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TJ Maloney is the chairman and CEO of Lincolnshire Management, a private equity firm based out of New York City that invests in lower middle-market companies across a wide array of industries. Founded in 1986, Lincolnshire takes a collaborative approach to private equity investment through extensive research and experience. Maloney joined Lincolnshire in 1993, has been on the investment committee, and is actively involved with its portfolio companies. Lincolnshire Management’s goal is to provide an operational focus that aims to find potential growth. The firm creates a tailored execution plan designed to implement projects and improve processes and systems.
Nitin Khanna, CEO of Mergertech, a Mergers and Acquisitions advisory company that provides tech consulting services through global relationships and quality expertise from its team. The dedicated entrepreneur got his start working at Oracle and in paper manufacturing after graduating from Purdue. The Portland-based entrepreneur has endured a long road to success while simultaneously pursuing his passions.
Globalization is a topic that looms large in the world of modern commerce. It seems no industry is untouched by the changing demands of the increasingly interconnected world of business. Where it was once only large multinational corporations that needed to focus on how the economies and political situations of foreign countries might affect their day-to-day operations, now even the smallest startup is forced to find their place in the world at large. For the modern entrepreneur to succeed in this environment, they need to seek out resources that are informed about the new global economy. Glen Wakeman, an internationally experienced startup consultant, is just such a resource.
Joel Friant: Serial Entrepreneur, Free Market Enthusiast and Creator of the ”Original” Habanero Shaker
Joel Friant is a serial entrepreneur, free-market enthusiast, success trainer, writer, and speaker. Joel has mastered many other fields including; home-based business, real estate, and product creation.
Canada’s largest city continues to grow rapidly. Visitors notice numerous construction sites, immigrants from a wide range of countries and a tremendous variety of restaurants. Toronto features an impressive craft beer selection as well. Three-hundred breweries operate in this city and the surrounding province.