As we begin training our staff in Jamaica and ramping up out-bound call services, BAOA
will have formally begun implementing its business strategy to develop, own and operate call centers to generate revenues and profits for the company and to employ and economically empower individuals.
In addition, Peter Van Brunt, president and chief executive officer of BAOA
BAOA has been approved for funding to help rebuild under-served communities by creating a high tech, telecommunications skill-base through the creation of the company's call center businesses.
In Harlem, BAOA is working with the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corp.
We look forward to working with BAOA as a partner in making tangible improvements in the lives of many AEZ residents.
grateful to the City of Atlanta and the Atlanta Empowerment Zone for having the vision and insight to support this labor-intensive initiative by BAOA.
In connection with this alliance BAOA
has received a purchase order for $79 million, representing commissioned sales to be performed over a three year period.
also owns and distributes games and educational products tailored to the needs of urban communities.
Michael Holleran, president of FNC, stated: "This venture with BAOA
represents a tremendous opportunity for our company to enhance our ability to penetrate its operations into the urban markets.
This product is representative of the future of BAOA
-- lower cost, higher margin products that address broad growing ethnocentric markets.
Earlier this year, BAOA
acquired the rights to several new products which reinforced its product pipeline and last week the company announced the appointment of Peter Van Brunt and Ed Litwak to the board of directors.
Van Brunt is currently serving as the company's chief operating officer, and Litwak has been working with BAOA
for the past six months as a senior strategic consultant.