Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) certification for Creole Solutions

Creole Solutions, a leading provider of Haitian Creole language services, is pleased to announce its recent Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) certification. Granted by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), the certification recognizes businesses that are at least 51% owned and operated by members of minority groups. Applicants must undergo a rigorous screening process to qualify. 

As a woman-owned business exclusively specializing in Haitian Creole language services, Creole Solutions plays a crucial role in elevating the standing of Haitian Creole on a worldwide scale. Founded as a one-person business over 15 years ago, the company has grown into a widely recognized provider of qualified translation and interpretation in a number of fields. Under the capable management of Marleen Julien, the Creole Solutions team has successfully localized major social media sites and corporate websites. 

Growing demand for professional Haitian Creole language services

Holders of MBE certification have access to supplier diversity programs established by large corporations that commit a portion of their spending to minority suppliers. Since the political turmoil in Haiti has caused a jump in the number of Haitian immigrants in the U.S., the demand for professional Haitian Creole language services has grown significantly. The language is now the third most common tongue spoken in Florida and ranks in sixth place among the top ten languages in New York state.

In addition to translation and interpreting, Creole Solutions is offering consulting services for small and mid-sized employers of Haitian workers to assist with communicating workplace matters such as occupational safety. The company has built a strong reputation for its handling of video materials for on-the-job training.

“The MBE certification aligns with our mission to provide language access to underserved communities and underscore the importance of Haitian Creole in international communications,” says owner Marleen Julien, She hopes the new certification status will enable the company to forge partnerships with organizations that value exceptional translation services. “Our goal is to overcome language barriers and build connections that respect and honor the cultural heritage of the Haitian people.”

About Creole Solutions

Established to meet the growing demand for qualified Haitian Creole translations, Creole Solutions offers its varied client base a skilled team based in the U.S., Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. Certified by both the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the company’s language services capture the nuances and idioms of Haitian Creole to elevate its standing and open up new opportunities.

For more information, contact:

Marleen Julien, Founder & CEO

Creole Solutions

Phone: +1-312-646-0704

Emai: marleen@creolesolutions.com 

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