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Harvard Business Services, Inc. is celebrating its 35th anniversary on March 2, 2016 and we are so proud to share this prestigious moment with you.
Our clients are the reason for our success, as over 50% of our business comes from returning clients and referrals. Harvard Business Services, Inc. is the third largest incorporator in the state of Delaware, with over 54,000 current clients.
We are thrilled and honored to have helped form more than 140,000 companies for customers since our start-up in 1981.
Richard (Rick) Bell, Chairman & CEO says, “It has been a dream come true to see such fantastic growth in the company that I started in the basement of my home 35 years ago. I can’t thank my team enough for the job they do every day.”
Harvard now employs 30 full-time people in its Delaware office, and eight of them have been with the company for more than 10 years. We have a deep bench with unmatched expertise in Delaware formations, Delaware Franchise Tax and internet marketing. We have carefully built this team in order to excel at customer service, a lost art in many service companies today.
In 2015, Harvard had the best year in its history, helping to form 14,459 new companies for our clients from across the United states and all around the world.
Michael Bell, Vice President and Director of Marketing, states, “2015 was a terrific year for us here at Harvard, and we look forward to another outstanding year in 2016. January 2016 was the best single month in the history of the company.”
So here’s to you, our customers, for helping us become Delaware’s Premier Formation Specialists since 1981. We are so pleased and proud you trust us with your businesses, and we look forward to serving you as well as our new clients for many more years to come.
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