“We look forward to all of the set-aside opportunities this certification will offer," Julie Irvin, Founder and President of Keystone Resources said.
(PRWEB) April 10, 2012
Houston, TX: Keystone Resources received its Women-Owned Small Business certification in the following categories: graphic design services; website design and development; marketing and consulting services; printing; business support services; software application training.
“We look forward to all of the set-aside opportunities this certification will offer," Julie Irvin, Founder and President of Keystone Resources said. “We will continue our commitment to creating marketing collateral that generates results. With this certification we expect to build new relationships, expand our client base, and help contribute to the success of Houston’s rapidly-growing economy.”
About Keystone Resources
Keystone Resources offers clients branding and logo development, tradeshow graphics and displays, presentations, and marketing collateral including website maintenance, design and development. Keystone Resources also provides procurement services including: proposal services, consulting and assisting other small businesses in securing government contracts. Keystone Resources holds more than five certifications that include the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) certification, HUB Certification by the State of Texas, and Small Business Enterprise (SBE) certification.
Keystone Resources is a woman-owned small business specializing in branding, marketing and proposal development. Its portfolio includes Xcution, Hunt Companies, Camp Construction, the United States Air Force, United States Army, Port Authority of San Antonio, Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance and our hometown Houston Astros.
About the Women-Owned Small Business Federal Contract Program
The U.S. Small Business Administration published a final rule effective February 4, 2011, aimed at expanding federal contracting opportunities for women-owned small businesses (WOSBs). In order to be eligible, a firm must be at least 51 percent owned and controlled by one or more women, primarily managed by one or more women and must be U.S. citizens. The firm must be “small” in its primary industry according to SBA’s size standards for that industry.