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Esolvit, Inc. Wins National Minority Professional Services Firm of the Year Award.
The MBDA National Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Awards are the highest level of national recognition that a U.S. minority-owned firm can receive by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Esolvit, Inc. has been selected as the 2020 Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA’s) 2020 Minority Professional Services Firm of the Year Award from the U.S. Department of Commerce. The award is presented to a minority-owned firm that has achieved outstanding success in professional, scientific, and/or technical services.
Esolvit Inc., is an Austin, Texas-based IT Services and Solutions Company serving local and nationwide clients for over Thirteen (13) years, Esolvit’s mission is to cultivate long lasting partnerships, exceed customers’ expectations and deliver high quality Information Technology Services and Solutions on time, every time.
“Today we received this great news of winning this award. I am so thankful and looking forward to share our happiness with my family of USPAACC,” Usha Boddapu, CEO Esolvit, Inc.
The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC) is congratulating Usha Boddapu, CEO/Founder of Esolvit Inc., Sri Rao Boddapu, COO/Co-Founder of Esolvit Inc. and the whole team of Esolvit, Inc. Well-deserved and well-earned, Esolvit! USPAACC looks forward to celebrating your achievement with MBDA this fall.
Usha and Esolvit’s work with USPAACC show that small and minority business are the backbone of the U.S. economy. Businesses like Esolvit create two thirds of net new jobs, while driving innovation, pushing competition, and creating economic growth. We know it is your hard work, dedication and perseverance that drive the success. The Pan Asian American community is grateful for your contributions to the vitality of the economy and quality of American Life.
USPAACC is excited for Esolvit; we know Usha and her organization will continue to deliver the excellence that won her this honor. Congratulations Esolvit!
Since 1969, the U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) has been instrumental in fostering the growth and global competitiveness of the Nation’s minority-owned businesses. From an estimated 300,000 minority-owned firms in 1969 to more than eleven million today, MBDA has led the way in gaining public recognition of the achievements and economic contributions of minority-owned firms.
The MBDA National Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Awards are the highest level of national recognition that a U.S. minority-owned firm can receive by the U.S. Department of Commerce. These prestigious awards, bestowed during MED Week, celebrate the outstanding achievements of minority entrepreneurs, as well as the individuals and organizations that have demonstrated their commitment to advancing minority business enterprises.
“In the unprecedented times our nation is facing during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Minority Business Development Agency will continue the tradition of commemorating the 2020 National MED Week, in a series of virtual events of” MBDA“.
MBDA will honor the Awardees during the 2020 National Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week being held on September 14-19, 2020. The conference will be held virtually, and each award winner will be featured in a “How I Did It” interview series.
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