Customer needs are the only reason why a business exists. When investing on behalf of our customers, we always inform them of the true situation. We would not make customers expect excessively much of us, but give them increasing real returns over a sustained period. This way, customers will become more and more satisfied.
High employee satisfaction
Developing a company is the process of selecting talents inside and outside it. Talents do not need much management: Bring the right people together, and they will willingly serve the company. An enterprise’s strategy should be shown to all its employees. An excellent enterprise is the ultimate work place for excellent employees.
High shareholder satisfaction
While its customer base has grown from only one investor in the early days to over 2000 investors at present, Everest has always adhered to the credo, “Customers need solid returns, and even if a loss is incurred, it is Everest’s money that will fill the hole”. Today, our goal is clearer – to help investors share the wealth of companies that lead the world’s economic growth.
Low overall corporate cost
In an enterprise, only first-class employees would be able to make first-class products, which, in turn, will bring first-class customers. Giving talents a good pay would ultimately reduce costs. An enterprise could be small in scale, but must be strong enough to survive. It should avoid growing large in scale without developing significant competitiveness.