Essie Escobedo, Office Angels (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 314)
Essie Escobedo of Office Angels joins host John Ray to discuss why she formed her now twenty year old company and how she helps small business owners with outsourced administrative, bookkeeping, marketing, and other services. “North Fulton Business Radio” is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.
Essie Escobedo, Chief Executive Angel, Office Angels
Essie launched Office Angels in 2001 after a 20+ year career as a small business owner, serving as Owner and Chief Financial Officer of two corporations which she co-founded. Essie served on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), the Atlanta Women’s Network (AWN), and currently serves on the Advisory Boards of Professional Women’s Information Network (ProWIN) and Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE). She mentors on how to start and run a successful business, and volunteers with the Georgia Consortium for Personal Financial Literacy and with The Edge Connection.
Essie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from The American University and has been an Adjunct Professor of Business at Lanier Technical College.
Questions/Topics Discussed in this Show
- When and why did you start Office Angels?
- How is Office Angels different from a traditional staffing agency?
- What kinds of services does Office Angels provide?
- How does the process work?
- How does one know when his/she is ready to work with Office Angels?
- How does one evaluate the cost/benefit of working with Office Angels?
- What has changed at Office Angels since the pandemic started?
- Do you think the acceptance of remote work will continue after COVID-19?
- How are your small business owners changing the way they do business?
North Fulton Business Radio is hosted by John Ray and produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta. You can find the full archive of shows by following this link. The show can be found on all the major podcast apps by searching “North Fulton Business Radio.”
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