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James J. Jackson
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At Large
Consulting Focus: Disciplines
Business Development/Sales Consulting, Marketing, Strategy, Training
Consulting Focus: Industries
Health Care, Manufacturing, Nonprofits, Transportation
Consulting Focus: Management Theme
Consulting Focus: Client Type
Small Business
Consulting Focus: Consulting Firm Type
Mature Solos
Last updated: 7/11/2016
Mr. James J. Jackson, President & CEO, The Essex Group
Professional -- Chapter: At Large
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Professional Information
The Essex Group
President & CEO
353 Spencer Plains Road
06498-3509  United States
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860 399-4431 (Phone)
  Institutional/Nonprofit, Private/Commercial
  Banking/Financial Services, Business Services, Communications/Media, Health Care/Pharma/Biotech, Industrial Manufacturing, Info Tech/High Tech, Law/Legal, Other Industry, Retail/Leisure, Transportation, Utilities
  31-33: Manufacturing, 42: Wholesale Trade, 44-45: Retail Trade, 52: Finance and Insurance, 54: Prof, Scientific, and Technical Services, 55: Management of Companies and Enterprises, 61: Educational Services, 62: Health Care and Social Assistance, 71: Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation, 81: Other Services (except Public Administration)
  Executive Coaching, Facilitation, Leadership Development, Marketing, Organizational Design/Devt, Other, Sales/Business Development, Small/Family Business, Strategy/Planning
Personal Information
United States
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Additional Information
BEE - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Social/Volunteer Organizations
United Way of Naugatuck & Beacon Falls - Board of Directors 18 yrs.
CBIA - Board of Directors 4 yrs.
CBIA - Small Business Advisory Council 1996 to present
Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce - Board of Directors 3 yrs.
Western Connecticut Industrial Council - Board of Directors 3 yrs.
Old Saybrook Chamber of Commerce - Board of Directors 5 yrs.
Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce - Board of Directors 2006 to present
Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce - Trusted Advisors Group Chair 2002 to present
More Information
Developer and Facilitator of Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce's "Side Street to Main Street" Business and Leadership Development Program, 1995 to present. The year-long program assists minority business people in starting or growing a business in CT. The program is funded by a generous grant from Aetna, Inc. and has won a variety of awards from the Middlesex NAACP, the CT district of the US Small Business Administration and the Connecticut Economic Resource Center. Jim was named SBA Minority Small Business Advocate of the Year for 2007 in CT. 2016 marks the 19th consecutive year of the program.
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