Two websites operated by the Secretary of State’s Office have earned top awards in creativity and digital communication. Y’all Business, www.yallbusiness.sos.ms.gov, took home a 2017 Platinum dotComm award, and Charities Online earned a Gold. dotComm Awards is an international competition administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals. Y’all Business, Mississippi’s resource for free economic development information, relaunched in April 2017 with new data and features. The Charities Division completed its process to move all registration forms online. More than 3,700 charities are registered in Mississippi, and more than 4,100 charities have filed exemption paperwork. Pictured with the awards are, from left, Cindy Sumrall, Jessica Thornton, Libby Cajoleas, Tanya Webber, Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, Earnest Hart, Tom Riley, Charlie Case.
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