Local debt collector among best turnaround companies

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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INTERNATIONAL Asset Services (IAS) has been named a Finalist in the Best Turnaround Company and Young Entrepreneur (35 years and under) categories at the 2013 Business Excellence Awards announced recently by ActionCOACH, the world's number one business coaching firm.

The Business Excellence Awards honour the "best of the best" results in small- and medium-sized businesses from around the world, and showcases exceptional results for business owners, entrepreneurs, their teams and their companies. International Asset Services was among more than 400 companies participating in the event this year. Winners will be announced at the Business Excellence Awards ceremony held at the Red Rock Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 25. In recognition of this achievement, Everton Bryan, CEO of International Asset Services, said "I would like to thank ActionCOACH Jamaica for recognising me and the team of IAS for such a prestigious award. Marcia Woon Choy (my business coach) has carefully guided me and I'm proud to say, it is paying off."

International Asset Services is a full service receivables management and bad debt collection provider whose mission is to restore and maintain confidence in our people and society globally by constantly challenging the status quo of debt and wealth creation in the economy. The achievement of this milestone of being a finalist in such a prestigious event is a step towards achieving IAS' vision of being a major global player and they are confident that they will be a winner in one or both categories.




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