uncertified, mature businesses to experience otherwise unattainable new growth. We can also help certified businesses plan changes of ownership–whether intergenerationally or by divestment–to avoid loss of existing certifications and thus business value. In short, if certification as a women-owned, minority-owned, or disadvantaged business is a good fit for your firm, Susan Billeaud can help you not only through the initial certification process but even more as you grow! (To learn more about the advantages and requirements of minority- and women-owned certification, please see our white paper, Perils and Pitfalls of Business Planning for WBE and MBE Certification.)
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