Connie Falls graduated from Paine College, a small private Christian college, with a Bachelor’s of Business with an emphasis in Management. Three years later, Connie earned a Master’s of Arts in Organizational Management (MAOM), to reinforce her knowledge and understanding of the business development process.
In 2005, Connie moved from her hometown of Fresno to Atlanta to be closer to family. She spent two years watching her younger sister run a candy business from out of her home. Her sister, Niya Falls, who was only 10 at the time kept a bookkeeping ledger of all sales, receipts of purchases and a breakdown of her profit per piece of candy. Connie figured that if a kid could run a business, so could she.
In 2007, with the help of her sister, Connie started Precise Business Solutions, a consulting company that specialized in creating businesses for entrepreneurs. Through strategic partnerships with banks and client referrals, Precise grew to be a small boutique consulting agency that focuses primarily on business management and development as well as consulting. Through Precise Business Solutions, Connie has created many types of businesses, including a law firm for Amy Weil, former United State Chief of the Appellate Division.
Connie was recently honored by Dell with the position of the 1st National Director of the Regional Ambassadors Program. Connie was tasked with creating and developing the foundation of The Regional Ambassador Program, which is a collaborative initiative where Dell is teaming up with entrepreneurs around the globe to serve as local representatives acting as a resource and advocate for their communities. The program is part of the Dell Innovators Credit Fund, Dell’s commitment of up to $100M to fuel entrepreneurial success in the global marketplace through end to end technology solutions, access to credit, advice and expertise.
Connie built relationships with the start-up community in Atlanta Georgia by networking at ProNetworker.com events and building relationships at The Hub, a co-working space that allows entrepreneurs to collaborate amongst other world changers, in a productive environment. With the help of her mentor, Ingrid Vanderveldt, Dell’s first Entrepreneur in Residence, the CEO of Green Girl Energy, and creator of the GLASS Forum (Global Leadership & Sustainable Success), Connie is on the path to becoming a global entrepreneur and business consultant.
An idea worth spreading
"Invest in Yourself...Become an Entrepreneur." - Connie Falls
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