In 2014, Rona Borre, founder and CEO of Instant Alliance, was honored at the 14th Annual Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards, sponsored by the Daily Herald Business Ledger, winning in the innovation category. The keynote speaker said “It’s not who’s first, it’s who’s best,” which sums up Borre perfectly. With a clear vision of how she wanted her staffing agency to operate, which was with a human touch, Borre struck out on her own in 2001, after a highly successful career with a global recruiting firm. Check on sbnonline.com.
Under Rona Borre’s leadership, Instant Alliance grew into the firm that she envisioned, which is a staffing and recruiting firm that not only finds clients the best candidate for a position, but one that nurtures young professionals. Borre frequently provides commentary for articles in prestigious publications that explains her methodology. For example, she is quoted in a COMPUTERWORLD article aimed at companies that want to attract top IT talent “It’s important to be more specific about what skills and knowledge are needed.” Instead of sending clients a person skilled in DevOps, since that is what they requested, Borre and her team will want specifics, such as whether a client is seeking a software configuration expert or a consultant experienced with automated builds and deployment. By discovering company’s specific needs, Instant Alliance can find and send the right candidate quickly.
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Borre also writes a number of articles for young IT professionals, which include interview tips and a caution to avoid posting any potentially offensive content on their social networking accounts.
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