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BlackLine CEO Therese Tucker wins STEVIE AWARD for Entrepreneur of the Year

Therese Tucker, CEO and founder of BlackLine Inc, was named ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ at the 16th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business during November 2019 in New York City 

Ms. Tucker was recognised for building BlackLine into a market leader and becoming one of the first female tech company founders to take her company public – with nearly 2,900 global customers and almost 245,000 Finance & Accounting professionals around the world relying on BlackLine to streamline and automate their financial close and other key accounting processes.

The Stevie® Awards for Women in Business are the world's premier business awards for female entrepreneurs, executives, employees and the organisations they run.  This year’s Stevie Awards programme received more than 1,500 entries from individuals and organisations around the world.

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