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Episode #55

Worldwide Supply

Inspiring Growth-Minded
Business Leaders

Middle Market Thought Leader is about inspiring business leaders to take a leadership leap by opening a new chapter of growth for their middle-market companies. We know that by learning from the failures, Ah-ha! moments, and successes of other middle-market business leaders,
you can take inspired action.

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O74: Valuating Your Middle-Market Brand, Jim Gregory, Chairman Tenet Partners

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My 2016 Growth Priorities: Jay Van Orden, CEO, Worldwide Supply

Over the next 12 months, what are the top priorities for this middle-market business? Jay Van Orden: Sure! Our first priority is to complete our capital race. I think that’s key to us to being able to strengthen our services portfolio and technical knowledge. Second would be to accelerate the growth we’re already experiencing in […]

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How Does Your Sales Team Use LinkedIn, David Mattson, CEO, Sandler Training

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073: Driving Growth By Optimizing Software Functionality, Ashish Bhutiani, CEO, Function1

Join us when Ashish Bhutiani, CEO, Function1, reveals how adding greater functionality to existing enterprise software is endowing his growing consulting firm with a portfolio of prestigious clients.    
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How do you expect your middle market firm to grow over the next 12 months? Daniel Gold, CEO, Future Energy Solutions

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072: Measuring the Economy’s Ebb & Flow: Four Business Leaders Share Their Midmarket Mindsets

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How to Grow Your Middle Market Firm Abroad, Marc Spector, The Spector Group

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My 2016 Growth Priorities: Troy Helming, CEO, Prestine Sun

Over the next 12 months, what are your priorities for growing your middle-market business? Troy Helming: That’s an easy one. Our top priorities are to get our capital structure finalized for the next 7 years of growth, which means, Let’s go out and get a fair amount of equity raised. We’re going to raise at […]

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071: Why “The Riches” Are in “The Niches,” Bob Vormittag, President, VAI

If there's a downside to having a Silicon Valley, it may be that we tend to view the venture-backed business model as the only business model for high-tech firms. There are, of course, many ways to build a high-tech firm, and the path that Bob Vormittag has taken with Vormittag Associates Inc (VAI) has arguably…
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My 2016 Growth Priorities: Jim Taylor, CEO, Falcon Steel Company

Over the next 12 months, what are the top priorities for this middle-market business? Jim Taylor: For us, it’s the recapitalization and bringing new money in, number one. Two, using that new money to help us upgrade some of our equipment processes. Three, finish our enterprise software system. It was started by prior management years […]

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