ATLANTA, Oct. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The team at Six Consulting is proud to be a part of Georgia Minority pplier Development Council (GMSDC) Business Opportunity Week 2020 and the special feature by the Atlanta Business Chronicle to support Georgia’s minority-owned businesses achieve success and growth and promote supplier diversity.
In their article, ‘Two companies, one mentoring match’, Atlanta Business Chronicle has profiled Six Consulting’s mentorship journey with the global packaging giant WestRock as part of the Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection program that is overseen by the GMSDC. Parth Patel, Chief Executive Officer and Sam Yehya, Chief Operating Officer discussed the opportunities and learnings over the year-long program. “It’s almost like a compressed MBA program for small businesses,” says Parth Patel.
With a focus on three mentorship areas – process improvement, client development and sales – the team at Six Consulting was able to streamline their processes and reengage their client base with their newly refined processes. “Just like any sports team, organization or business, who gets matched up with who really matters,” said Sam Yehya. The full article can be read in the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s digital edition.
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