The US Money Reserve is a company that specializes in distributing gold, silver, and platinum. The company is one of the largest in the world that distributes these specific products and has earned great acclaim for it.
The company’s CEO Angie Koch has been instrumental in the company’s success, leading it in the right direction of progress. She recently has been recognized for her success by a contributor profile for the Huffington Post.
This honor will now allow her to share her business expertise that she has gained through her professional career. More specifically she will be able to inform readers on matters that include business planning, strategy, due diligence, mergers, acquisitions, and operations.
The helpful information that Angie Koch posts here will be read by over 79 million readers, showing the importance and experience that someone is required to have for this position. She plans on using this online newspaper outlet to express her ideas on how people should run a company from a leadership standpoint.
For example, she feels that the leaders of companies should focus on creating a culture within their companies. This helps to build morale and a sense of community. Along with this, she also believes that leaders should make an effort to provide their employees with opportunities to progress.
Whether this means giving them new projects or opening the door to a promotion. These kinds of tactics are what Angie Koch uses to build US Money Reserve’s success and are what she will be writing about for viewers.
According to a Youtube video, to add to the proof of her business skills it is important to look at the company she runs. US Money Reserve is a company that spans the world and is a leader in its market. It’s in fact, the largest of its kind and is also one of the biggest distributors of government coins within the United States.
This along with the 300,000 clients it regularly manages shows the grand size of the company. All of this puts in perspective how talented Angie Koch is and the success US Money Reserve has had during its history of over a decade. (the first link provided did not work)