|By PR Newswire||
|April 21, 2014 06:56 PM EDT||
ALISO VIEJO, Calif., April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TriVista, a global management consulting firm, announced that Consulting Magazine has honored TriVista Senior Vice President Mike McSweeney with the Rising Stars of the Profession - Top 35 Under 35 Award in the Operations Management Category. The Kennedy Information Publication acknowledges consultants throughout the nation who are recognized for their prominent leadership and astounding accomplishments. McSweeney will receive official recognition of his achievement during the Rising Stars of the Profession Awards Dinner on Thursday, April 24 in Chicago, Illinois.
"I hand chose Mike to be my first employee when I started the firm back in 2007 and he has been a driving force behind our growth and success ever since," said Tim Ristoff, CEO & Founder. "His tenacity and determination to achieve success and build our brand on a global scale have been key ingredients for launching our company into the international marketplace. His passion and enthusiasm for the business is undeniable and we are very grateful for his dedication to the team."
McSweeney's dedication to the firm and leadership skills have led him to achieve many accomplishments: he has managed over 50 consulting engagements for a wide range of diverse clients, and provided merger and acquisition advisory services for more than 20 Private Equity firms. He is a critical member of TriVista's Global Executive leadership team.
The TriVista team congratulates McSweeney for earning this honorable award.
TriVista is a global management consulting firm founded to help middle market companies, often working with their private equity partners, tackle complex challenges and turn their operations into a springboard for growth.
TriVista's global team comprises professionals with extensive industry, functional, management and advisory experience who have implemented operational best practices at some of the world's most respected companies. Leveraging this experience—as well as TriVista's structured, fact-based approach to operational improvement—they have helped clients across a variety of industries minimize risk, enhance customer satisfaction and margins, and reduce working capital.
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