Gary Abyad is the Owner/CEO of TAB Charleston and Lowcountry Business Advisors LLC.
Gary has more than 30 years experience leading multinational companies making and selling specialty products into the B2B marketplace. He applies a successful track record of business analysis, organizational development, and execution of operational excellence and growth strategies to build enterprise value for privately held businesses in the Charleston SC area.
Prior to owning TAB Charleston, Gary held senior positions with Corning Inc, and British Petroleum and most recently served 10 years as President of a $500 Million multinational producer of polymer based specialty fabrics for the personal care products market.
Gary earned his MBA from Syracuse University and his BSME from Lehigh University.
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