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137: The Company Is For Keeps | Lance Ruttenberg, CEO, American Textile Company

Eight years from now, when Lance Ruttenberg blows out the candles on a birthday cake celebrating his company's 100th birthday, the CEO of American Textile Company will be savoring an industrial hallmark that no Fortune 500 CEO has ever known. Lance and his brother Blake are today the third generation of Ruttenbergs to own and lead…
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132: Achieving Product Market Fit | Gregg Parise, CEO, Vroozi

In order for a business to be scalable, it must first achieve "product market fit" explains Gregg Parise, who was recently named CEO of Vroozi, a procurement and spend management business that is expected to shortly advance into the ranks of middle-market firms. Join us when Greg explains how cloud computing, mobile technologies, and digital transformations…
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078: Lessening the Overseas Bite for American Manufacturers, Mark Dohnalek, CEO, Pivot International

The pitch is simple: Maximize your Internal Rate of Return (IRR) for new product development. However, the global supply chain behind the pitch is anything but simple.  Join us when Mark Dohnalek CEO, Pivot International explains why his manufacturing design firm has an edge few other middle market firms can match.
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Ultra Electronics, Atlas Elektronic Hatch Suppy Deal

Ultra Electronics, Atlas Elektronic Canada in suppy deal

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