David is the owner and CEO of TAB – Upstate South Carolina, covering the metro regions of Greenville, Spartanburg and Anderson – and CEO of Growth Factor Group a business strategy firm. With over 30 years of general management experience and business development leadership, David has both a passion for and a proven track record of helping business owners become better strategists and better leaders. He has a BS in Industrial Design from Arizona State University and also consults as Managing Partner for Worldspire, a global market research and sales performance organization.
He works with nearly 20 prominent business owners on three TAB Boards. He serves on TAB International Marketing Advisory Board, is a member of the Downtown Greenville Rotary, serves on the Roper Mountain Lights Board of Directors and is a member of Covenant United Methodist Church in Greer.
Having the opportunity to relocate just about anywhere in the Southeast, moved to the Upstate for the areas economic and international business growth and attractive outdoor life – the latter complimenting his passion for running, biking and triathlon sports. He lives in Greenville, SC with his wife, Jackie and son Kevin who works at BB&T in Greenville. His two daughters, Kelli and Kori live in other parts of the country.
With a passion for pushing the limits in all aspects of life, David completed Ironman Florida in Nov 2014. Where are your passions and goals in life? With a TAB Board and coach you will achieve them!
To learn more about TAB, or be considered for membership in a board please contact me. I would love to get to know you better over a cup of coffee or lunch!
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