As an industry, precious metals are providing an alternative to investors looking to secure some security for the future.
The U.S. Money Reserve is one of the larger distributors in the industry, but CEO Angela Koch wants a larger share this market and she’s hoping to get it with a specific office culture and a serious investment into her employees.
The company has two main functions: Marketing and sales. Where this another organization, Koch believes that individual employees would be confined to their job title.
This would mean that sellers would be responsible for nothing other than selling. That would make them under prepared to meet the challenges that Koch has said before the U.S. Money Reserve.
Provision for the company is one staffed by people who are not just smart, but educated to do much more than what it says on their job description. She wants people informed about the industry, the competition, enable to facilitate any needs customers might have.
For Koch, being part of the company’s leadership makes her partly responsible for how the staff develops professionally and personally. And by investing time and resources in them, they will prove to be assets to the company as it grows. This means having people who operate so efficiently that revenue isn’t a concern. The money will come. She can focus on more important things.
Becoming CEO is quite the story. Koch began her professional life as a young mother without a complete college education.
How could she provide for her child? How would the bills get paid? Free from a college environment for the first time, slowly collecting life experience, Koch jumped into the job market determined to make things work.
— U.S. Money Reserve (@USMoneyReserve) October 6, 2019
Koch quickly became comfortable with the idea of holding down multiple jobs at the same time. She worked across industries, for companies of varying sizes. But the constant theme that ran through her many jobs, was the realization that she was a good fit no matter where she worked.
Her approach to any job what’s to learn all there was about it, analyze that information, and use it to excel. Without a degree or too many years working to bolster her resume, quickly rising in the ranks was evidence that she can do just about anything.
Now sitting at the top of the U.S. Money Reserve, Koch, the only woman executive in this industry, stands ready to support her staff with a similar resource.
It took years to create, but Koch has made it easy for every department Within the U.S. Money Reserve to integrate their data into a single system. This provides a process that employees can use to develop themselves at work and in their personalized. It’s a lifetime investment for Koch, one that makes better workers for the company but also prepares them to pursue any professional ambition that comes their way.
About the U.S. Money Reserve:
The U.S. Money Reserve it’s a precious metal distributor in Texas. For over a decade it has been the premiere source of silver, platinum, and gold for investors.
In addition to having their precious metals sourced directly from the US federal government, their leadership includes the 35th Director of the United States Mint and former Chief of Staff of the U.S. Treasury Department as their President.
To date, they’ve assisted some 500,000 customers secure precious metals for investment purposes.
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