WASHINGTON, March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Founded in 2009 by Kenneth Jones, Fusion Ventures, LLC provides small business growth services under performance-based partnership agreements to clients from the Washington, DC area. Perfected over the past three years, the Venture Acceleration Model, an innovation of Jones', now has a proven track record of success.
Jones, who was a business strategy consultant for more than 10 years with Booz Allen Hamilton, a leading provider of management and technology consulting services, was inspired to reinvent traditional consulting methods in order to help small businesses achieve greater success at an accelerated rate. Fusion Ventures differs from conventional consulting firms because of its partnership approach and performance-based compensation structure; Fusion only succeeds when its clients achieve their growth goals.
Having signed on with Fusion and implementing the Venture Acceleration Model, a handful of businesses are now reaping the benefit of astronomical growth they would not have enjoyed otherwise. "The Fusion partnership provided me the same benefits that I would have gained from an equity partner, but without having to relinquish management control of my firm," says Roger Echeandia, Managing Director TIC Security, LLC.
According to Jones, now that the model has proven itself repeatedly, it's time for an official launch. "We are now at a point where our future clients and partners get all the benefits without any of the experimentation," he says.
During his years at Booz Allen, Jones along with his wife, Min, volunteered at the Children's Inn assisting with the Family Dinners program. He was introduced to the charity through Booz Allen Partner Susan Penfield who was on Inn's Board of Directors. The Children's Inn is a privately funded residence that offers a family-centered environment for children who are being treated for life-threatening and debilitating conditions at the NIH.
Jones decided to launch Fusion's new service at this event because the Gala is a celebration of the efforts of AFCEA Bethesda's success in helping The Children's Inn and it exemplifies the power of hands-on partnerships to create tremendous success for the entire community.
Fusion Ventures will sponsor a table at the gala along with new client-partner Rainmakers' Solutions of Windsor, MD. For more information on Fusion Ventures' Venture Acceleration model, visit www.fusiongrowthpartners.com.
SOURCE Fusion Ventures, LLC