PrimeRevenue’s Helping Hands Reach Out to Those in Need

NEXT Steps sends a big thank you to PrimeRevenue for mentioning us in their latest press release through PRWeb.  PrimeRevenue was one of the corporate groups that provided volunteer labor at Atwood Community Gardens last year.   Here’s what they had to say about the NEXT Steps Youth Entrepreneur Program:

“PrimeRevenue’s involvement with community service projects also includes its participation in the Next Steps Youth Entrepreneur Program, one of the most successful business development educational programs which targets at risk and low income youth. By taking part in community gardening activities at Atwood Community Garden, PrimeRevenue’s employees served the larger scope of the program and provided children with opportunities to discover innovative solutions and apply them to career options, social issues, and family life.”

About PrimeRevenue:  For Global 2000 organizations who view their supply chains as a strategic asset and are seeking to increase supply chain efficiency, PrimeRevenue is the leading provider of multi-bank Supply Chain Finance (SCF) technology and services. Our open SCF platform and working capital advisory services provide these organizations with the control and flexibility required to drive superior SCF results, reducing cost, capital and risk throughout their supply chains and forging stronger supplier relationships. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, PrimeRevenue also has offices in Paris, Frankfurt and Prague in Europe, as well as in Melbourne, Australia, and operates some of the largest SCF programs for customers around the globe. For more information, visit

To read the entire press release, click on the link below:

PrimeRevenue’s Helping Hands Reach Out to Those in Need.


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