A central feature of Integron's value proposition is our ability to help our partners meet the socio-economic goals encouraged by the federal government.

Integron is a small, minority- and veteran-owned business.  In addition, the U.S. Small Business Administration has certified Integron as a Small Disadvantaged Business and as a participant in the 8(a) Small Business Development Program.

In recognition of the economic power of multicultural businesses, DiversityBusiness.com, the nation's leading multicultural internet site, recently named Integron within the top 20 of the “Top 100 Diversity Owned” businesses in the state of New Hampshire (Div100)." This is the second year in a row Integron has been so recognized.

The 2009 Div100 is the 9th annual listing of the New Hampshire’s top 100 diversity-owned businesses. The companies listed on the Div100 represent the New Hampshire’s top multicultural earners and challenge the long-held notion that a diversity-owned business is small or insignificant. Div100 members are sought after by major corporations wishing to increase spending with diversity owned companies.

Along with the benefits gained with regard to these socio-economic goals, businesses that work with Integron know they are contributing to both regional and national economic growth built on the great tradition of small and diverse business excellence in the United States.

According to Integron’s President and CEO, Steven J. Negrón, “Small businesses have and always will be the heart and soul of this nation’s Industrial Base. Small businesses create two out of every three new jobs and account for nearly half of America's overall employment. They create new opportunities, especially for women and minorities. Women own more than a quarter of all businesses, and the number of women-owned businesses is growing. Hispanic Americans are opening their own businesses at a rate three times the national average.