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Connecting as a Woman Owned Small Business

Since 1997 Intranet Communications Group (ICG) has made noteworthy accomplishments in the Telecommunications arena under founder Craig Blease. As of March 2017, Katherine Blease President and CEO of Intranet Communications Group is now majority shareholder of ICG and holding the designation of Woman Owned Small Business.

To continue to preserve the 20-year history and legacy, Katherine Blease will take the company’s evolution from a traditional structured cabling contractor to a Total Systems Solution Provider which will speak to vision and the mission of ICG.

This new branding project will display ICG as being proactive in creating innovative ideas to anticipated challenges while implementing the latest trends that are groundbreaking to the industry.

Introducing “ICG, we connect” tells our customers we value relationships and partnerships internally and externally as an efficient way to establish trustworthiness and new business.

During the course our company’s evolution, our technicians will undergo a continuing education program that will meet the needs of our current and future customers while maintaining efficiency.

Kathi BleaseConnecting as a Woman Owned Small Business

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