Victoria Marquard Schultz/OxyGo Announced as winner in 2020 Smart 50 Awards.
The Smart 50 Awards, presented by Smart Business, honor the top 50 executives in the Greater Cleveland region
Westlake, OH. – October 30th, 2020 – OxyGo LLC, a leader in lightweight portable oxygen concentrators, announced in a virtual ceremony that Victoria Marquard-Schultz, OxyGo’s CEO, was named a Smart 50 winner by Smart Business Magazine for the second year in a row. The Smart 50 Awards presented by Smart Business honor the top executives of the region’s smartest 50 companies for their ability to effectively build and lead successful organizations.
“The only thing better than winning a Smart 50 is winning twice. I am truly honored to be among this prestigious group. With COVID-19 our team and providers have had to find new ways to safely and effectively adapt to an ever-changing world. Receiving this award wouldn’t have been possible without the great relationship that we have with the providers we work with. Our team and providers are one of a kind and this is truly a reflection of how amazing they are,” said Victoria Marquard-Schultz, CEO, OxyGo, LLC.
The OxyGo Family of portable oxygen concentrators (POCs) are designed to keep oxygen patients going. An OxyGo POC is a lightweight medical device that can make the medical oxygen doctors prescribe from the air around you. With an OxyGo POC, patients never need to worry about running out of oxygen and carrying heavy tanks. As a leader in the portable oxygen concentrator market, OxyGo recently launched new units with Bluetooth connectivity that provides real-time monitoring that will aid in concentrator health checks, preventative maintenance, and geo-locating of patients’ POCs. Both providers and patients will be able to check battery life, column life, oxygen purity and more.
OxyGo is noted for providing high quality home healthcare oxygen products and has been rated as the industry’s best POC—ahead of all competitors the last four years in a row and established itself as a leader of portable oxygen concentrators in North America.