Scott Zack Demonstrates Importance of National Entrepreneurial Organizations

Scott Zack Michigan

February 4, 2021

Detroit business owner Scott Zack Michigan discusses the importance of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization and other similar initiatives.

Supporting business owners and aspiring business owners alike, a variety of organizations exist to assist, encourage, and promote America’s rapidly growing number of entrepreneurs. A successful Detroit business owner, Michigan resident and entrepreneurial organization advocate Scott Zack Michigan offers a closer look at the work of YPO and the Entrepreneurs’ Organization.

Scott Zack Michigan starts by briefly looking back at the history of the Young Presidents’ Organization, today more often known as YPO. “Now 70 years in the making, the Young Presidents’ Organization, or YPO, was first founded back in 1950,” he reveals.

The Entrepreneurs’ Organization, Zack goes on to point out, while not dating back as far, is still more than 30 years old. “The Entrepreneurs’ Organization was established in 1987,” he adds, “and, today, boasts thousands of members both in the U.S. and internationally.”

Together, the Entrepreneurs’ Organization and YPO combined boast tens of thousands of members in total, says the successful business owner.

Such organizations, Scott Zack, Michigan resident, even decades on, remain especially important to entrepreneurship and the wider business world, both within the country and overseas. “The simple fact that these organizations exist and facilitate learning between existing and new or aspiring entrepreneurs alike is great for our economy,” says Zack, “and other economies around the world where such organizations exist.”

Scott Zack Michigan has seen, first hand, how initiatives such as the Entrepreneurs’ Organization and YPO have provided excitement, passion, and drive into newer and newer generations of entrepreneurs.

According to Scott Zack Michigan, the Entrepreneurs’ Organization operates on a basis of integrity and promotes core values which include respect, trust, and a thirst for learning. YPO, meanwhile, and now with over 25,000 members in more than 130 countries globally, is built upon a framework of mentorship provided by what they call a network of peer leaders, each of whom is passionate about lifelong learning.

“Both organizations, and other entrepreneurial organizations alike, foster environments of trust and respect, first and foremost,” shares Zack, “and confidentiality is often a stipulation, particularly between peer leaders and those who they mentor.”

“It’s also about accessing opportunities,” says the successful Detroit business owner, “and opportunities, I believe, are central to long-term success as an entrepreneur, whatever your field of business.”