Tammy Cohen Awarded MBE Magazine's "WBEs Who Rock!" Award

ATLANTA, GA – July 11, 2016 – Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) Magazine has honored Tammy Cohen, Founder and CEO of InfoMart, with a “WBEs Who Rock!” award.

The 3rd annual award recognizes women who excel both in business and in their communities. Ms. Cohen was one of only fifteen women honored during the publication’s event at the annual Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) National Conference and Business Fair Reception, held in Orlando, Florida.

“MBE had so many incredible nominees for this award, and I’m honored to have been selected as a winner,” says Ms. Cohen. “As one of the few woman-owned businesses in the background screening industry, I hope that my story and InfoMart’s accomplishments can inspire other woman- and diversity-owned businesses to continue striving, advancing, and succeeding in the future.”

This award comes at a time when Ms. Cohen and InfoMart are focusing their efforts on providing supplier diversity to corporations across the globe. Concurrent with InfoMart’s WBENC-Certification and growing diversity recognition from prestigious organizations such as MBE, the company is improving its services and offerings with a new corporate website, a redesign and update of its proprietary legacy software, WebASAP, and an intuitive Individualized Assessment feature that streamlines adjudication and improves compliance.

Ms. Cohen adds the distinguished “WBEs Who Rock!” award to a growing collection of state and national honors recognizing her business and leadership contributions. She recently received an Enterprising Woman of the Year Award from Enterprising Women Magazine and the Gold Eclipse Award for Outstanding Company Culture from the National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC).

“MBE appreciates and recognizes our stories and successes, and provides a forum for us to encourage one another. Any minority entrepreneur with a dream can learn from our collective experiences, and it’s an honor to be able to share InfoMart’s story with so many amazing minority and women entrepreneurs.”

About Tammy Cohen, Founder & CEO of InfoMart
Tammy has been gathering hands-on, day-to-day experience in all aspects of business for more than 26 years. InfoMart is one of the largest background screening companies in the industry, is NAPBS accredited, and is a WBENC-Certified Woman-Owned Business. InfoMart and Tammy Cohen have been recognized numerous times by some of the world’s most respected organizations. InfoMart has been included on Security Magazine’s Security 500 list and Workforce Magazine’s “Hot” list for several consecutive years, and has won numerous “Best Place to Work” awards. Tammy Cohen has been honored for fostering outstanding corporate culture (NWBOC), for her leadership (MBE Magazine), and for her entrepreneurship (Enterprising Women Magazine).

About InfoMart
InfoMartInfoMart is a WBENC-Certified and 26-year strong industry leader in background screening that provides criminal histories, credit and driving records, previous employment and education verifications for companies nationwide. InfoMart is accredited by the National Association of Professional Background screeners (NAPBS), a designation earned by only 10% of the industry. A pioneer in developing innovative technology, InfoMart has also been recognized on Security Magazine’s Security 500 and Workforce Magazine’s Hot List of Professional Background Screeners. The company prides itself on its turnaround time, customer service expertise, technological innovation, and accurate reporting. For more information about InfoMart, please visit www.BackgroundScreening.com or call (770) 984-2727.

About MBE Magazine
Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) magazine is published bi-monthly by Enterprise Publishing Inc. and serves as a nationwide forum for minority and women business owners, corporations and government agencies concerned with minority and women business enterprise development. Founded in 1984 by Ginger Conrad, MBE magazine maintains a strong commitment to economic parity as a lasting solution to the ills of poverty and discrimination.

For additional information, please contact:
Courtney Gifford
(770)984-2727 ext. 1283