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ships. Their technology is a private label solution; they offer clients an opportunity to enhance their skills to open up greater opportunities. Upon completing an application with


Focus Solutions, there is an orientation and development courses that are heavily encouraged for individuals to take. One of the courses, the Focus Mind seminar is designed to create a two-seven year life plan to encourage individuals to work to- wards a goal. Stewart suggests that “by having a plan, we are better able to assist individuals in gaining long-term employ- ment.”


IncuBusiness was created as a model


for survival in a tough economy. “It’s about having hands on experience with real business owners by communicating and supporting each other,” says Stewart. By having businesses do business with each other, Stewart was able to create about $5 million in revenue in the first year. With an administration staff of ten peo-


ple who are all executives and a workforce of about two hundred, Focus Solutions as a company is still in its youth and has plenty of room to grow. The company as a whole has grown tremendously since its beginning in 2007 and has even had to limit its growth in order to provide the ad-


equate services needed to each individual. Zola Stewart serves on the boards of


the Cincinnati Regional Chamber of Commerce, African American Chamber of Commerce, NAACP, City of Cincinnati Job Creation Committee, Community


Based Re-entry Alliance of Southwest Ohio, and the Hamilton County Job Read- iness Committee. Focus Solutions, Inc. is an award winning company and has been recognized as one of the Top 40 Minority owned businesses in Cincinnati, Ohio.


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