Emerging Business Services has demonstrated a history of success assisting clients not only with the tangibles of business (financial capital and financial services) but with the intangibles as well. Intangibles are the dynamics surrounding capital and the movement of value. They are things like trust, character, protection, relationship dynamics (internal and external), antecedent goodwill and accretion of real… Continue Reading
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We were excited to have ISU participate in our most recent Bloomington Normal Angel Investor Network, Inc. Quarterly Meeting where Cory Abernathy presented a licensing opportunity to our angels.
Emerging Business Services announces support for Dr. Mark Hoelscher’s candidacy for the Dean of the College of Business at Illinois State University.
Recommendation: Emerging Business Services LLC, is proud to recommend, without any reservation, Dr. Mark Hoelscher for the position of Dean for the College of Business at Illinois State University. The purpose of this letter is to not only make the unsolicited recommendation to have Dr. Mark Hoelscher considered as Dean of the College of Business,… Continue Reading
Emerging Business Services believes entrepreneurs with startup businesses in Central Illinois deserve a chance to have their endeavors funded and to have full access to high-level professional services during the critical beginning stages. Emerging Business Services frequently provides services to businesses pro bono (free) during this pivotal time. The foundation for this approach comes from Christ “It… Continue Reading
Trust is a fundamental aspect of every human relationship, community and business. Emerging Business Services understands the role of trust in these areas and that it is trust which facilitates the flow of value. If the trust pool is shallow, it is difficult to create anything of value. Likewise, if the channel of trust is narrow,… Continue Reading
The concept of protection is very important in business, yet frequently misunderstood. Many business leaders fail to make the connection between protection and the accretion of leadership privileges. In short, if leaders do not put themselves at risk when needed to protect the individuals within their organizations, leadership privileges will never accrete to the leaders. Great… Continue Reading