Business Leader, Board Director and CEO Advisor

Rob is a business advisor for Family and Private Equity owned businesses that need practical solutions in the following areas; leadership development, succession planning, corporate governance, strategic implementation, revenue and profit growth.

He has ten years of CEO experience creating value with a public company and a fifth generation family owned company. Rob has led companies through the phases of growth to turnarounds. During his career he has conducted more than $100 million of acquisitions and grown business from $30 million of revenue to more than $350 million. Rob successfully managed as the CEO the restructuring and sale of a $100 million revenue family business. Prior to his CEO experience Rob held executive positions in general management, sales, and operations over a fifteen year period.

Since 2010 Rob has been helping small and middle market companies with some of their toughest business problems as a CEO advisor or Board member.

His current clients are in various industries; consumer products, energy services, distribution, manufacturing, agriculture. Rob currently sits on three family boards and is the lead independent board member for two companies.

Acting as an intermediary for capital, acquisitions and mergers is another service that Rob provides to both Private Equity and Family business. He has worked with Private Equity firms on targeting acquisition candidates and conducting operational due diligence. He has also helped smaller family business with their capital needs by connecting the appropriate financial resources to the family business.

Rob is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, the Turnaround Management Association and the Association for Corporate Growth. He serves as President of the Curing Children’s Cancer Fund. He remains active with his alma mater, Texas A&M University in student recruiting and volunteering time at the Mays Business School Center of New Ventures and Entrepreneurship.

About Ferguson Interests November 28, 2017