Quinn Wang is the President and Owner of The Alternative Board (TAB) Central Cincinnati. He has over twenty years’ experience working in global enterprises, mid-sized corporations, as well as small family owned companies across a diverse range of industries. He has held leadership positions in marketing, strategy and business development, sales operations, commercial analytics, manufacturing and plant operations. Most recently, Quinn was the Vice President of Marketing at Associated Materials Inc, an integrated manufacturer and distributor of exterior building materials with annual revenue of $1.3 billion.
In launching TAB Central Cincinnati, Quinn strives to help forward thinking business owners achieve their goals by creating peer advisory boards of noncompeting independent business owners, utilizing TAB’s proprietary tools and established processes, and leveraging his own comprehensive professional experience.
Quinn received his MBA from the University of Chicago and Master’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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