Josh Jambon Shines a Light on Brighter Futures.

Josh Jambon, a global entrepreneur, based out of Golden Meadow, Louisiana, will be awarding scholarships to several students of the local high school this month. Devoted to the idea of victory, Jambon says he is driven by his love for winning in business – not for money, but for the thrill of the win. He adds, “Along the way if I can help families achieve what they are looking for, I will bring them along.” For him, awarding these scholarships is his opportunity to play a crucial role in developing the successful life of those students.

Josh Jambon

Josh is the founder and President of Jambon Boats. Jambon Boats is a well-known provider of offshore specialty transportation vessels; the demand for which has expanded immensely internationally. In 25-years of dedicated service, Josh has watched his work hard work pay off with over 62 office locations spread across the world. Devoted to producing the most dependable boat rental company in the world Jambon is aggressively developing the largest commercial fleet in North America with a promise to continue delivering superb customer service. Currently, Jambon Boats conducts extensive business in the Nigeria, the largest producer of oil on the African continent.

Having attended college in his home state at Nicholls State University Louisiana, Jambon graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management. He has a clear understanding of the commitment it takes to drive a business to success. Josh is very focused on boosting the busy port’s construction efforts and aiding in bringing the population to the forefront of the nation when it comes to conducting business. He believes the brightest future lies in the minds of our youth.

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Josh Jambon Delivers on Common Goals

Based in Golden Meadow, Louisiana, Josh Jambon is a successful businessman and entrepreneur. As the founder and CEO of Jambon Boats, he is a respected provider of offshore support vessels for the oil and gas industry; the demand for which has expanded immensely internationally. During his 25-years of dedicated service to the industry, Josh has accumulated a mass of support and recognition for his contributions which has led to his success with over 62 office locations throughout the world.

Josh Jambon
Josh Jambon

Devoted to producing the most dependable specialized vessel company in the world, Jambon is aggressively developing the largest commercial fleet in North America with a promise to continue delivering superb customer service. Currently, Jambon Boats conducts extensive business in the Nigeria, the largest oil producing country in Africa.

Josh attended Nicholls State University – a public University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. In 1998, he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management. Jambon is also a distinguished humanitarian, demonstrating throughout his lifetime dedication to helping others. With some prominent affiliations, such as Knights of Columbus, Masonic Lodge, South Lafourche Boosters Club, and the Tiger Athletic Foundation, Josh Jambon is a committed servant to community endeavors and participation. Strengthened by the desire to see the local economy flourish, Josh is focused on boosting the busy port’s construction efforts. He is also aiding in bringing the population to the forefront of the nation when it comes to conducting business. In fact, his support for building a brighter future for Golden Meadow and others, Jambon is planning on giving out several scholarships to the local high school over the course of this month.

Josh Jambon – Joint Ventures

Josh Jambon built Jambon Maritime Service LLC from the ground up, starting it as a small supplier of support vessels to oil and gas companies in the Gulf of Mexico, into an International firm.

Josh Jambon

“We have offices on all continents and have the capabilities of providing any type of vessels for the oil and gas industry,” he says. “We have a JV with a major brokerage firm that facilitates us to have our vessels work around the globe.”

A JV, or joint venture, refers to a temporary partnership such as the joint venture the company entered into in 2003, when Jambon of Nigeria established a join venture in that West African nation. As he knows, companies form these temporary partnership to gain mutual benefits, which are realized in several ways. They may share costs, risks, and the rewards at the end of the day. Joint venture partnerships may speed up the expansion of a business that is getting into new markets by gaining access to specialized skills, or just by getting a foothold in that new market. One partner in the joint venture, for example, may have a strong presence in the market that the other partner is trying to get into.

The key objective in a joint venture is growth, which is typically sought by both of the partners. And as Josh Jambon knows, it must provide clear benefits to both of the partners, as in those partnerships that have gained Jambon Maritime Service entry into Nigeria, Ghana, and Brazil, among others.