“North Fulton Business Radio,” Episode 167: Jim Weber, ITB Partners
On this edition of “North Fulton Business Radio,” Jim Weber, managing partner of ITB Partners joins host John Ray to talk about his consortium of independent management consultants which serves start-ups to midcap companies and beyond. “North Fulton Business Radio” is broadcast from inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta.
Jim Weber, ITB Partners
Jim Weber is Managing Director of ITB Partners, a consortium of independent management consultants providing high value-added solutions to your problems. ITB Partners helps business managers solve their problems by connecting them with high-quality independent management consultants. ITB’s consultants are experienced leaders, discipline experts, and project managers. Clients are publicly and privately owned mid-caps; private equity groups and their portfolio companies, start-ups, acquisitions, and turnarounds. The firm’s industry expertise ranges from consumer packaged goods and manufacturing to supply/chain, logistics, and the service sector. Additionally, they have depth in consumer services franchising, specifically restaurant, hospitality and retail. The core of the firm’s business is the belief that client success is paramount. This belief ensures that the focus is fixed on delivering a high-quality product. This client-focused approach is simple: Listen to understand the client’s needs analysis to provide insight; foster trust to forge a true business partnership; plan, implement and follow-through; and be accountable for results. ITB has a solid track record of success and long-term relationships with high repeat business. The firm’s referenced client list shows high client satisfaction. In addition, the consortium’s depth and breadth of skills, abilities, and experience includes more than 25 years in multi-industry environments, leadership positions in large multi-national organizations, as well as experience in building and leading successful businesses.
For more information visit itbpartners.com, or email Jim directly.