Prominent CEO, Norm Brodsky, visits The King’s College
NEW YORK—On Wednesday, November 14, 2007, Norm Brodsky, CEO of Citistorage, will speak in the Principles of Business Management and Organization class.
Professor Dawn Fotopulos fostered an on-site exchange between her students and the employees of Citisotrage, culminating in Brodsky’s campus visit.
Brodsky will offer his insight on a variety of topics: what he considers the three most important facets of a business, the necessary criteria for starting a new company, and how to treat the most important asset of any business—employees.
A humorous and well-known entrepreneur, Brodsky has launched numerous businesses including Citistorage, the largest, privately-held document storage business in the United States. Citistorage has received many awards, including the 2006 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Besides being a successful businessman, Brodsky is also a regular contributor to Inc. magazine. His column, "Street Smarts," appears monthly and offers a refreshing take on business management. The column first debuted in 1995 and has been a staple ever since. It remains the most widely-read article in Inc.
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