Former CEO of Leading Supply Chain Management Company Joins CEO Coaching International
MIAMI, March 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — CEO Coaching International, the leading firm for coaching growth-focused CEOs and entrepreneurs globally, is pleased to announce Francisco D’Angelo as its newest Partner and Coach.
D’Angelo has extensive experience growing revenue in outsourcing supply chain management services in procurement, contract manufacturing, logistics, and 3PL environment across 13 countries in the Americas. He is skilled at strategic planning, business development, team leadership, customer relations, operational efficiencies, negotiations, and business growth.
D’Angelo held several top leadership roles throughout his 30+ years at Yobel SCM, a leading supply chain management company. As CEO of Yobel Perú, D’Angelo had full P&L/operating responsibility for four FMCG plants (two cosmetics, one packaging, and one fine jewelry), three distribution centers, and a portfolio of supply chain solutions for many top FMCG companies. During his time as CEO, he grew EBITDA by 3X.
Before his role as CEO, D’Angelo served as the Senior VP of Sales & Marketing at Yobel Latin America and had full P&L/sales responsibility for the Americas. He directed a sales team of 60 people in 13 countries and grew sales from $30M to $150M.
“Francisco is a driven and deeply experienced former CEO who has the global business acumen and supply chain expertise to take companies to the next level,” said Mark Moses, CEO and Founding Partner at CEO Coaching International. “I am very pleased to welcome him to our team of expert coaches and know that he will help his clients achieve BIG growth.”
“I am very excited to belong to a group of former professional CEOs with the passion to help companies and their executive teams use the proven and structured Make BIG Happen system to grow revenue and EBITDA,” said D’Angelo. “The opportunity to work with executives across the world with experience in diverse industries makes CEO Coaching International a world-class company,”
D’Angelo served as a Board Member at Yobel SCM for over 25 years. He was also a board member or board chair for several other organizations, including GS1 Perú, Operation Smile Perú, and Gremio Peruano de Cosmética e Higiene (COPECOH).
D’Angelo is an active member of YPO Perú and was the former Chapter Chair from 2016-17. He now lives between Miami and Lima and enjoys watersports such as paddle surfing, water skiing, and sailing, as well as mountain and road biking. He also is an amateur drummer.
To schedule a complimentary introduction call with Francisco D’Angelo or another one of the CEO Coaching International coaches, visit: CEOCoachingInternational.com/coach/francisco-dangelo
About CEO Coaching International
CEO Coaching International works with CEOs and their leadership teams to achieve extraordinary results quarter after quarter, year after year. Known globally for its success in coaching growth-focused entrepreneurs to meaningful exits, CEO Coaching International has coached more than 1,000 CEOs and entrepreneurs in more than 60 countries and 45 industries. The coaches at CEO Coaching International are former CEOs, presidents, or executives who have made BIG happen. The firm’s coaches have led double-digit sales and profit growth in businesses ranging in size from startups to over $10 billion, and many are founders that have led their companies through successful eight, nine, and ten-figure exits. Companies working with CEO Coaching International for three years or more have experienced an average EBITDA CAGR of 30.4% during their time as a client, more than three times the U.S. average and a revenue CAGR of 18.6%, nearly twice the U.S. average. For more information, please visit: https://www.ceocoachinginternational.com.
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