While this past year was a tough time for many, for Brandon Young and his management and consulting firm, 2020 was their breakthrough year. Throughout the struggles of the global pandemic, Brandon found more growth and success than his previous five years in business. The worldwide changes allowed Brandon to step back and see the bigger picture. In doing so, he was able to reaffirm the importance of helping others and giving back to his community.
Brandon develops unique technology solutions for many entrepreneurs and businesses, which served as the foundation for his firm, Young Management and Consulting (YMC) until 2019 when he decided to leave corporate America and pursue full-time entrepreneurship. As a company, YMC works to bridge the gap between technology, construction, and project management, along with creating bespoke processes that allow both introverts and extroverts to work together in a cohesive manner, effectively creating amazing products and solving the problems of the world.
In this past year, Brandon was proud to bring on seven new team members to YMC. Together as a larger team, YMC brought in ten new clients and managed over fifteen projects. And if that wasn’t enough, they also donated over $25,000 to local charities.
The strengths of YMC that make them flexible and versatile, Brandon admits, also come with their fair share of challenges. Knowing that a company’s number one asset is their team, closely followed by their clients, Brandon is very selective about the folks he works with – which is difficult in a small industry.
In the coming year, Brandon’s focus is on his customer. The next few months are dedicated to adding value to customers, strategically, as well as adding more staff and projects to his team.