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Bilingual Familia is small business 'rock star'
Cheyenne Willis-Kozaily of Bilingual Familia represented her company at the awards ceremony. - photo by Photo provided.

Bilingual Familia Consulting and International School recently received an honorable mention in Georgia’s first “Small Business Rock Stars” competition, a new program representing the first-ever collaboration of the Georgia Economic Developers Association and the Georgia Department of Economic Development.
The program recognizes outstanding, unique and impactful small businesses in Georgia.
The companies thay received awards and honorable mentions were recognized Monday in Atlanta at a ceremony attended by Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle. Bilingual Familia Consulting and International School was represented by founder and CEO Cheyenne Willis-Kozaily.  
“These awards recognize the fact that, with 95 percent of Georgia’s businesses employing under 50 people, small business is clearly big business in Georgia,” GDED Commissioner Chris Cummiskey said.  
Nominated companies represent fields ranging from information technology and healthcare to racing and restaurants. Six companies were named winners, and four companies received honorable mentions.
“It’s important to honor companies whose best practices help set the state apart as a nurturing environment for small business,” GEDA President Mike Pennington said.
Bilingual Familia offers linguistics services including group language classes, private language coaching in 13 languages, translation/interpretation services and Raising Little Lingüists consultations, in which any family can become and stay bilingual.

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