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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.

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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070: Growing by the Sea, Clark Twiddy, CEO, Twiddy & Company

Over the years Twiddy & Company has sank some deep roots in the sandy Outer Banks of North Carolina. Established by Doug Twiddy in 1978, the family-owned rental properties business is today led by CEO Clark Twiddy, who shares his father's discerning appetite when it comes to growth.  Join us when Clark explains the complexities…
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069: Why Talent is Always Personal

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068: Selling Advice for a Piece of the Action, Joe Bizzarro, CEO, Vizant

While the system of management known as gainsharing comes in many flavors, few businesses have used the approach to disarm its traditional competitors as effectively as consulting disrupter Vizant. Join us when Vizant CEO Joe Bizzarro shares his unique consulting mind-set and explains how his firm is driving growth by redefining client relationships. Over the…
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067: Turning Parking Lots into Fields of Green, Kirsten Dolan, COO, One Parking

Focused on maximizing the revenues of parking lots across the country, One Parking likes to say that it helps owners to recognize the revenue potential of their parking assets. Join us when Kirsten Dolan, COO, One Parking, explains how very often "parking assets" are an undernourished source of recurring revenue. Over the next 12 months, what…
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066: A Middle-Market Firm With the Heart of a Start-up, Chris Sullens, CEO, WorkWave

How does a 30-year-old middle-market firm recast itself inside the hypergrowth, talent-hungry, cloud solutions arena?  Join us when Chris Sullens, CEO of WorkWave, explains the mind-set of a company with both start-up smarts and deep middle-market roots. Over the next 12 months, what would be your top priorities for this middle-market business? Chris: Our top…
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065: A Marketplace Where Voices Are Bought & Sold, David Ciccarelli, CEO, Voices.com

The digital economy has made even remote talent highly accessible, but it seems that no two talent platforms operate the same.  Join us when David Ciccarelli, CEO, Voices.com, explains how a number of strategic insights helped to propel the digital platform to become the undisputed number one marketplace for voice talent. Over the next 12…
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064: Mining SMB’s Energy Savings Sweet Spot, Daniel Gold, CEO, Future Energy Solutions

  Join us when Future Energy Solutions CEO Daniel Gold shares his middle-market mind-set as he pulls back on the reins of his fast-growing energy start-up just long enough to prep the firm for its next chapter of headstrong growth. Over the next 12 months, what will be your top priorities for this middle-market business?…
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063: Rob Bohorod, CFO, Yuengling’s Ice Cream

What is the most promising business idea that you have failed to act on? Or have there been so many that it's difficult to single out just one? Join us when CFO Rob Bohorad recalls the idea that just wouldn't stay put and led him to the door of David Yuengling — a member of…
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062: Growing Pains: Four CEOs Share Their Middle Market Pain Points

 
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