Numerous organizations for entrepreneurs exist across the U.S. supporting individuals and business owners in their entrepreneurial endeavors.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Two of the most popular organizations for current and aspiring entrepreneurs in the United States are the Entrepreneurs' Organization and the Young Presidents' Organization, or YPO. Founded in 1987 and 1950 respectively, the two organizations boast tens of thousands of members between them, both in the U.S. and around the world.
"Organizations such as the Entrepreneurs' Organization and YPO are incredibly important to the world of business, and have been for decades now," suggests Atlanta-based Scott Damron. A highly motivated entrepreneur and experienced executive, Damron has enjoyed an illustrious career in sales, business development, and marketing strategy, as well as in the hospital and healthcare sectors.
Scott Damron has served as a C-level executive within many successful national and international businesses and has financed and founded numerous successful endeavors of his own. These include the likes of ASP Global, which provides medical and surgical supplies, patient preference items, and custom products to the healthcare profession. While Scott Damron has since sold his interest in the privately-held business, he hasn't slowed down. Currently, the entrepreneur and experienced executive is actively invested in a project working toward an innovative solution surrounding the global distribution of branded footwear.
Explaining the importance of entrepreneurial organizations, Damron states that if he can help others by sharing his own experiences and successes with them, he absolutely will. "The fact that such organizations exist in the U.S. and around the world to facilitate this very purpose is excellent for local, national, and international economies alike," he adds.
"I want," he continues, "to instill my passion and forward-thinking, innovative approach to business into as many aspiring entrepreneurs and potential new business owners as I can."
The Entrepreneurs' Organization, which promotes core values including trust, respect, and a thirst for learning, was founded over three decades ago. "Integrity here is everything," says Damron. "In business, as in life, integrity and a thirst for learning are essential. Within the Entrepreneurs' Organization, this very ethos is essentially the basis for their code of conduct."
Revealing more about YPO, Scott Damron explains that the 68-year-old organization supports more than 25,000 members in upwards of 130 countries. "Mentors within YPO form a network of peer leaders, committed to lifelong learning and the exchange of ideas. This is undertaken while simultaneously fostering an environment where trust, respect, and confidentiality rule," he points out, as a mentor within the organization himself.
"Remember never to stop learning," suggests Damron of his own thirst for knowledge and entrepreneurial spirit, adding that this leads to an open mind and that an open mind leads to greater opportunities. "Greater opportunities both professionally and personally," he suggests.
"And with that," Scott adds in closing, "always be willing to share what you've learned with others so that the cycle may continue for future generations."
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