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CEO Angela Koch Sees the Future of Precious Metals in her Employees

Investors are able to confidently face the future because their portfolios are diverse enough to survive the potential volatility typically found in the stock market.

That requires true alternatives founded on stability, much like precious metals. Of the many distributors dealing in these goods, the U.S. Money Reserve is one of the biggest, and their CEO Angela Koch is looking to make the company even bigger.

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Like other companies in this industry, the U.S. Money Reserve has collected many of its resources to build large marketing and sales departments To meet existing demands.

According to Koch, who’s spent a great deal of time observing the competition, it’s the typical route to running this kind of business. But she wants more from the company and the people who work in it.

Now that she’s in charge of the company, Angela Koch is implementing the foundation for an investment she believes will build the kind of workforce she sees as necessary for a growing company, one full of problem solvers.

The plan is seemingly simple: invest in the personal and professional development of employees at the U.S. Money Reserve so they can be the kind of workers who can handle the increased workload coming their way as they secure a larger share of this industry for themselves. It’s a play to educate and empower people to be capable of much more than what their occupation may require.

Coming to be the executive of any company came as a surprise to Koch. She threw herself into the job market without the standing to expect much.

Without a college degree, and a baby on the way, Koch applied for and accepted any job that would have her, knowing that there wasn’t much room for advancement but confident she was capable of more.

Taking on multiple jobs was something Koch once expected to be her reality. But no matter the size of the company or the industry she was currently working in, Koch made it her personal mission to know all she could about her jobs, the company, and what she could do with the resources available to advance her position.

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It was an investment of time and in her own education that allowed her to get her experience and grab accolades along the way to bigger and better positions.

Now with the decision-making power that comes with being CEO, Koch is recreating the method of her own success and making it available throughout the company and make it part of employee training.

A collaborative system gathers data from every corner of every department, letting employees learn all that’s going on in the company while also helping them advance within their own roles. This is meant to instill a culture of cooperation, giving people tools to solve problems and connect with others when they cannot.

This company investment is done with the intention of helping the company continue its operations as Koch works to expand the enterprise, continuing to provide precious metals to investors everywhere.

About the U.S. Money Reserve:

The U.S. Money Reserve is a precious metals distributor based in Texas. For almost 20 years, it’s been one of the largest companies in this industry, providing gold, silver, and platinum graded by the US government for quality.

With over 500,000 customers served in that time, they’ve relied on experience from their President Philip N. Diehl, formerly the Chief of Staff of the US Treasury Department and Director of the United States Mint, they are forging ahead to assist many more alternative investors.

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