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Tim Mroz

Tim Mroz

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Kent County, MI

About Me

Tim Mroz is a West Michigan-based marketing executive with over 14 years of marketing and communications experience. He has worked for a diverse group of companies ranging from Fortune 500 enterprises to locally-based non-profit organizations, and has led several teams to both departmental and company growth. His unique mix of creative and analytical knowledge has propelled several products and companies to industry leadership. Mroz has experience working for a wide variety of industries, including: office furniture, software development, training services, commercial printing and photography. He has an extensive background developing new business relationships and maintaining trusted partnerships with both customers and vendors. Mroz has a proven track record of increasing sales and strengthening customer relationships with budgets of $50,000 and $500,000. Under his marketing leadership, companies have experienced annual sales growth of 8-11%, and increasing the sales pipeline by over 400%. Owning a business means many things to many people, and Mroz’s personal goals and motivations regarding ownership of a business focus on a few key areas: a drive to help his customers succeed and doing his part to invest in the future economic success of the West Michigan region. He is motivated by the product/service, not just the profit margin gained. It’s more than volume sales, distribution efficiencies and profits; it’s how the product/service impacts the customer and their ability to succeed. The bottom line: Mroz believes that good business models that create products/services that solve a market problem offer long-term opportunities for growth.

Interest/Speciality

Health, Medical & Dental, Landscaping & Yard Services, Social Services, Business Services (B2B), Software, Web Design/Tech Services, Furniture and Fixtures, Measuring & Analyzing Instr., Printing, Publishing, Durable Goods, Nondurable Goods

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