Confused about Business Certifications?  

Frequently, corporations and small business owners get confused when trying to certify their business. With hundreds of certifications available and each certification having different requirements, it's understandable why so many applicants get frustrated when doing-it-themselves. Speak with a Texas Certification Agency™ specialist regarding certifications for your business and end the confusion today. Schedule a Telephone-Based Consultation1.

Texas-Based Business

Learn about the most popular certifications for Texas-based companies:

Special Situations

Many Texas-based companies face "special situations" that may limit their opportunty to obtain business certification:

  • Home-Based Business
  • Business with Non-Active Owner
  • Company Owned by Another Company
  • Business Owner wtih Bad Credit
  • Defendant-Side Business Legal Issues
  • Fraud & Other Unethical Business Practices

  • Start-Up Business
  • Owner with Past Bankruptcy
  • Business Owner with Felony Convictions
  • Attorney & Accountant Clients
  • IRS Tax Liens & Delinquiencies
  • Texas Comptroller Franchise Tax Issues

  • Uninsured & Non-Bonded Business
  • Texas Military Forces & Veterans
  • Company Held in Trust
  • Franchises
  • Revocation of Licenses
  • Child Support Arrearages



With hundreds of certifications available throughout the United States, it's important to choose the right certification for your business objectives outside the state of Texas. Speak with a Texas Certification Agency™ Specialist and learn how the industry works and what you are doing before sitting through classes, paying fees, and compiling paperwork.

Certifications for Non-U.S. Citizens

As an nation of immigrants, non-U.S. citizens and foreign-based owners are eligible for business certification too:

United States Diversity Programs

Discuss your business objectives by speaking with a Texas Certification Agency™ specialist. Schedule a Telephone-Based Consultation1.

  • Customer Loyalty & Marketing
  • U.S. Federal Government
  • State of Texas
  • Texas Cities & Municipalities

Starting a Supplier & Customer Diversity Program for your Organization

Learn how the supplier and customer diversity industry works for the following relationships:

  • Government Contractors: Soliciting & Awarding Sub-Contracts to Women, Minority, and Veteran Owned Businesses.
  • Business-to-Business: Reserving Procurement Opportunities for Minorities, Women, and Veteran Owned Businesses.
  • Business-to-Consumer: Developing Customer Loyalty Based Upon Your Company's Ownership Structure.

DISCLAIMER: Texas Certification Agency™ is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice. If you require legal advice, please contact an attorney.
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