CCI Direct Mail Certified as a Disability Owned Business

CCI Direct Mail has announced that it has been certified by the Disability:IN International Certification Board as a Disability Owned Business (DOBE).

Disability:IN certification is a coveted designation for businesses owned by persons with disabilities in the United States. This rigorous certification process requires a combination of screenings, interviews and site visits. Upon completing, meeting, and passing the exam as part of the certification process, this award demonstrates that CCI Direct Mail meets the requirements to do business with large corporations and local, state, and federal departments as a minority business. .

“It is an honor to be certified as a Disability-Owned Business and CCI is proud to be part of the network of Certified Disability-Owned Businesses,” said Joseph Pisano, CEO of CCI Direct Mail . Our company has been a disadvantaged company. since opening its doors in 1992, and it’s exciting to now have official DOBE certification behind our name.

Steve Schuman, COO of CCI Direct Mail, says: “Being recognized as a Disabled Business Entity will allow CCI to grow in many ways, as many businesses are looking for an opportunity to partner with businesses owned by minorities and some are even mandated to do so.. As a DOBE certified entity, CCI now meets the requirements of these companies and offers them the opportunity to partner with a reputable and experienced company in the field of direct mail. .

CCI will now have various opportunities to engage in a wide range of networking opportunities with other minority businesses as well as corporate members. Certification provides exposure to more than 10,000 other minority businesses across the United States to engage in business opportunities and form partnership relationships, strategic alliances, or joint ventures to succeed.

Source: CCI direct mail

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