Help for business at a crossroads

Reynolds, Dan
April 2008
Inside Tucson Business;4/21/2008 From Beginners to Bigshot, Vol. 17, p10
The article reports on the success of Michael Pearson, founder of Union Packaging LLC in Yeadon, Pennsylvania. He works at a packaging container maker Pfizer Inc. and got good training in the packaging business at Westvaco Corp. He learns the language he needed to deal with the financial folks and cites that there are several vehicles to raise capitals. He suggests anyone who starts a business to have the passion for the idea or concept and believe it wholeheartedly.


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