Rona Borre, one of the Chicagoland’s most leading entrepreneurs, is making her own mark. The founder and CEO of Instant Alliance, has gained national recognition for her leadership and devotion to the Chicago community.
Borre formed her Instant Alliance in 2001. According to the CEO, she just woke up one day in her condo and she had something she wanted to create. Her drive and determination was a focal point in in getting her baby up and running. Needless-to-say, Instant Alliance was an instant success. The revenue has increased over the last 15 years, and she has staffed dozens of technology companies with good, strong, business savvy people.
Barrett received a business degree from the University of Arizona. Borre rose through the ranks of several corporations. Tiring of the rigors of working for others, she decided to build something of her own: a business that provides a service to the community and create a steady stream of income.
Borre has received numerous awards from the business industry. As the owner of one of the leading female-owned businesses in the U.S., Borre has been honored by the National Association of Business Women, National Women in Business, The Chicago President’s Club and The Economic Club of Chicago.
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Rona Borre has been profiled on CNN, Fox News and USA Today Magazine. Borre says she has a passion for helping others. Pairing talented people with the best companies is a win-win for all involved.
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