In the Community

As a leading professional services firm, we regard our investment in, and support for, the wider communities in which we operate as an affirmation of our core values.

We aim to be a key partner in our local communities, and we actively seek to build sustainable community relationships based on trust and mutual respect. These relationships involve sharing our expertise and resources, particularly the time and skills of our people.

 

Who Do We Give To?

We support many non-profit organizations in our communities. Our community involvement activities vary from chairing boards, heading up committees, volunteering time, sponsoring events, and monetary donations.

If you have any questions concerning the charities below, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Support For Our People

The involvement of our people is a key component of all our community programs. The time they give ranges from one off team building challenges to regular, consistent volunteering, usually on a monthly basis. The firm supports these activities by giving our staff time off to undertake these activities.

Involvement In Industry And Business Groups

Transworld is a member of many organizations that are supportive of business brokerage or the industries of our clients.

Some of the organizations we support are:

  • Association of Corporate GrowthACG
  • Business Brokers of FloridaBBF
  • Business Network InternationalBNI
  • Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches
  • Commerce Club
  • International Franchise AssociationIFA
  • International Executives AssociationIEA
  • Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
  • International Society of Business AppraisersISBA
  • International Business Brokers AssociationIBBA
  • Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
  • M&A Source
  • Local Chambers of Commerce, Georgia Association of Business BrokersGABB
  • Colorado Association of Business BrokersCABI
  • California Association of Business BrokersCABB
  • Texas Association of Business BrokersTABB

Big Brothers Bigs Sisters of East Tennessee

Doug Kose was the Chief Executive Officer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of East TN for five years and ran the agency as a business with a non-profit mission. BBBS had unprecedented success by serving 800-900 children on an annual basis; added a third core program, Mentor 2.0; launched a scholarship endowment for students that graduate high school; won national awards four out of five years including the Pinnacle Award, which less than 1% of 300 agencies are able to achieve. Additionally, the agency financially grew a minimum of 15% each year to become a $1.3 million annual revenue producer. The agency was also a recipient of the Gold Standard Award in 2016 for outstanding program and financial stewardship.

The company supports Big Brothers Big Sisters annual events, Bowl For Kids’ Sake and Cash For Kids Sake. Additionally, the business supports the Wesley House and Emerald Youth Organization, two other great youth serving non-profits in Knoxville.