In 2001, Rona Borre had just left her day job at a leading national recruiting company where she was responsible for a $30 million book of business to start her new company in the spare bedroom of her Chicago Condo. She showed up each day in a suit, because, after all, it was a workday. This shows her attitude of professionalism right from the start.
Today, Instant Alliance where Borre is the CEO bills in the millions of dollars serving Fortune 500, mid-sized and smaller companies. The specialty of Instant Alliance is the placement of finance and information technology employees. The key to it all is all about relationships. This strategy has been a mainstay for Borre in her business process and she passed the technique along to her staff.
The entire process is one of mastery of detail and getting the exact needs of the client, and then locating the ideal prospect to fit those needs. It is a very collaborative effort on the part of Instant Alliance and the client, as there are lots of things to know about the culture of each individual client company. For more related post see cnbc.com
This arrangement has been so successful that there has only been a 1% attrition rate of all the hires that Instant Alliance has placed over the past years since the company has been in existence.
Rona Borre is very active in the Chicago community holding leadership positions in such organizations as the Economic Club of Chicago, The Young Presidents’ Organization, and the Chicago Network.