Eric Rawn, right, chief executive officer of BCT Consulting, announces the acquisition of two San Francisco Bay Area companies that will allow the Fresno company to expand services and provide new technology to clients. Larry Westerlund, Fresno’s economic development director, left, and Fresno Mayor-elect Lee Brand, middle, stand with Rawn at the Monday, Nov. 14, 2016 news conference.
Eric Rawn, right, chief executive officer of BCT Consulting, announces the acquisition of two San Francisco Bay Area companies that will allow the Fresno company to expand services and provide new technology to clients. Larry Westerlund, Fresno’s economic development director, left, and Fresno Mayor-elect Lee Brand, middle, stand with Rawn at the Monday, Nov. 14, 2016 news conference. BoNhia Lee blee@fresnobee.com
Eric Rawn, right, chief executive officer of BCT Consulting, announces the acquisition of two San Francisco Bay Area companies that will allow the Fresno company to expand services and provide new technology to clients. Larry Westerlund, Fresno’s economic development director, left, and Fresno Mayor-elect Lee Brand, middle, stand with Rawn at the Monday, Nov. 14, 2016 news conference. BoNhia Lee blee@fresnobee.com

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