Making it in business despite the odds; the Story of John Goullet

There aren’t many businesses that are owned by minorities doing well in the world of business. This is because even though we like stating the country is a land of equal opportunity for everyone, it is not so for some communities. For instance, when great business ideas come out of Harlem, they are developed and bought off, leaving the area as dry as it was before. These cases are the reason Diversant is seen as a trend setter in many respects. The company, which is owned and led by John Goullet just started a few years ago as a boutique IT solutions firm, but has now become the best provider of the services to the other fortune 500 companies.

Diversant LLC was founded in 2012. John was hoping for some moderate success in serving the IT needs of the business community. The growth and popularity of his business has however put it at par with many other multinationals that had better hopes for success. Before he founded the company, he was working as the CEO of Info Technology. Goullet is a graduate of Ursinus College in Philadelphia. His experience at Info solutions spanned 10 years, hence his intimate understanding of the sector.

The motivation behind starting his company was the observation that most companies had a huge problem when it came to matching talent with the right job positions in the company. The services that he planned to offer included the augmentation of IT staff, creation of diverse solutions that were innovative and hiring employees. John believes that it is very important for companies to always offer the best of their capability to their clients. The company has indeed received many awards as a result of their exemplary leadership.

John is also a very active philanthropist. One of the initiatives that he has taken part in is the Harlem initiative. This is meant to ensure that people who start businesses within the area retain them and help the community around. He is also part of an initiative that talks to high school students who are from the minority communities into getting interested in technical courses for the university.