Minority-owned Ennis Partner Mozaic Recognized by DFLI
Mozaic, a minority-owned, full service document management company founded through a partnership of Boddie Documents and Ennis Inc., was recently recognized by Delaware Financial Literacy Institute (DFLI). Owner Dan Boddie was selected from a pool of applicants as one of the first participants of the Center for Business Growth, a program that gives opportunities to minority and/or women-owned businesses.
Mike Magill, executive vice president of Ennis Inc. and Terry Pennington, vice president of sales at Ennis Inc., attended the Center for Business Growth grand opening in support of Boddie, who took note of the challenges small businesses face when trying to land contracts with large companies. Boddie noted that through his partnership with Ennis, Mozaic is better positioned to provide printing and document services to larger customers.
"Our unique partnership with Dan offers customers the minority-owned creative solution aspect of Boddie Documents along with the national industry footprint of Ennis," Pennington said.
Boddie's partnership with Ennis dates back to 2010, when Ennis recognized Mozaic as a successful business model and decided to support the startup. For more information about Mozaic, visit gomozaic.com. For more information about Ennis, go to www.ennis.com.