In the book "Who Moved My Cheese" written by Spencer Johnson, MD, the story is told of two mice and two "little people", beings the size of mice who look and act a lot like people. The parable reveals profound truths about change. In the story, the characters are faced with unexpected change and how each of them eventually handled events beyond their control.
The economic and political climate in the US over the past few years has forced change on many businesses and individuals.
A lot of what used to work doesn't work the way it once did. The advent of the internet, mobile technology, immediate information, instant communication, changes in lending and borrowing procedures, jobs, etc, etc. This has all created paradigm shifts on the parts of companies and individuals. The news is full of stories on a daily basis of change.
Yeoman Enterprises exists to supply solutions to many of these changes that have and are in the process of taking place. Through our strategic affiliations with partner companies we have sought out and found "uncommon solutions for common problems" and can connect high levels of expertise and services to help virtually any business and some individual needs.
Don Yeoman having had a career of 30 years in the Class 8 Heavy and Medium Duty truck dealership industry has given him an excellent insight into how business must operate to be profitable. Through sales, management and finance/leasing his experience is now being utilized to bring the world of private equity funding to our clients in this time of economic and lending change. This type of funding is not subject to banking or government regulations and brings a simplified approach to the complex nature of business expansion or development. Having started two businesses previously, Don can relate to the level of commitment and expertise business owners must have to be successful. Finding ways to help them be successful is his passion.
Peni Yeoman has a background in banking, finance and insurance. With an eye for detail and her persistence she will make every effort to secure your funding in as swift a manner as possible. In her spare time her passion is sewing and she is presently designing and producing clothing for Native American Indians as well as one of a kind purses, jewelry and greeting cards. www.yeomanenterprises.com PO Box 1741, Marion, Ohio 43301
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Yeoman Enterprises PO BOX 1741 Marion, Ohio 43301
"Providing Uncommon Solutions For Common Problems"