Global Management Enterprises recognized

Published 11:27 am Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Lake Charles company Global Management Enterprises and its owner, Dalia Matheus, were recognized by Louisiana Economic Development earlier this month. In addition to the Louisiana Economic Development Department’s usual recognition of business owners who exemplify Louisiana’s entrepreneurial spirit, the Louisiana Small Business Awards ceremony hosted by LED Secretary of State Don Pierson included recognition of the state’s most resilient businesses after a particularly challenging year-and-a-half.

Global Management Enterprise LLC is a staffing and management company created to help businesses and industries find the skilled and motivated people they need to be competitive in today’s global marketplace. It is one of the businesses recognized for being able to provide much-needed support to the community in response to the pandemic and hurricanes. Global Management Enterprise was able to increase revenues and provide employment opportunities for over 60 individuals.

According to the SBA, small businesses account for 53 percent of Louisiana workers, and 99 percent of Louisiana employers,” Gov. John Bel Edwards told attendees of the virtual event.

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“Everyday we witness their dedication to their companies, their employees and their communities

Pierson noted that LED and the Louisiana Small Business Development Center Network served 17,534 small businesses and individuals last year directly resulting in 2,136 new jobs, 2,111 retained jobs and the launch of 134 new businesses representing more than $93 million in capital formation.