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175: How Two Leaders Advance as One | Paul Kenyon, Co-CEO, Avecto

Join us when Paul Kenyon, co-CEO of Avecto, explains how the cybersecurity firm's impressive growth path was blazed using a co-leadership mix that few companies can likely match. Learn what talent initiatives Paul views as priorities when it comes to driving future growth.   Quick hits: 60-Second Insights Guest: Paul Kenyon, co-CEO Company: Avecto Headquarters: Manchester,…
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160: The Power of Meetings | Shaun Ritchie, CEO, Teem

  Join us when Shaun Ritchie, CEO, Teem, explains how a growing need for collaborative workplace environments is opening the door to new tools and technologies that can help companies better manage as well as empower their people.  Prior to Teem, Shaun co-founded Neutron Interactive, an Internet marketing and online lead generation company. Quick Hits: 60-Second…
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156: Setting Down American Roots | Glenn Nott, President, simPRO Software, N.A.

What are your priorities for growing this middle-market business over the next 12 months? Glenn: "Our priorities are to look at those areas of the business that we may need to tweak and adjust them as we start to really open up the doors and explore the local market here in Colorado. And then, as…
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116: The Middle Market’s Leadership Calling

Fred Burke, CEO, Guardian Pharmacy At the beginning, there was just a business model in search of an industry niche. Or at least that’s how Fred Burke likes to begin telling the story of Guardian Pharmacy, LLC — the third largest long-term-care pharmacy company in the U.S. Chris Reed, CEO, Reed's Inc. When Chris Reed decided it…
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090: When Business Growth Equals Personal Growth, Tim Hebert, CEO, Atrion

The rise of a middle-market business houses a multitude of stories, but few are as compelling as that of a founder who strives to stay in step with a quickly expanding enterprise. Entrepreneurial "exits" are the accepted rite of passage for many firms when one-time leaders quietly stomach the unspoken notion that their creations may have in…
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Eliminate Toxic Employees to Keep Your Innovative Edge

In a middle-market company, one of the primary challenges is to retain that innovative startup feel within a larger company context. The key to preserving this is your people. If any of those people are toxic, then they’re your No. 1 threat to innovation. Toxic employees hinder innovation — period. They don’t want the company to be successful and will […]

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Tune Out This Election Dialog If You’re Looking to Sell in 2016

Election year for the corporate community can be defined by one word: limbo. This kind of environment can be restrictive for middle market companies considering an exit, as political uncertainty can make decisions more difficult on both the buy and sell sides of a transaction. But democracy reigns in America. This year, business owners can […]

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049: Inside a World of Rentals, Peter Handal, CEO Smart Source

What’s it like being in the computer and audio visual rental business these days?  Join us when Peter Handal, CEO, Smart Source, explains how a national footprint and  a keen focus on logistics allows Smart Source to respond to the ebb-and-flow of demand for short- or medium-term technology rentals.
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As More Midmarket CFOs Sharpen Their Customer Focus, More Are Smitten with the Cloud

A business realm long populated by headstrong entrepreneurs and family-owned businesses, the middle market is experiencing a wave of technology adoption that seems intent on further upending the traditional laws of business competition as it diminishes the size advantage that large enterprise companies have long enjoyed. When it comes to the middle market’s growing appetite […]

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048: Why All Business is Local, Will Fleming, CEO, MotionPoint Corp.

What types of challenges do companies face when selling online to consumers in foreign markets? Join us when Will Fleming, CEO, MotionPoint Corp., explains how helping businesses to translate, communicate and sell their products and services to foreign consumers became his own firm’s growth formula. ¤  
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