During the economic crisis, many executives have understandably shifted their focus from growth to survival. But certain innovative companies have engaged in what economists call "countercyclical behavior," hoping to gain a competitive edge by putting aggressive new initiatives in place at a time when others stood still.
In this dynamic discussion, you'll hear from four executives who have made significant changes to their organization during the downturn through:
capital investment mergers and acquisitions plant expansions
Find out how they transformed their businesses, why, and what you can learn from these progressive thinkers.
Kirk Green, President/CEO, Ferrari Color
Richard Labiuk, VP Financial Operations, Holland & Crosby Ltd
Greg Root, President, SuperGraphics
Jared Smith, President, bluemedia
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