Why We’re Awesome
“Their expertise crosses industries and borders and it's been a pleasure working with them for more than a decade, they are definitely innovation-driven entrepreneurs!”Eddie SalazarTLU Men's Soccer Head Coach
“Everything that VOS has developed into is due to the relentless dedication and support which the team has provided the brand since Day 1.”JimmyVOS, The Creator & Head Artisan
“They're top notch and it has been fun working with everyone! International business is very complex and their team of tenured professionals know their craft.”Bati SartiThe Bati Sarti Group
We created all aspects of the VOS brand from ground zero and we’ve spearheaded the brand’s global initiatives for more than a decade.
VOS is a brand that’s been vetted and recognized for the Award for Corporate Excellence (ACE) that’s chosen by the Secretary of State of the United States. Nominations for the ACE are put forward by Chiefs of Mission of U.S. embassies and consulates, for the work of a U.S. company in a particular country like Guatemala. VOS has been a signatory to the United Nations (UN) Global Compact since Day 1 of operations aligning itself with the UN Sustainable Development Goals to be reached by 2030.
We organized and delivered a global cultural exchange for the TLU men’s soccer program and we support them through photography, videography and educational services.
Texas Lutheran University (TLU) is a prestigious private university whose men’s soccer program competes in the SCAC conference of the NCAA DIII ranks. Since 2006 when the current Head Coach took the reigns to the program he also played for as a student-athlete, together we have supported the men’s soccer program for 17+ years in various administrative and strategic capacities.
We strategically developed the Bati Sarti brand for the personal branding of José Alejandro Flores, effectively fusing his nickname (Bati) and one of his family surnames (Sarti).
Bati is a seasoned vet in the trenches of international entrepreneurship who has lived through the good, the bad and the ugly over the years. He has aptly been dubbed “A Global Leader” by The Wall Street Journal and Dr. Zia Khan of The Rockefeller Foundation once introduced Bati to the audience as “one of the most intriguing international entrepreneurs (I’ve) ever met.”