June 2020

David Talon

David Talon is a business growth, strategy and execution expert with 20+ years of experience leading new domestic and international business development, setting up distribution networks, increasing top-line revenues and building cohesive teams in the USA, Latin America, Europe and Asia. David has hands-on project management experience helping to create changes in the strategies, plans, systems, and procedures to rapidly increase sales, market penetration and new business growth. David is a Certified Executive Coach with a strong understanding of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) required to adapt business practices to local and regional market considerations. He focuses on early-stage and rapidly growing small-to-medium sized businesses ($0 – $50 Million) with a willingness and capability to expand in both US and foreign markets. David holds an MBA in International Business with a minor in Latin American Geopolitics and has lived in South America and Mexico.

Eric Zeitlin

Eric Zeitlin’s broad expertise covers every aspect of product development, including idea generation, design, development, prototyping, packaging, patents, marketing, and licensing. He has degrees in Business and Product Design, as well as an MBA, and teaches college-level classes in Business, Economics, and Product Design. He holds 7 U.S. patents, and has signed six license agreements for his products.

Eric developed over a dozen retail products for Marie Callender’s, available in supermarkets around the U.S. and Canada. He was the industrial designer for the Zip Pen sold in Office Max, Office Depot, and Staples. Eric currently designs innovative kitchen gadgets that have been sold in TJ Maxx, Ross, and Marshalls. He is a Lead Consultant at the Boulder Small Business Development Center, where he helps entrepreneurs launch new products and services, as well as grow their existing businesses.

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