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Anthro-Tech certified by the New York State Department of Economic Development

Suzanne Boyd teaches a class at Anthro-Tech in Seattle.

I’m proud to announce that Anthro-Tech has recently received certification as a Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) by the New York State Department of Economic Development.

The Empire State Development's Division of Minority and Women's Business aims to increase equity and foster participation by minorities and women in public contracting and procurement. New York has the highest contracting goal for minority- and women-owned businesses in the country, thanks to an initiative by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2014 that set a state contracting utilization goal of 30 percent. We’re thrilled about the opportunity to partner with New York departments and agencies.

You will soon be able to confirm our listing in the New York State's Directory of Certified Businesses online.

NAICS 541511: Web (I.E., Internet) Page Design Services, Custom
NAICS 541611: General Management Consulting Services
NAICS 541611: Strategic Planning Consulting Services
NAICS 541720: business research and development services
NAICS 541720: cognitive research and development services
NAICS 541910: marketing research services
NAICS 611430: professional and management development training

Anthro-Tech serves many organizations in the government sector. We’re very proud of our contributions and of the reputation our team has built for excellent user research, user-centered design, and digital strategy in the technology industry.

This certification allows New York State agencies and prime contractors to count our work together toward their diversity goals. We’re excited to continue making an impact with our current government clients on challenging projects, and we can’t wait to build relationships with new partners throughout New York State.

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  2. Accessibility is a shared responsibility