations manager Billy Flores, and accountant Carolina Correa attended the ACG luncheon last Wednesday at Austin Country Club to accept the award.

 

From left to right, Manuel Christoffel, Billy Flores, Mathias Ihlenfeld, Carolina Correa, Sam Frost.

 

“Our woom team is excited to win this award.  We've been in business less than 5 years now and getting recognition for our success is a testament for offering outstanding products, excellent customer service and great teamwork,” Ihlenfeld says.

“It is both exciting and rewarding to be a part of a growing organization. I work with some of the most hardworking and passionate individuals. Receiving this award is a humbling reminder that our teamwork, passion and dedication towards the brand and company is truly coming together. It serves as motivation to keep moving forward and achieve great things as a team”, Carolina Correa says.

 

Carolina Correa and Mathias Ihlenfeld


A family owned and operated business, woom bikes USA has grown 300% year after year. In 2018, woom moved its Austin headquarters into a new, 10,000-square-foot showroom and sizing studio.


woom’s high-quality, lightweight bikes make riding easy to learn and easy to enjoy for children of all ages; models range in size from balance bikes designed for the smallest of riders to pedal bikes for young teens.   

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