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What is A Business Advantage

There are many opportunities for you to get a leg up on your competitors.  There are many programs at the national, state and local levels that your business may qualify for and gain a competitive edge. 

If your business happen to be minority owned, veteran owned or Service Disabled Veteran owned, you may qualify for preferential treatment that puts you at the head of the line when it comes to doing business with the government. 

You can also gain a advantage if you move your business to certain locations within a state.

How You Can Benefit From A Business Advantage

There are specific contracting opportunities set aside for minority owned, veteran owned and Service Disabled Veteran owned businesses and they are given preferential treatment in open competitive bidding. 

Relocating your business to a certain part of the state can bring lower tax benefits.  These zones are referred to as HUB Zones or Business Enterprise Zones.

If your business falls into one of the categories below you can utilize them to gain an advantage over your competitors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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