is a seasoned Management and Financial Consultant who has
been providing advisory services to clients within the areas
- Strategic and Marketing Planning
- Operations Planning and Budgeting
- Joint Ventures, Supply and Distribution Analysis
- Profit Improvement Programs & Management Controls
- Capital Expenditure Budgeting and Decision-Making
- Mergers, Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances
- Cash Flow and Working Capital Management
- Corporate "Turnarounds" and Major Problem Solving
- Product and Business Profitability
Prior to his consulting work, Ed served major corporations
as: Budget Director, Assistant Controller and Financial Manager.
He has advised numerous organizations ranging in size from
$5 million in annual sales to many on the Fortune 100 companies,
as well as government agencies, educational institutions and
trade associations. Ed has held international assignments
in Asia, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
His business and industry exposure is quite broad including
manufacturing, distribution, technology, consumer products,
financial institutions, transportation, service organizations
and construction/real estate.
He is an investor, member of the Board of Directors and/or
part owner of a number of business enterprises.
His present/previous academic accomplishments include Adjunct
Professor, Cornell University; Course Leader, Lecturer, American
Management Association; Guest Lecturer, New York University,
Boston University, University of Massachusetts, The Wharton
School, University of Hartford; Assistant Professor of Finance,
Ed is the author of one book, The Essentials of Finance
and Accounting For Non-Financial Managers, (published
by Amacom) and numerous articles. He is listed in: Who's
Who In Leading American Executives, Who's Who Worldwide, Who's
Who in America and Who's Who In The East. He
received a BBA degree in Economics and an MBA in Financial
Management from the City University of New York, Bernard M.
Baruch School of Business and Public Administration.
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