Byron Roth is the Owner and President of The Alternative Board (TAB) Lehigh Valley, encompassing the areas of Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and Nazareth and other locations throughout the Lehigh Valley. TAB Lehigh Valley through the combination of advisory boards and private coaching helps forward-thinking business owners improve their business operations and regain control over their lives.
Byron has spent more than 20 years leading small, medium and large sized businesses through varied operational issues including improving competitiveness, organizational restructuring, acquisition of technology, divesting of technology and litigation within multiple categories including aftermarket service, engineering, manufacturing and project delivery.
Byron is also the owner of B Roth Consulting LLC which focuses on organizational structure evaluation and improvement recommendations, international sourcing of materials and other strategic organizational improvements.
Byron has a B.SC. in Civil Engineering from the University of Alberta and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario.
When not working, Byron and his wife enjoy travelling and checking off bucket list destinations.
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