SBA Names Alluvionic State of Florida Woman-Owned Small Business Person of the Year

In 2013, Wendy Romeu founded Alluvionic, a company that specializes in project management, process improvement, and engineering solutions for clients including Google and the Orange County Clerk of Courts.

Alluvionic, named for the process of increasing land through the natural flow of water, helps companies facing a troubled project set up processes to make the project a success.

Since Alluvionic’s inception, the company has experienced rapid growth. Alluvionic now employs 18 people and, in just three short years, has more than doubled its office space.

Alluvionic is guided by the philosophy of doing the right things for the right reason, something near and dear to Romeu’s heart. As one of Brevard County’s most successful women entrepreneurs, Romeu understands the importance of giving back. She is actively involved with a number of business and professional organizations across Central Florida. Since inception, Alluvionic has donated to several organizations, contributing more than $30,000 and approximately 1,800 service hours.

As a testament to her success, Romeu was named the 2019 Woman-Owned Small Business Person of the Year for the state of Florida by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

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It is an honor to accept this prestigious SBA award. I appreciate the support that Alluvionic has received from the Florida SBDC at UCF and weVENTURE. This support has enabled our success and our future growth. I am truly grateful to receive the award and privileged to represent the state of Florida.”

Wendy Romeu, Founder — Alluvionic