Hackensack, New Jersey June 19, 2020 – CQ fluency was inducted as a National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) official Corporate Plus® member with supporting sponsorship from Anthem. The NMSDC Corporate Plus program is an ‘unprecedented’ program for minority businesses of the ‘highest caliber’, raising the prominence of minority businesses across America. The Corporate Plus program was established to facilitate requests from corporate members to bridge connections with minority suppliers.
CQ fluency is a certified minority-owned business (MBE) by the NMSDC since 2009. President and CEO of CQ fluency, Elisabete Miranda, is a former board member as well as a former MBEIC Committee Co-Chair. As an MBE, CQ fluency is part of a powerful network of minority businesses directly impacting economic growth in the United States.
The Corporate Plus® status acknowledges CQ fluency’s proven capacity to fulfill national contracts and underscores a commitment to diversity by proactively identifying and building relationships with certified small and minority owned businesses. Upon award of membership, Elisabete said, “All of us at CQ fluency thank NMSDC for the recognition and Anthem not only for the nomination but also for being such an important client of ours for several years.”
CQ fluency is a language services company that specializes in culturally relevant translations for life science and healthcare in over 170 languages. We translate meaning and feeling of messages to facilitate real connections and true cultural understanding between people who don’t speak the same language. More about CQ fluency can be found on our website at www.CQfluency.com.
The National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. established in 1973, is a vital link between major corporations and minority business enterprises (MBEs). Each year, member corporations have reported billions of dollars spent with Council- certified Minority Business Enterprises. Serving the United States, The Council is one of the 23 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. for more information about NMSDC visit NMSDC.org