Promoting Service, Generosity and Local Development
Cetan Corp is proud to serve as an engine for economic growth and job creation. Cetan Corp President & CEO, Brad Scott, is personally involved in Entrepreneur Mentoring for Military Service Personnel and is a founding member of the Chesapeake Technology Business Consortium.
At Cetan Corp, we understand the importance of giving back to our community. We provide financial support to community-based charitable organizations including the Korean War Veterans Association, Hampton Roads American Indian Festival, Hospice, American Legion, and Boys & Girls Club, which help enrich and empower those in need in areas throughout the United States where Cetan Corp team members live and work.
Commitment to Community
As an example of our focus on building and enhancing the community in which we live and work, Cetan Corp sponsors Service Days that allow employees to take paid leave to contribute their personal expertise to assist charities of their choosing.
In addition, Cetan Corp’s President & CEO served as President of the local Entrepreneurs’ Organization chapter, and is currently an active Board Member. Entrepreneurs’ Organization is comprised of 8,000+ business owners in 122 chapters and 35 countries. The organization enables business owners to learn from each other, leading to greater business success and enriched community engagement. The Entrepreneurs’ Organization boasts an active membership of 52 entrepreneurs, whose business endeavors collectively generate $1.9 billion of revenue annually within the Hampton Roads region and provide over 3,800 jobs to area residents. In addition, Cetan Corp’s President & CEO spearheaded the recent launch of a formal Entrepreneurs’ Organization Mentorship Program. This program provides a formal structure for seasoned entrepreneurs to mentor post start-up entrepreneurs to help them grow business revenues to $1 million and beyond.
Commitment to Country
In addition to helping a multitude of local organizations, Cetan Corp has provided skilled resources to support charitable efforts in other areas of the state. This work includes Program Management support for the Northern Shenandoah Valley Korean War Veterans Association in their efforts to build a memorial to honor local veterans who served in the Korean War, as well as fundraising consultation to the City of Winchester in its efforts to build a local skate park to provide youths with a safe environment to engage in positive outdoor activities.
Cetan Corp contributes to 501c(3) organizations. To learn more about Cetan Corp social responsibility efforts, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877.423.8260 to speak with a Cetan Corp representative. We will respond as quickly as possible to all received inquiries.