(PRWEB) January 3, 2005
Global Sky has signed on two new US based clients for outsourcing in the last thirty days. These deals amounting to 20 call center seats, have increased Global Sky revenue projections by more than 150%. This growth comes in spite of the busy holiday season, a killer Tsunami, and Global Sky's young entrepreneurial management.
ÂSince Global Sky has opened its doors weÂve seen nothing but growth.Â Says James Rick, CEO.
At the age of 21, James Rick is perhaps the youngest entrepreneur and CEO to own a call center in the Philippines.
His partner Beau Rudd - age 21, has four years in the call center business and oversees operations.
"We're doing things different. We're young, creative and flexible. We're running circles around some of these behemoths. To be smart we've allied ourselves with veterans of the industry as well." Says James Rick.
The Philippines has proven to be a hot bed of low cost call center outsourcing. Global Sky offers strategic accent advantages over India, at a significantly lower cost than US and Canadian based call centers.
Like most entrepreneurs, James and Beau aren't strangers to sacrifice. James Rick and Beau have been living out of the same studio apartment for months to launch their successful call center venture and the sacrifice is paying off.
"In starting this call center up we have lived below what would be equivalent to a poverty income in the US. (James laughs) It hasn't been so bad though, the living costs are much lower in the Philippines. We still eat out every day, go to movies and go to the islands on the weekends. We can cater to small business and entrepreneurs because we are entrepreneurs to the core."
Global Sky is located in Metro Manila. It is neighbors with Dell, MSN, and Apple call centers. Other call centers in the Area include IBM and Sykes. To learn more visit http://www.global-sky.com