Sam Haugh is Owner of TAB Reno-Tahoe and Business Improvement Services, Inc.
He is a seasoned operating executive with over three decades of hands-on experience, from startup and early-stage companies to mature organizations.
Sam has a multi-functional background in R&D, manufacturing, marketing and finance and is recognized for his ability to develop and enhance teams, products and processes.
He is named inventor on a patent for his work at Hewlett-Packard and was on the team that delivered the web’s first travel mega-site Travelocity.
Sam holds a BS in mechanical engineering and an MBA, both from Stanford University.
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