Rona Borre started her company back in 2001. Since its inception, her firm called Instant Alliance has become heralded across the nation. Two factors that have helped Instant Alliance to stand out include that it is a female owned business in the technology and business world and that its revenues have steadily increased year after year. This represents not only a successful business, but also an expanding one.
Besides being a successful female business owner, Rona Borre is also very active in the Chicago business and philanthropic community. Some of the organizations that she is involved in include the Young Presidents Organization, the Economic Club of the City of Chicago and the Chicago Network. Many of these organizations help aspiring female entrepreneurs as well as young business owners such as herself.
Borre’s company has been featured on news outlets and publications such as USA Today, CNBC, Crain’s Chicago, CNN Money and Crain’s of Chicago. Check conferences.shrm.org. During her appearances on business news shows such as CNBC Ronna Borre highlighted the trends in the staffing industry and what the tech and finance industry is now looking for. Business magazines have also highlighted Ronna Borre by naming her as one of the enterprising women of the year. Her business has also garnered numerous other awards for excellence in staffing and female leadership.
Mrs. Borre’s educational background includes studying at Arizona State University, where she completed a bachelor of science program in business administration. Her company is located at 200 W. Adams, Suite 1440, Chicago, IL 60606 in downtown Chicago. You can contact Instant Alliance for any staffing needs in the field of technology or finance by calling 312.582.2600. More of Instant Alliance on http://www.instantalliance.com/
One of the questions asked of Rona Borre during her Ideamensch interview was what is a trend she finds highly fascinating. Borre sad that big data and analytics fascinate her. She said that they can make running a business more efficient. They nownow impact decision making from top to bottom. For the full interview, click on ideamensch.com.