Miami, FL: Key Lime Interactive and its CEO Ania Rodriguez have been recognized by The Commonwealth Institute and Kaufman Rossin as one of the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Florida. The awards ceremony took place at the Hyatt Regency Miami, and celebrated the achievements of women who are leading the charge to the top of their industries in companies across the state.This year marks the 4th time the Key Lime Interactive has received this recognition.

“It is an honor to be part of a community of such accomplished women leaders who have built, innovated, grown, and led these extraordinary companies. The award this year is especially meaningful as we have all navigated through unprecedented circumstances surrounding the global pandemic that has long impacted people and businesses everywhere,” said Ania Rodriguez, founder and CEO of Key Lime Interactive and JourneyTrack.

In addition to revenue, this year’s judging criteria included factors like innovation, customer service, diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as employee programs. The winning companies were chosen throughout the entire state of Florida. See the detailed results here.


About Key Lime Interactive

Key Lime Interactive (KLI) is a Customer Experience (CX) and User Experience (UX) research, strategy and design services agency focused on helping companies take a human-first approach to building better brand experiences, products and services. Key Lime’s UX experts provide actionable insights for every industry sector to help their growing list of Fortune 100 clients understand and effectively engage their customers. Ultimately, KLI empowers teams to use consumer insights and user experience data at all phases of product development, from strategy to implementation. The company’s experts share the true perspective of a client’s target users to help them design exceptional consumer-driven solutions. Research studies are delivered with KLI’s proprietary Inclusivity IndexTM report that makes it easy to identify how studies meet broad inclusivity goals to build a more inclusive brand, product, or service.