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AUSTIN, TX – Every Day Enterprises has undergone many exciting changes in the last month and is planning for many more in 2014, along with continuing to cultivate a fun working environment in which team members thrive.
The management at Every Day Enterprises have no intention of stopping, in their pursuit of growth, either. Throughout 2014, they intend to expand even further – beginning in the south-east, moving on to North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and the final destination:
Every Day Enterprises CEO spoke to us recently, stating: “Our brand new office at Middleburg Business Park in Columbia, South Carolina, is a symbol of how far we’ve come. With 22 team members so far – and an additional 13 forecast to be hired by the end of this quarter – our engaging, entrepreneurial and fun campaigns have struck a chord with business owners across the region. We now fully intend to capitalize on this niche by branching out across the US.”
“We just want to give everyone the chance to become a leading light in business,” the company CEO continued. “Those who have been to the fine universities and colleges nearby obviously have an insatiable thirst for learning, and that’s something we value tremendously in those who come to work with us. As a result, this is a perfect space!”
“But as we hire for these 13 new positions – and more in the future – there’s something we want to stress: though we have many university graduates working with us, you do not need an MBA to become an entrepreneur, especially with us. Many industries train on the job, and here at Every Day Enterprises, we believe that those who have born leadership skills or the capability to multitask, delegate and communicate do well even without such a qualification. It’s this open-mindedness and loyalty which has enabled us to develop such a strong and charismatic team, not to mention a loyal one.”
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Along with a new office comes enhanced activity for Every Day Enterprises. But the first priority on the list was simple: a cookout with colleagues, friends and family to celebrate the sustainable growth and prosperity of this intriguing and unique business.
On January 25, 2014 the company held a social event outdoors which allowed team members to see each other outside of the usual business environment, to socialize, and to celebrate recent accomplishments. It makes for great networking, Every Day Enterprises believes, as well as a happier, more stable, and more collaborative buzz in the workplace.
This was well-timed, as one of the firm’s biggest projects at present is the continuing development of their military base campaigns. The company organizes promotional events within the Fort Jackson Military Base – less than three miles away – to provide exclusive consumer incentives that locals may not have learned about otherwise. Everybody benefits – from the servicemen and women who are able to enjoy local sports, entertainment, and leisure events, to firms who attract new business and Every Day Enterprises’
One of the senior members of the Every Day Enterprises team said: “Diversifying is vital for every business, including our own. It’s an honor to be able to have this strong link with the Fort Jackson Military Base, and we sincerely believe it’s one that’s going to last for years to come. We love to provide knowledgeable representation of our clients while we are there, and to give people the confidence to try something new in their spare time.”
Although Every Day Enterprises is very much engrossed in their new office and new campaign, they are determined not to lose sight of their wider goal: branching out into several new locations. The firm believes that going with the flow and not pushing limits is often more damaging to a business, as routines become tired and there’s little room for imagination and development. That’s why they are continually moving forward, looking to boost profits sustainably, give more people the chance to enter the world of business, and give back to new local communities.
The firm’s CEO concluded: “Every Day Enterprises is here to stay. We just want to give all of the stakeholders in the business the respect and rewards they deserve. This is the best place in the world to run a business, and the more entrepreneurs we’re able to introduce to the adrenalin-pumping world of customer acquisition and lead generation, the better!”
About Every Day Enterprises
Every Day Enterprises is a dynamic and continually-
Due to its ambitious plans for expansion in the next 12 months, it is eager to hear from people who want to enter the exciting world of business. No previous experience is required as Every Day Enterprises provides a mentorship program for anyone interested in learning how to become a business leader. Everyone – including people with an MBA – is welcome to apply through the business’ website, as long as they are loyal, have a student mentality, dream big and believe that honesty and integrity are the two most important assets that a professional needs. If there’s one firm to watch in 2014, it’s got to be Every Day Enterprises.
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