Rona Borre is still a rising female entrepreneur in the greater Chicago business community and nationwide as well. She holds a BS in Business from the University of Arizona; in 2001 from a second bedroom converted into office, she started the “human capital” firm known as Instant Alliance.
Nearly fifteen years later, Instant Alliance employs about forty personnel. They largely share their CEO’s work philosophy that quality plus relationship equal difference. In 2014, Instant Alliance added an accounting and finance branch to its service roster of staffing and recruiting, as this was seen as a compatible outgrowth. The company provides staffing services to clientele including McDonald’s Corporation, Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago. Check this on cnbc.com.
Rona Borre has received accolades and press from Crain’s Chicago, CNN, CNBC, The Business Ledger and The National Association of Business Women to name a few. Ms. Borre says companies like Instant Alliance excel when employing the best talent. The ledger supports her claim, and the attrition rate in staff matched to companies served by Instant Alliance is noted to be significantly low at an average of under 2 percent. Learn more about Borre and her company, click vimeo.com.