|By PR Newswire||
|April 18, 2014 02:21 PM EDT||
KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Taylor Business Group, an IT management consulting and coaching firm serving IT Solution Providers nationwide, is proud to announce that John Christophersen has accepted the position of President. Larry Schulze, founder and Principal Consultant, will be stepping down after 13 years dedicated to building the company he started in 2001 with his wife Elaine Schulze.
The Taylor Business Group (TBG) brings over a decade of experience to IT Solution Providers through speaking engagements, consulting, peer-to-peer groups and management workshops. "Paving the road to profitability for IT Solutions Providers" is not merely a claim, but a fact substantiated by the hundreds of providers they've served, finding solutions to complex management, finance and accounting challenges with a multifaceted approach focused on increasing profits and efficiency.
John Christophersen, former CEO of the largest independent Apple dealer in the Chicago Metro Area, has been in the electronics industry for over 30 years and with TBG for seven years as a Senior Consultant. His variety of technical, sales and management experience in the IT industry has helped TBG evolve in to the success it is today.
"As one of our premier Senior Consultants, John has been instrumental in the company's growth over the past seven years. With John's experience, leadership skills and energy, we are excited and look forward to John leading TBG to the next level," remarks Larry Schulze, current President.
Both Larry and Elaine Schulze plan to remain involved with the company, noting that Larry will continue to lead workshops and run his Business Improvement Groups.
To learn how your IT Service Provider can improve efficiency and increase profits, visit the Taylor Business Group at http://www.taylorbusinessgroup.com.
Also feel free to connect with John Christophersen on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnchristophersen.
SOURCE Taylor Business Group
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