We need to copy all of the QBO data from one account to another for testing a new set of tools

we are a VC firm and have 23 different QBO accounts for all the different companies in the organization and a master legal account.  We are replacing this online tracking and financial automation tool that wires all these account transactions together etc.  The trick is we want to set up a test environment for the new system to replace the old one and want to copy everything from one of the businesses to this test QBO account and test everything there so we are not mucking with the live data but data that 'looks' live.  I can not find a good way to export all the QBO and get it into the new account.  does some one know how to do this?  

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