Ernst & Young will Give Financial Assistance to Entrepreneurs beyond the Borders
An innovative idea can be transferred to a successful business by the magic touch of Ernst & Young. A report said.
A magic touch of Angela Gomez, a transaction advisory services manager for Ernst & Youngcan act as a boon to a number of young and aspiring entrepreneurs in the global market. Angela Gomez has always been inspired by the creative and innovative talents in the people and wanted to make them convert into successful business through courage, determination and drive. For the first time when she joined the organization named Ernst & Young, she took her skills up to gain the post of a transaction advisory services manager in just five years. She nurtured the talents in various people and made the system of awarding those persons who has come forward with a wonderful innovative strategy to develop the business.
She got the chance to work as a volunteer for Ernst & Young's Americas Corporate Responsibility (CR) Fellows program; she was overwhelmed because she always had a passion of developing the talents and helping the young entrepreneurs who had a vision of changing the business world by their innovative ideas. The most likeable part of working with young entrepreneurs is their fast paced strategy and their wonderful excitement which is contagious. This comment came out from the mouth of Gomez. Gomez was one of the 12 volunteers who formed the organization and they are working with a zing to develop and nurture the young talents in the best possible way. The best part of it is that it is started as a fellowship program in Latin America and it is spreading throughout the world.
Since 2006, the high-impact youths with a talented vision have benefitted from this strategy and they want their skills to be enhanced more and more by the CR fellows who have launched at least 27000 volunteers for the project. From the year 2012, they have started their working schedule in different countries of the world like Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Chile where the topmost managerial persons are working on an array of issues. They are helping them not only with money but also with suitable training in the business market like cash flow management, financial process definition and leadership abilities.
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