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Concannon Miller Wins National Accounting Award for COVID-19 Resiliency

Posted by Concannon Miller on May 7, 2021 9:15:27 AM

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Concannon Miller Wins National Accounting Award for COVID-19 ResiliencyConcannon Miller is proud to announce it’s won a national accounting award from BDO Alliance USA.

The firm won the BDO Alliance USA’s COVID-19 Resiliency award in the small-to-midsize firm category. BDO Alliance USA is among the industry’s largest associations of accounting and professional service firms with more than 740 independent Alliance firm locations.

The COVID-19 Resiliency award recognizes firms’ achievements in 2020 in light of the global pandemic. While 2020 was a down year for many businesses, Concannon Miller set a firm revenue record, maintained all of its staff and underwent a successful merger.

“The award honors and is a testament to our incredible staff, who worked especially hard during this challenging year,” Concannon Miller President & COO Ted Witman said. “We are incredibly proud of the resiliency our team showed, which resulted in a very successful year.”

The award was announced at BDO Alliance USA’s 2021 Virtual Conference. The BDO Alliance Awards is an annual program that recognizes Alliance firms with outstanding business practices.

The COVID-19 Resiliency award recognized firms that showed resiliency, including crisis management and client service, and extra commitments to keeping their employees working, paid and safe during the pandemic. Learn more about the awards here.

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