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Warren Averett Makes 5-Year Commitment for Business Training, Counseling at WBCNA in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – The Women’s Business Center of North Alabama in Huntsville announced today that Warren Averett CPAs and Advisors has made a five-year commitment to support small business training and counseling services at the nonprofit organization.

As part of Warren Averett’s commitment, the firm has also joined WBCNA’s Society of 75. Last year, WBCNA assisted more than 2,100 people and held 81 business training sessions, a news release said.

“We continue to see increasing numbers of women and men seek our assistance in starting or growing a business,” said WBCNA President and CEO Joanne Randolph in a statement. “The Tennessee Valley is an ideal environment for entrepreneurism, particularly because so many established businesses continue to reinvest in the small business community.”

The partnership with Warren Averett, the largest CPA firm in Alabama, will expand WBCNA’s services and workshop offerings, Randolph said.

Ray White manages the Warren Averett office in Huntsville, which is one of seven locations across the state and 15 throughout the U.S.

February 25, 2014

Lucy Berry | By Lucy Berry |

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