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Scott Lerner: Why Corporations Should Embrace the Entrepreneurial Mindset

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Published Aug 29, 2022, 4:00 AM

On today’s episode Scott Lerner shares the importance of innovation, creativity, and resilience in the corporate environment. Listen in as Deborah and Scott discuss how to establish relationships with your team in a small business environment, being open to change in all phases of growth, and why the biggest challenge to scaling isn’t your marketing efforts, but internal communication.

 

Scott Lerner is a consumer products veteran with over 20 years of experience in the consumer packaged goods industry, having previously worked for PepsiCo, ConAgra Foods and Kimberly-Clark, where he managed iconic brands such as Naked Juice, Quaker Oats, Scott Tissue and Parkay Margarine. In 2008, Scott created his own beverage brand called Solixir, resulting in a successful exit in 2014. Following the sale of Solixir, Scott partnered with the private equity group VMG partners to become the CEO of Kernel Season’s, where he introduced new product lines, increased profitability by 30% and oversaw the sale of the company to Highlander Partners. Mr. Lerner was most recently the CEO of food brand Farmhouse Culture, where he partnered with private equity investors to reposition the brand in order to capitalize on growing health and wellness trends.

 

You can connect with Scott in the following ways:

www.betterchoicecompany.com

www.halopets.com

 

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