New Management Team to Implement Change in Direction
ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / October 14, 2020 / INDUSTRY SOURCE CONSULTING, INC. (OTC PINK:INSO) announced today that the Company has entered into a Letter of Intent to merge with Wonder 7 Global, LLC, dba 'The Young Entrepreneur Project' (YEP).
YEP, based in Leawood, KS, is in the business of assisting entrepreneurs searching for the tools and resources needed to execute their business plan. The fast-growing member driven Company has revenues and strong growth in a market that, to date, is untapped. With over 5,000 members on six continents and over twenty countries, YEP has built a strong Entrepreneurial community with an expansive growth plan to expand the Company's global footprint.
YEP's Entrepreneurial training program includes how to launch, grow, and scale a client's business using results-based training, inclusion in local and international mastermind events, and access to YEP's Members Only training library. The Company also provides standard business tools such as marketing, branding, and vacation incentives to help the client grow and expand their business. YEP's Lifestyle component continues to bring value in the Member's Travel, Shopping, and Entertainment portals. Future plans include utilizing Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to power the entire platform.
Subsequent to the completion of the Definitive Agreement, YEP's management team will take control of the new entity, implement a completely new management infrastructure, and bring the Company to a current status with OTC Markets.
'We are excited about this opportunity to introduce our Company to the public market,' stated YEP's CEO, Jimmy Ezzell. 'We are a revenue driven company with tremendous growth potential. We have surrounded ourselves with like-minded professionals with the focus on expanding our business worldwide. We will have more details concerning our Company once we complete this transaction.'
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SOURCE: Industry Source Consulting, Inc.
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