C & C 1771 is a thriving and stable LLC. To maintain these roots, C & C 1771’s managers are knowledgeable about the industry, proficient in their areas of expertise and creative all at the same time. Our management team is reliable, accountable, and charismatic.
From racing autos and motorcycles, to automotive consulting, service, and inventory, Charles Mitchell has a plethora of experience in the automotive industry first hand. Charles is the founder and visionary of Custom Performance, which is now known as Trask Performance. Charles negotiates all costs with vendors and suppliers with an astounding skill set which allows us to maintain our profit margin and remain competitive. Mitchell Automotive Services has been successful for over 30 years and has maintained a relationship throughout the automotive industry. He is the main salesman for permeated products while managing the marketing aspects of the business at the same time. His expertise in sales and refined negotiation abilities keep the doors open from year to year. Charles remains the ‘face’ of C & C 1771 LLC.
Cynthia Mitchell solicits business, maintains the books, manages the accounting and taxes, maintains cost control and financial planning, participates in trade shows, helps create and proof marketing materials and maintains inventory and customer invoices for the business. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. She is highly knowledgeable on C & C 1771’s operations and invaluable to the business. Her background is all aspects of the insurance industry including but not limited to sales, claims, compliance, underwriting, budget, customer service, workflow and process efficiencies, procedures, and system troubleshooting.
Daniel Milligan has worked in the Customer Service Industry for more than eight years. He holds an Associate’s degree from DeVry University in Computer Network. He has excellent qualifications relating to Intranet, social media, marketing, operations, production, logistics, supply chain, and customer relations. He is a dynamic, highly motivated and creative individual with outstanding communication skills, effective management capabilities with staff and clientele. Daniel exercises exemplary time management and organizational skills to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously.
The old adage is that investors don’t invest in ideas, they invest in people. Some investors even go as far as to say that they would rather invest in a mediocre idea with a great team behind it than a blockbuster idea with a mediocre team.
What this really means is that running a successful business all comes down to execution. Can you actually accomplish what you have planned? Do you have the right team in place to turn a good idea into a great business that will have customers banging down your doors?
The Management Team chapter of your business plan is where you make your best case that you have the right team in place to execute on your idea. The Management Team chapter also shows that you have thought about the important roles and responsibilities your business needs in order to grow and be successful.
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A typical Management Team chapter includes brief bios of each team member with their relevant experience and education highlighted. It’s important here to make the case for why the team is the right team to turn an idea into a reality. Do they have the right industry experience and background? Have members of the team had entrepreneurial successes before?
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