As an integrated marketing agency that emphasizes innovation, we recognize the value of diverse perspectives as a catalyst to think and achieve beyond the status quo.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
Sparxoo, an integrated marketing agency that specializes in branding and digital, announced today that it has received the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce’s (NGLCC) diversity certification as an LGBT business enterprise owned and operated business, which is part of the NGLCC’s Supplier Diversity Initiative (SDI) program.
Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the NGLCC is a not-for-profit advocacy group that is dedicated to expanding the economic opportunities and advancement of the LGBT business community. The certification program is one of NGLCC’s top initiatives to promote LGBT owned businesses, and enables certified businesses with opportunities to develop corporate relationships and build prospective business opportunities with leading global companies.
In order to become NGLCC certified, a business must be LGBT majority owned (at least 51%), and must complete a multi-step application process, which includes a company site visit and approval from a regional certification committee.
“The NGLCC certification reflects our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce. As an integrated marketing agency that emphasizes innovation, we recognize the value of diverse perspectives as a catalyst to think and achieve beyond the status quo,” said Sparxoo Founder and CEO, David Capece.
To learn more about the NGLCC certification, visit: http://www.nglcc.org/.
Sparxoo is a full-service integrated marketing agency specializing in branding and digital with offices in Tampa and Miami. The agency’s integrated approach fuses research, brand positioning, creative design, web and mobile development, marketing, and public relations to bring brands to life. Sparxoo designs award-winning campaigns to champion client brands, from startups to mid-market companies to Fortune 500 leaders. For more information, visit Tampa marketing agency.