A New Chapter Begins at VincentBenjamin
Successful entrepreneurs not only have a plan for starting a business, they have a plan for leaving the business too.
Ben Howard and Vincent Dorazio are executing on that strategy with Dorazio exiting the company effective April 29th, 2016.
“We always knew one of us would get a chance to sit on a beach before the other,” said Howard. “We’ve grown faster than we could have ever imagined over the last seven years, driven by the phenomenally talented folks who call VB home and our customers who trust in us to assist them in always fielding the very best team. Vince and I will be working together behind the scenes as necessary to ensure a seamless transition over the next six months.”
Business will continue to operate as usual with no major restructuring and full-control of the company staying within the founder’s hands.
While VincentBenjamin is sad to lose the expertise Dorazio brought to the back office of the business, the firm is excited to announce the promotion of Mary Centric CPA to Vice President of Finance and Operation. Mary Centric has been with VincentBenjamin for four years and brings over 14 years of experience to her new role.
VincentBenjamin began as a fledgling start –up by two friends and former co-workers, and grew despite a major recession, to become one of the premiere Finance, Accounting and IT staffing firms in the Southwest. For the past three years the firm has been on Inc. 5000 and was named by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as a best place to work. The company was also awarded an ACE Award as one of the fastest growing Arizona companies by the Phoenix Business Journal.
Launched in 2009 from a small office in Orange County, CA VincentBenjamin has added additional locations in Phoenix, Los Angeles and Denver with plans to open two additional offices in the next 18 months.