Dhani Jones’ firm signs with Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator

Erin Caproni Cincinnati Business Courier
Former Cincinnati Bengal Dhani Jones’ company HYUR Staffing Services has joined the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator.

​Former Bengal Dhani Jones’ company HYUR Staffing Services has joined the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator.

Jones is the CEO of HYUR, which partners with organizations to provide opportunities for growth and improvement by placing qualified individuals with the appropriate employers. Its partners include Kroger Co., General Cable and Addison McKee.“Our success is indicated by clients that develop into partner clients,” said Ebow Vroom, president of HYUR. “HYUR can build even better relationships by working with MBA managers to tighten our corporate structure, business development process and growth strategy in the region.”
The Chamber’s MBA is focused on growing minority-owned businesses to increase their impact on the region through job creation and partnerships with local corporations. It has 30 portfolio firms and 40 goal-setters and is run by the nation’s fifth largest chamber of commerce that represents nearly 4,500 members.