Our company was started in 2005 by a corporate paralegal who was asked to assist her sister with spill-over work from her law practice. Through word-of- mouth a steady clientele was built and we started doing business as Global Corporate Services.
Our core team consists of:
Managing Partner/Director of Business Development
Small Business Corporate Services came about as a direct response to the need for corporate services that extended beyond the filing of the certificate of incorporation. After our first client came to us in 2005 with an incomplete corporate kit seeking guidance on what to do next, it didn’t take long for us to identify a niche for our services. After 5 years of operating on a limited basis as Global Corporate Services, we decided it was time to offer our services to existing small businesses and start-up ventures on a full-time basis, and so we changed our DBA to Small Business Corporate Services for better alignment with our target market.
Our Mission is to ease the anxieties associated with starting a business and to educate small business owners on the value and importance of maintaining their corporate formalities.
Small Business Corporate Services, was founded on the premise that every company no matter how small should be taught how to maintain their corporate formalities. We believe that by making our services available and affordable to start-up companies and existing small businesses, we are providing an excellent foundation for these companies to manage their regulatory filings and remain in good standing.
Dosmine Palmer-Alexis is the founder and Managing Partner of Small Business Corporate Services (“SBCS”) (www.sbcsny.com), and Atlanta Workforce Alliance, Inc. (“AWA”).
Small Business Corporate Services is a paralegal services company that provides individuals and small business owners with startup consultation, incorporation and business registration services, business development and compliance services and other regulatory and document preparation services. Atlanta Workforce Alliance, Inc., is a not-for-profit training center that is geared toward training low-skilled, displaced workers for placement into jobs that pay sustainable wages.
With strong experience in corporate and regulatory business practices, employee training and development, Dosmine’s career spans over 15 years as a Corporate Paralegal and Human Resources Specialist working for multinational corporations including Colgate-Palmolive Company and AIG.
In addition to being a Business Development Consultant, Dosmine is a NCCER Certified Core Curriculum Instructor with over seven years’ experience helping unskilled workers qualify for jobs in the construction industry.
Over the years, Dosmine has served as committee member for the Women’s Presidents’ Educational Organization NY/NJ Chapter for the certification of Minority Owned Business. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Allen Shaw Foundation, Inc., a not-for-profit organization that provides educational services to children in Jamaica.
In 2012, her humanitarian services earned her a Community Service Award from the City of New York, for services rendered to the International Humanitarian Outreach Ministries, Inc., the organizers of the Annual Interfaith Memorial Service for Haiti’s earthquake victims.
Dosmine earned a B.A. in Organizational Development and Communications from New York University and an AAB in Hotel and Restaurant Management from Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio. She also completed Masters' courses in Labor and Industrial Relations at Cornell University to under-gird her HR knowledge. She is a NCCER Certified Instructor, a Certified Substitute Teacher in Gwinnett County, an ABA Certified Paralegal and a Notary Public in the State of Georgia.