YESCO

AcronymDefinition
YESCOYoung Electric Sign Company
YESCOYoung Electric Service Company (Rising Sun, MD)
YESCOYoungstown Electrical Supply Company (Youngstown, Ohio)
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Mittel said her plan was to attend law school but then a friend told her about a business development opportunity at Schaedler Yesco. She knew nothing about the company, but did some research and decided to apply for the role, which was to grow the company's sales to local, state and federal governments.
Yesco Holdings, a financial affiliate of LS Group, has also recently invested 3 billion won into a a PEF raised by Lodestone Private Equity.
Hana Financial, Inc., one of the largest non-bank specialty commercial lenders in the nation, has announced that the investment arm of YESCO Co.
While the majority of Yesco's growth has been organic in nature as it has expanded products and facilities, the company has also made several acquisitions to expand its service footprint.
Yesco also had experience in using nonstandard materials that wouldn't interfere with the numerous communication towers atop the building.
Steve Weeks, assistant division manager with YesCo, the Young Electronic Sign Co., which, during its 77 years in business, has put up many of the city's signature neon signs, puts it this way: "The town is going beige on us."
Indeed, Schaedler Yesco has experienced significant growth over the last 15 years, officials said.
By Jhoo Dong-chan An increasing number of the nation's conglomerates, including Hyundai Motor, Naver, Hankook Tire, Yesco and NICE Holdings, are investing in private equity funds (PEFs) that offer high returns.
Yesco Electronics was a subsidiary of the Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO), a privately-owned custom sign manufacturer.
Earlier, Beagley was with the outdoor media department of the Las Vegas Review-Journal from 1984-1986 and was with YESCO Outdoor Media for the next four years.
The Financial Reporting Column features a follow up on developments related to conflict minerals reporting and The Office features a profile of sign-maker Yesco LLC in Las Vegas and its Vice President Finance Rod Streets.