- Aug. 23, 2019
-- The beginning of 2019 have sparked a period of tremendous growth for Kambrian Corporation, as various expansion-focused initiatives have come into momentum. Kambrian has nationwide coverage servicing federal agencies like Veterans Affair with national presence since 2010. Kambrian has taken steps towards expanding and prioritizing top cities and states in the US. One of our first stops is the City of New York, notably one of the largest cities in the world and with high potential to benefit from our software and hardware portfolio and competitive pricing on a federal and commercial level.
Kambrian's M/WBE Certificate number MWCERT2018-1892 will be active for the next two years and is up for renewal on December 31st
, 2021. In order to obtain this certificate, Kambrian was responsible for meeting criteria and requirements set forth by the M/WBE Program at the New York City Department of Small Business Services. The certification was signed by Greg Bishop, the Commissioner of new York and Bill De Blesio, the city's Mayor. New York Cityis dedicated to increasing Supplier Diversity because it supports the City's commitment to encourage a competitive and diverse New York City business environment. A diverse supplier base helps spark innovation, strengthen engagement, and drives continuous improvement.
In response to the company's expansion achievements, Kambrian Corporation's CEO, Cathy Hsieh, has recently stated, "Expansion, in every form, has continuously been part of Kambrian's vision. I do not intend on putting the business on the market once a certain point of revenue and profits have been reached, but rather I aim to expand the business beyond imaginable limits – out of California and into other national states, and later even expand on an international scale. We have the passion and know-how to compete globally." Ms. Hsieh is committed and convinced in Kambrian's capacity to compete with competitors of all sizes and structures at a national and international level. Apart from acquiring this certification in the City of New York, Kambrian has also acquired similar certifications (DBE or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise) in the states of California, Florida, Illinois, Georgia, and Texas, and intends to later expand into other cities like Chicago and Houston.
Even this early into the game, Kambrian has already been accepting solicitation requests from the City of New York and has placed bids for brands, such as Entrust DataCard and Viewsonic. Kambrian aims to take this opportunity to gain momentum and increase our volume of bid requests from New York City by 20-30% during the next two months. We are excited to continue developing relationships with our fellow NYC federal customers. Get your latest Kambrian's news in the next press release.