Andre Alonzo Chambers
Andre Alonzo Chambers

Andre Alonzo Chambers

Andre Alonzo Chambers was never your ordinary child when he was younger. He was constantly thinking about what more could be done in the world than what was right in front of him. Andre has achieved incredible things as a result of that knowledge, which began early in his life and continues today.

Taking the Reins of the Tech Horse:
Andre Chambers was already leading people with high tech at the age of 20. The tools' newness made sense; the world was swiftly shifting in the direction of new tools and surroundings, and those who jumped on board early would reap the greatest benefits from the transformation. Who would have guessed that gadgets as little as a hand would have as much financial and communication power as they do now, only 20 years ago? Today's smartphones have the processing capability of a network server from two decades ago.
Transitioning to Leadership in a Natural Way:
Andre swiftly rose through the ranks after realizing the potential of computers. Before he was old enough to drink, he was already a team supervisor at a software business. And the possibilities he saw were growing, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises that might fill gaps in marketplaces where large ones got stuck or needed agile assistance. By the age of 22, Andre Chambers had already established his own IT firm, giving consultancy and technical support to those large companies. Rather of getting a salary, he was now signing them for Andre's own staff and workers. Also, the customer list wasn't a shabby collection of names. Andre's firm was giving technical help to significant companies such as Toyota, AFLAC, State Auto, and a number of others.
Market Investing:
Andre wasn't the only one who didn't have all of his eggs in one basket. He took advantage of the unstable real estate market in the 2000s by working on property investment opportunities. Andre Chambers was in the rare situation of holding interests in at least three states, exposing him to significant variances in regional markets, local economies, and real estate valuations.