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Trust your Instincts to Save your Clients Millions

Woman to Watch, Christina Griggs launched Gemsbok Consulting after saving a friend's business on the verge of bankruptcy


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GEMSBOK CONSULTING INC.

CHRISTINA GRIGGS | PRESIDENT

303.249.4687

christina@gemsbokconsulting.com


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For Christina Griggs, this is a practice she lives by. Exposure, at an early age, to business challenges faced by hr family, Griggs learned to navigate through dynamic business conditions and thrive when times get tough. Griggs believes that trusting her instincts is what lead her to found Gemsbok Consulting,a consulting and bookkeeping business, after saving a friend's struggling business on the brink of bankruptcy.

"With my clients, I listen to their story and can see where the problems are and know what they need to do to fix them."

As a financial expert that has worked with hundreds of companies to help them maintain efficient financial and operating structures, Griggs says that trusting her instincts with clients has saved them millions by helping them make better, more informed decisions.

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