JP's business career began in public accounting, but he soon shifted gears and moved into and through sales,
marketing, materials management, business planning, general management and into senior executive positions. He was one of the youngest
VP's in the history of a prominent multinational corporation, managed wholly-owned subsidiaries based throughout
Jay has managed companies in sizes ranging from startup to being president/CEO of a billion
dollar corporation. He has managed both direct sales forces and independent dealer networks - racking up national export awards,
market share increases and achieving dramatic shifts in both dealer and employee satisfaction along the way. JP has been a guest speaker
at events hosted by CIDA, EDC and various export forums across
The companies Jay has been associated with include Boart
No stranger to challenges, Jay's name became connected with turnarounds in one form or another. Early in his career he learned that these situations invariably require attention to at least two of the three elements that later became his Pillars of Profitable Enterprises (TM). He also learned that the Pillars apply to all enterprises be they large or small, public or private, start-up or decades old.
In 2003 JP decided to turn his attention back to owner-managed enterprises and since then has made his expertise available to a wide group of entrepreneurs.
Jay is a graduate of
Roszell & Associates
more money ... and the time to enjoy it
“Although coaching is a structured process delivered during fixed appointments through the month, I am available to my clients by phone, email or carrier pigeon 24 hours a day”