Different businesses, startups, and companies have different starting points. Some take years to pick from the idea to its start while others just require immediate action once an opportunity arises. The latter is what happened to Stephen M. Hicks, the current CEO of Southridge Capital LLC. Stephen founded this Financial Investment and Risk Management Company in 1996, at a time the company he was working for was closing up in New York. Stephen did not hesitate to take up the opportunity to form his own company, which he has run since then. For more details visit Bloomberg.
Information About Education and Work
Stephen M. Hicks in an alumnus of King’s College in New York and Fordham University where he graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration and an MBA respectively. Upon his graduation from university, Stephen worked in many different companies. Before founding Southridge in 1996, Mr. Hicks had worked in different financial institutions for over 30 years. He was motivated to start his company after what he saw in other companies. Stephen helps to draft business plans for various institutions. He has helped many startups by drafting their business plans. He says that he was moved by the level of achievement each of the company he helped develop a business plan made. This made him think. When an opportunity arose, he did not hesitate to start Southridge Capital LLC. You can visit southridgeholdingsllc.com
Recently, during an interview, Stephen Hicks cited many skills a serious entrepreneur must have. Although it was not a list, he mentioned of focus, organization, and hard work. He says that it is a hard thing to ensure you remain afloat on a competitive market thus the need to have the required skills. It is on the same interview where for the first time Stephen Hicks opened up on how he started Southridge Capital LLC. Mr. Hicks was working with a company in New York but it was now time the company was closing down. As he was assisting to close it down, something crossed his mind: take up this chance to start your own company. “That is how I started Southridge Capital. I had little savings on my hedge fund, which I used to start it up,” says Stephen.