The Patterson Law Firm, LLC has joined Opportunity International in their efforts to provide access to small business loans, savings, insurance and training to more than four million people in some of the world's most remote and impoverished areas.
What does OI stand for?
OI stands for Opportunity International (Oak Brook, IL)
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We have 18 other meanings of OI in our Acronym Attic
- Operation Ivy (Ska band)
- Operational Instruction
- Operational Instrumentation
- Operational Issue
- Operations Integration
- Operations Interface
- Operator Interface
- Operator Interrupt (telecommunications)
- Opportunistic Infection
- Opportunity Illuminator (radar)
Samples in periodicals archive:
She will become chief executive officer of microfinance nonprofit Opportunity International (OI), in Oak Brook, Ill.
Fortunately, in 2006, Opportunity International Bank of Malawi (OIBM) began to offer savings deposits services to their clients.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Mark Smalls New Position: Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Organization: JAMS (the largest private alternative dispute resolution provider in the world) Location: Irvine, CA Former Position: Senior Vice President, Marketing at Opportunity International Background/Responsibilities: As CMO, Smalls oversees marketing and communications strategy.
These concepts were put to use again when three men; Canadian Pastor Ross Clemenger, American business executive Al Wittaker and Australian entrepreneur David Bouseau sowed the seed of what is now called Opportunity International (01).
While not wishing to diminish the value of Christian charitable groups like his own, Opportunity International Canada president Gary Walsh says economic reforms must play an important role in easing poverty.