Stan Scott, Managing Partner, is a founding partner of Scott Global. Stan’s focus is operational leadership. He has significant industry and consulting experience in industries that include aerospace, hitech, and CPRD. He has special expertise improving operations for companies who provide a combination of design, manufacturing, and services.
Most recently, Mr. Scott was with Capgemini, a large management consulting firm. He had responsibility that included sales, marketing, delivery, and the development of thought leadership. Among other roles and titles, Mr. Scott was the Aerospace Sector Lead for Capgemini’s Service and Parts Management Practice.
From 1995 to 2000, Mr. Scott managed a supply chain operation for GE Aircraft Engine Services. He led a complex, multi-site, end-to-end supply chain group in a highly matrix-managed organization. Here he developed vision and direction, and implemented strategy for the end-to-end Supply Chain, eliminating waste while driving changes for customer excellence.
Prior to GE, Mr. Scott was with LTV starting in 1985 during the acquisition of LTV by The Carlyle Group and the later the sale to Northrop Grumman. While with LTV and then Northrop Grumman he led cross-functional teams and time sensitive projects in both commercial and military aircraft applications. One such project was the start up of the new Aircraft Door Center. He left Northrop Grumman in 1995 to take a larger role at GE.
Mr. Scott has holds a B.A. from Azusa Pacific University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Contact info: Stan.Scott@SGCPartners.com
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has worked with global
telecom majors and has managed high profile investments in the
technology, software and manufacturing sectors. Mr.Chandel, during
his 15 years of experience in the Automotive and Telecom Industry,
managed P&L for Hi-tech
In his most
recent assignment, with the world’s
was shaping the
investment direction of the telecom and computing industry for
service providers across NA, EMEA and Asia.
evaluating and deciding
develop the required technology
and IP Resources for the
lies in creating sustainable future growth for technology companies
while effectively capitalizing the intellectual capital and
leveraging the capital and operational
such private and public corporations. His scope of responsibility
has included revenue accountability for $40 – $150M portfolios
through spending on
up to $50M.
Mr.Chandel is a
recognized industry expert advising CxOs for global
telecommunication and public policy developers on profitable
information and entertainment resources. He brings the bottom line
management skills to Scott Global along with an excellent network of
Investment Bankers, and rapidly growing telecom and broadcasting
service companies and automobile ancillaries in India and the US.
Mr.Chandel holds an
Engineering degree in Materials and Metallurgy, from
of Technology (IIT), and an MBA from
Cox School of
University, in Dallas, TX.
is focussed on corporate strategy, marketing and communications. He has important experience in the analysis, formulation
and execution of integrated marketing communication plans across all media.
Kirk Otis, Partner,
has extensive experience in the development and execution of strategic transactions with third parties to address product gaps, embrace new technologies, grow revenue and complete cost competitive solutions working in close collaboration with business leaders. Previously he directed Corporate Development activities at Nortel Networks and DSC Communications for 18 years. He has a foundation in Finance holding executive positions at LTV and began he career at PriceWaterhouseCoopers. He identifies and communicates synergy among technologies, products and channels, allowing market expansion and growth, and has a proven track record of facilitating sound decisions and executing over 30 strategic transactions.
Jerry has background on both sides of the marketing paradigm, initially with a helicopter manufacturer in marketing services then with a
business-to-business advertising agency in client development. As vice president, his responsibilities included account supervision,
creative administration and strategic planning and business expansion for clients.
Mr. Gladysz then formed Market Relations, Inc. as a fully integrated, marketing support organization. His philosophy was to achieve client
goals by developing a special relationship with the client markets through integrated communications.
Industry experience covered aviation, wireless infrastructure, building products, defense technology and precision machine tools.
Competencies include marketing communication planning, advertising, public relations, Internet site development, identity design,
packaging, video production, trade show support and direct marketing.
Jerry holds a B.S. in Business Administration/Marketing from John Carroll University and a MBA from Texas Christian University.
He has taught Public Relations at Texas Christian University as well as Leadership and Sales Management at Concordia University.
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His specialties include developing strategic relationships, mergers and acquisitions, equity participation, divestitures, spinouts, restructuring, joint ventures, venture investing, venture capital relationships, board membership and advisory, negotiations, market and technical due diligence, integration planning and execution.
Mr. Otis holds a B.S. in Information Systems, Accounting and Finance from Bowling Green, and a MBA from Southern Methodist University; he is a CPA.
Advisor, has experience in building new businesses, technology, and international partnerships. He grew up in New York City; speaks Mandarin, French, Spanish, and lives in Shanghai. He has spent the last ten years in technology and the last four years building working relationships with manufacturing and finance organizations throughout Asia, with a focus on Greater China.
He is currently a Managing Partner for The Nicobar Group (http://www.nicobargroup.com/), which he co-founded in 2004. The Nicobar Group addresses Western private equity firms and manufacturing companies need to work with a trusted, multicultural team in Asia.
In 1997 he co-founded E Ink (http://www.eink.com/) and serves as an Executive Advisor to the company. After pioneering the original research at the MIT Media Lab, he led the development and transfer to manufacturing of E Ink’s electronic materials. He then moved to the business side and structured manufacturing alliances with multi-billion dollar electronics companies throughout Asia, where he was first exposed to the opportunities and challenges in setting up East-West partnerships.
He has taught in Harlem and the Bronx and was a bike courier in Manhattan. He is sole or co-inventor on 30 US Patents, has been profiled in the Wall Street Journal, Wired, and Fortune, and was selected by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer. He holds a BS from MIT in Mathematics with a minor in Mechanical Engineering, and an MBA from Stanford.