Kevin Ford & Stephanie Moyer/Insperity
More than 28 years ago, Insperity CEO Paul Sarvadi envisioned making business owners’ lives easier by taking HR and administrative burdens off their plates. So he decided to start a company with little more than 600 square feet of space and one telephone. Since then, Insperity has grown into a $2.3 billion debt-free company with 57 offices nationwide as a result of helping clients reach their goals.
Their business model is simple. They’re dedicated to helping businesses succeed by taking care of the things that could be distracting you from the bigger picture. They do this by helping you control expenses, minimize risk exposure, and maximize your opportunities for revenue generation. Through their flagship HR service, Insperity Workforce Optimization, they help you tackle healthcare reform. They also provide everything you need to grow your business, from large company benefits to payroll processing, while managing employer liability and compliance issues.
David Wilkins/Maid Right of Duluth
Maid Right of Duluth is a different type of home cleaning service. One big difference is that the Maid Right of Duluth cleaners are not hourly workers – they are the business owners. Take comfort in knowing the same reliable and trustworthy cleaning crew will clean on each visit. At Maid Right of Duluth, they customize a house cleaning plan to fit their clients’ unique needs and busy lifestyle. Personal attention to detail, a thorough cleaning regimen, and a commercially-tested process translates into superior maid services for your home. Maid Right of Duluth is proud to be a certified Trust Dale company
Sean George/Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce is to strengthen existing businesses, facilitate the growth of quality job opportunities, and enrich the community’s quality of life.
The Gwinnett Chamber serves over 2,000 members throughout metro Atlanta by delivering pertinent and useful programs that strengthen and connect businesses locally, regionally, and globally. The Gwinnett Chamber uses its strategic marketing and communications capabilities to support its members, promote its programs, and enhance economic development efforts.