About the business:
After losing her job at a Fortune 500 company in 1998, Veronica Edwards founded InGenesis with the idea that she'd provide staffing services to telecommunications companies. Edwards soon predicted a telecommunications implosion and immediately began researching other industries. As a result, she shifted InGenesis' focus from telecommunications to health care and soon landed her first big client: the Mayo Clinic.
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