Mr. Bob Hersh Discusses Capital Allocation to Productive Assets
Live from Inforum 2019, Energizing EAM Podcast interviews Bob Hersh, Partner at Grant Thornton. In this interview, Bob discusses the steps necessary to properly allocate precious capital to productive assets. This is a must listen-to podcast if you are interested in achieving the greatest “bang” for your industrial buck. Find out more about Bob by the links below and reach out to connect. Also, get your free InforEAM Toolkit, exclusive free access to the Industrial Academy and free webinar access to Building a Powerful Sales and Marketing Platform. All links designed for keeping you current in a rapidly changing Industrial Market. Enjoy!
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