Alonzo Llorens was featured in an article on the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce website about building his distinguished career in law.
Alonzo has substantial experience in corporate law and represents clients ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies. He began his career as an attorney in the U.S. Department of Treasury's Honors Program and later with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in its Division of Corporate Finance, where he worked closely with companies navigating initial public offerings (IPOs) as well as mergers and acquisitions.
“I noticed two key things,” Alonzo told the chamber. “The IPO process is a transformational moment for the founders as generational wealth is created. Second, very few minority-owned companies go public.”
That started a passion for Alonzo to empower minority-owned businesses to pursue the IPO path if they choose.
“I help them understand what it means to go public, the process and how to get there,” Alonzo said. “The diversity piece is important to me, and it’s one aspect that drew me to Parker Poe where I’m allowed to use my skills in a way that can also fulfill my personal passion.”
Alonzo spoke about how he's been active with the Gwinnett Chamber in Georgia and the Chairman's Club.
“This is a welcoming group where the members are eager to meet one another, who want you to be part of the business ecosystem and want to see how we can help each other,” Alonzo told the chamber. “Gwinnett County is a launching point for businesses of all sizes in all stages of development across industries. The Gwinnett Chamber has a big hand in how that operates.”
You can read the full article here: Building a Distinguished Career in Law, One Relationship at a Time
Gwinnett County is located just outside of Atlanta.