Running a business requires consolidated efforts of people, institutions, firms, partners and entities that are so complex, it is almost not surprising why many businesses don’t fly today because of them. Because of these challenges, companies go bankrupt. Without the strength of a company to deal with the continuous unceasing and difficult hurdles in running a business, the products we enjoy today wouldn’t have existed. One of the more remarkable, composed and cutting-edge business leaders in the industry who acquire the strengths to withstand the challenges above is Perry Mandera.
Perry Mandera’s name have come out in different parts of the industry in many forms and titles. People may already more popularly know his name from being the renowned founder and CEO of the Custom Companies, Inc., a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose transportation provider that deals with big-ticket clients, mostly those belonging in the list of Fortune 100 companies today. The corroborated efforts of the leaders, executives and workforce of Custom Companies would attribute a large chunk of their success for how Perry Mandera is able to guide them in all the aspects of their operations.
What most people don’t hear too much about, though, about Perry Mandera today is his charity work for The Mercy Home for Boys and Girls. This is mainly because Mr. Mandera believes in the anonymity of charity giving, and that the virtue of helping should not be something that is merchandised or even announced. However, this doesn’t discount the fact that Mr. Mandera is able to push the research for eradicating cancer, supporting groups like The American Cancer Society and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation to get the support that they need or even deserve.
The Mercy Home for Boys and Girls is also one of the most highly productive and inspiring charity groups today that help children of neglect and abuse get the support they need for them to function well in society. Founded in 1887, it has always been the unceasing, quality and desirable mission of the charity group to mentor children, look after their continued care and find them a suitable residential abode that’s conducive to their wellbeing.