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Veronica Eyenga, Discusses Current Economic Climate in the 2009 Minority Business Edition of the Baltimore Business Journal

06-19-2009 01:56 PM CET | Advertising, Media Consulting, Marketing Research

Press release from: VBP OutSouring

Glen Burnie, MD (June 17 2009) – Interviewed and featured in the 2009 Minority Business edition of the Baltimore Business Journal, President and CEO Veronica Eyenga, discusses how she has kept her business, VBP OutSourcing, afloat in the current economic climate.

As the current state of the economy has affected the majority of minority business, Eyenga has turned to new avenues for growth and expansion. One aspect has been to certify VBP OutSourcing as a Minority Business Enterprise. Eyenga explains “It wasn’t until last year, when the economy really started to hit, that we proactively said, ‘OK, let’s take the time to finish the application.’” Eyenga continues, “When it’s 100 pages deep and business was still flourishing, it wasn’t the right time.”

Veronica Eyenga also plans to grow her business by creating multi-platform marketing campaigns while implementing promotional packages that bundle multiple projects together including logos, business cards, brochures and websites.

Eyenga concluded the interview by recommending other small businesses and fellow uncertified MBE’s to take the time to register for minority certification in an attempt to bid on government contracts.

VBP OutSourcing was founded in 1997 and has stayed fairly consistent with regard to annual revenues from 2007 to 2008. VBP OutSourcing is a diverse group of professionals with a unique mindset that delivers results. The VBP team provides integrated creative and financial business solutions with a partnership approach.


Brooks Perry
(410) 590-5000

VBP Outsourcing is a full-service marketing and accounting firm located in Glen Burnie, Maryland. We specialize in providing intergrated creative and financial business solutions with a custimzed, partnership approach.

7310 Ritchie Hwy
Glen Burnie, MD 21061

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