An Unabashedly Aggressive Entrepreneur — Globalization Partners’ Nicole Sahin
People Who Inspire (PWI) Next Gen Awards 2020-21| DKODING Media Inc. | Florida, USA: Nicole Sahin is the Founder and CEO of Globalization Partners, an AI-driven digitized platform that helps companies all over the world to hire talent with its HR experts. The company secured titles like ‘The Fastest Growing Companies in America’ by Financial Times and ‘Top 100 Women-Led Business’ by Commonwealth Institute and Boston Globe
Equating Growth to Aggressive Globalization — Nicole Sahin is making the world a smaller place by eliminating the barrier of hiring the right talent from across the world. With her at the helm, Globalization Partners was recently adjudicated the industry leader by analyst firm NelsonHall. Sahin is out there to “fundamentally change how companies go global”.
People Who Inspire (PWI) Next Gen Awards 2020-21 — Nicole Sahin, Woman Entrepreneur of the Year.
- Sahin is also the board member of the Northeast Region of YOP’s Chair of Diversity and Inclusion
- An MBA from Monterey Institute of International Studies, Nicole was also the Co-founder of Sweet Life School for Girls and Caribbean Retreat Outsourcing.
- Under the leadership of Nicole Sahin, Globalization Partners had raised funding worth $150 million as of February 2020.
- A bootstrapped company until 2020, Globalization Partners is now worth $500 million.
- Designation: Founder and CEO, Globalization Partners
- Citizenship: American
- Residence: Boston, Massachusetts
- Education: Maryville University of Saint Louis, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Fisher Graduate School of International Business.
- Entrepreneurial Experience: 9 years
- Total Experience: 20 years
- Past Companies: Caribbean Retreat Outsourcing, High Street Partners Inc, Sweet Life School for Girls, Women Moving Millions, YPO, School the World.
Watch: Nicole Sahin Interviewed by Steve Koepp: From Day One Boston
Besides her entrepreneurial career, Sahin engages in not-for-profit endeavours to eliminate extreme poverty through education and economic development.
Take one step at a time. When starting your own business, even if you have a huge vision, it always starts with the first few steps: like registering the company, starting a website, and signing your first client. So, take these incremental steps, one foot forward at a time.Nicole Sahin’s Entrepreneurial Advice