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Aundrea and family at the Cougar 100 Luncheon

CCI is a Top 100 fastest-growing business led by a UH Alumni 3 years straight!

Aundrea and Richard at the Cougar 100 Luncheon

CCI is a Top 100 fastest-growing business led by a UH Alumni 2 years straight!

Aundrea & some of her classmates at Harvard, June 2015.

Aundrea & some of her classmates at Harvard, June 2015.

Aundrea & Dr. Renu Khator

Aundrea & Dr. Renu Khator (President & Chancellor, University of Houston)

Aundrea & Dr. Latha Ramchand

Aundrea & Dr. Latha Ramchand (Dean, UH Bauer College of Business)

Aundrea & John Ryan

Aundrea & John Ryan (Development Officer, UH Bauer College of Business)

Aundrea & Tilman J. Fertitta

Aundrea & Tilman J. Fertitta, (CEO, Landry's Inc.)

Aundrea & Dona Storey (President/CEO, Quality. Technical Services, Inc.)

Aundrea & Mayor Annise Parker
Greater Houston Business Procurement Forum

Aundrea & Richard Young
GHP State of the State

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News & Recognition

June 2015

Aundrea Young, CEO and founder of Competitive Choice, Inc. attended Harvard Business School Executive Education Program during the month of June, 2015. The program allowed her to explore, analyze and absorb proven techniques that can help companies to avoid common pitfalls and establish companies on a firm footing to long term success. Read more about this on our blog.

Aundrea and her classmates at Harvard

October 2014

Our President & CEO, Aundrea Young, attended the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth Executive Education Program for Women Business Leaders.
"The Tuck-WBENC Executive Program: a week-long intensive executive development experience for WBENC-Certified WBEs beyond the startup phase that focuses on increasing the competitive advantage and robustness of their businesses. Brought to you by IBM." (WBENC Presidents Report--November, 2014)

Nov. 12, 2014
UPDATE: Competitive Choice, Inc. made the list of the inaugural Top Cougar 100 Companies. University of Houston's, "The Cougar", has a partnership with the Houston Business Journal, where a 16 page insert of the "Cougar 100" was included in the November 8th addition of the HBJ and distributed to Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin.

For more information, please refer to the following articles:

Exclusive: University of Houston to rank top business alumni

University of Houston Cougar 100

July 12, 2014
The CCI team participated in the Blacklight Run, which raised money to help benefit a local charity.

March 25, 2014
Mayor Annise Parker spoke at HCC West Loop during the Greater Houston Business Procurement Forum (GHBPF). She highlighted the positive impact HCC is making on small business in Houston and posed with small business owner, Aundrea Young of Competitive Choice.

Aundrea & Mayor Parker

March 2014
Competitive Choice partners with MSC Industrial Supply Co.

December 21, 2013
Competitive Choice held its second annual Christmas Party at Hotel Derek.

November 2013
Competitive Choice's CEO Aundrea Young was featured in her alma mater's, C.T. Bauer College of Business, magazine, Inside Bauer.

December 16, 2012
Competitive Choice will hold its first annual Christmas Party at Hotel ZaZa.

November 2012
Competitive Choice joins Greater Houston Partnership.

July 1, 2012
Competitive Choice, Inc. introduced its new e-commerce website. The website will provide customers with the ability to access products on-line and receive faster shipments.

January 1, 2012
Competitive Choice featured as a local success story in the SBA (Houston District) Small Business Resource.


July 1, 2013
Competitive Choice recognized by Valerie Jarret, Senior Advisor to President Obama as a Small Business Success Story.

February 3, 2011

Competitive Choice was one of six firms selected by NASA for award under a $49 million solicitation to perform general construction and repair work for minor projects at NASA facilities in Houston and in New Mexico.

The 8(a) multiple award indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts will cover construction, modification and repair work including architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil, structural, roofing, partial building renovations, building demolition and environmental support.

The work will be performed at Johnson Space Center, Ellington Field and the Sonny Carter Training Facility in Houston and the White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, N.M.