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About Jack Sweeney

Jack Sweeney is editor in chief of Middle-Market Executive. He is the former editor in chief of Business Finance Magazine and recent editorial director for The CFO Alliance. Jack was the founding editor of Consulting magazine today owned by Bloomberg L.P. He served as editor of Integration Management and Washington Technology, both published by The Washington Post Cos. He can be reached at jack.sweeney@middlemarketexecutive.com.

087: Creating a Culture Where Employees Stand Up, Jon Shanahan, CEO, Businessolver

Having grown a business to 600 customers and roughly 600 employees, Jon Shanahan, the CEO of Businessolver, says removing complexity from cluncky old business practices is what fueled the rise of his one-time bootstrapped firm. Join us when Jon explains why growing a business is often about being prepared for the unexpected. Jon's Site
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The Future of Payments and Accounting, Bradley Matthews, Head of Middle Market Product & Marketing, US Bank

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My Firm’s Biggest Workforce Challenge, Ashish Bhutiani, CEO, Function1

“We’re really happy with employee retention at the company over the past 10 years in terms of how many people have stayed. There are always things that we can be doing better, and again, if people are our product, we want to make sure that people who are working at Function1 are really happy about […]

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086: A Pain Remedy for Private Industry’s Healthcare Blues, Tom Kelly, CEO, HealthSmart

Join us when Tom Kelly, CEO of HealthSmart, the largest independent healthcare administrator illuminates the changing healthcare landscape and narrows his lens on the growth opportunities he believes HealthSmart is uniquely positoned to pursue.
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085: The Roots of Dynamic Management, Tillie Hidalgo Lima, CEO, Best Upon Request

Concierge services companies first began  dotting the business landscape  more than twenty years ago, but only a few have successfully climbed into the ranks of missle market firms. Join us when Tillie Hidalgo Lima, CEO of Best Upon Request reveals the singular path her firm is now blazing as it champions employee freedom both internally and…
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What is Your Middle-Market Company’s Biggest Growth Obstacle? Randy Thompson, CEO, Thompson Gas

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084: At Odds With The Elephants: How Middle-Market Firms Compete Against Large Enterprises

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My Growth Priorities: Kirsten Dolan, COO, Parking One

Over the next 12 months, what are the top priorities for this middle-market business? Kirsten Dolan: Well, you hit on one, which is really shoring up the financial part, and as part of the Forum 7 group with The Commonwealth Institute, which is a group of women who are all executives who help guide me, […]

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How Does Your Middle Market Firm Compete Against Much Larger Firms, Ken Makovsky, CEO, Makovsky Integrated Commuications

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Is your middle market business deeply rooted within its community? Mary Miller, CEO, Jancoa, Cincinnati, OH

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