Without a solid foundation, houses are sure to collapse long, long before well-built houses are due to cave in. When applying makeup, no look is complete without the most basic cover-up of all – foundation. In cheerleading, manufacturing a stunt pyramid is impossible without strong boys or girls at the bottom capable of holding their higher-up counterparts in a stable fashion.
No more examples are necessary to demonstrate that foundations are immeasurably important for everything in life. The same goes for businesses; without a strong figure of leadership or team of leaders at the center of such entities, they’re many times more likely to fail than their well-led counterparts.
GreenSky LLC of Atlanta, Georgia is one of those well-set figurative brick houses of a business
Led by Mr. David Zalik – he’s the CEO of GreenSky LLC and its subsidiary lending program, GreenSky Credit – GreenSky is one of Atlanta’s leading financial technology companies. Zalik created GreenSky and GreenSky Credit in 2006 without a college degree, direct experience in the fintech – financial technology – business industry, or raising capital from rounds of investors. Zalik worked hard and smart enough to become a billionaire, allowing GreenSky Credit to effectively grow as rapidly as a fully-fledged startup among the likes of the countless tech startups found throughout Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area in the center-most coastal region of the Golden State.
What is GreenSky Credit and its parent company GreenSky up to in today’s ultra-competitive world of financial technology commerce?
Currently – at least as of midnight on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 – the share price of GreenSky LLC (NASDAQ: GSKY) is $19.25. The company had opened up its common stock shares to the public for the very first time just a few weeks ago, holding open spots for some 38 million shares to be gobbled up by profit-minded investors.
GreenSky Credit offers tons of relatively small loans to prospective debtors; personal and commercial builders alike can receive up to $65,000 to renovate buildings, homes, and other living spaces, for example.