US Money Reserve Looking to Expand by Investing in Workers First

Part of being an effective investor is keeping a lookout for new avenues to secure their financial future. Ideally they’ll look for alternatives that move beyond the volatility of the investment market, namely precious metals.

CEO of the U.S. Money Reserve, Angela Koch, sees more alternative investors looking to acquire gold, and as a result is planning to grow the company to meet that demand.

As one of the larger distributors in the country, the U.S. Money Reserve has devoted many of their resources to growing their marketing and sales departments.

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It’s what many businesses do in this industry, according to Koch’s observations, and it;s not how she wants to run this company. Instead, she wants an office culture that promotes collaboration across departments so that everyone can grow into problem solvers, or at least know where to find them.

Once she became CEO, Koch had a vision ready for what she wanted this company to be, one that was more ambitious that the competition. The aim is to grow their share of the market, and to do that she needs to invest into her workforce.

Koch’s detailed plan aimed to take the existing staff, and those who later joined, and help them develop into capable industry professionals who can perform outside the confines of their job description.

Reaching the executive of a company wasn’t part of Koch’s career plan for herself. Her journey into the workforce came with an uncompleted college degree and child on the way.

These circumstances had limited the number of career options made available for her, yet she remained confident that there was room for advancement.

Koch regularly worked multiple jobs and came to accept it as normal for a time. But Koch discovered that no matter the position she held she had the expertise to assess the job through data, her role in the company, and use both to seek promotions or better positions. The seriousness she assumed with every job allowed her to advance to the next, collecting experience and accolades along the way.

Now that she holds a decision-making position, Koch is looking to replicate her success in the job market internally, providing the tools necessary for her employees to develop both as people and professionals.

Within the U.S. Money Reserve Koch has instituted a system that collects data from all over the company and makes it available to anyone who needs it. It’s a method of aggregated and analyzing data much in the same way Koch was familiar with.

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Within the U.S. Money Reserve Koch has instituted a system that collects data from all over the company and makes it available to anyone who needs it. It’s a method of aggregated and analyzing data much in the same way Koch was familiar with.

Though this resource exists to help the workforce meet the challenges that come with a growing business, freeing up executives to manage that expansion.

About the U.S. Money Reserve:

The U.S Money Reserve is a distributor of precious metals from Texas and is one of the largest in the country. They’ve been in operation for almost two decades, and has stores of gold, silver, and platinum assessed for quality from the US federal government.

Ties to the government extends to the company President who once served at the 35th Director of the United States Mint, then the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Treasury Department.

Learn more about US Money Reserve:

https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/press-release/detail/545/US-Money-Reserve

https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/U-S-Money-Reserve-Reviews-E784519.htm

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