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Episode 04 – Certification Matters for Women and Minority Business Owners

Tanya Isley

Heather Cox, president, Certify My Company

Heather Cox, Certify My Company

Governments and corporations throughout the U.S. often set aside a certain percentage of their contract budgets for minority- and women-owned businesses. However, there’s often a requirement that these businesses be certified as minority and/or women-owned. Heather Cox, the co-founder and president of Certify My Company, discusses what certification is, the process to get certified and the advantages and benefits of certification. 

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