Joe McGuire is a seasoned executive with decades of business experience
He has served as CFO and CEO for public and private companies ranging in size from $9 million to $900 million in revenue. As CFO for both public and private companies, he has guided his organization through an IPO and follow-on offerings and completed more than 22 acquisitions. As CEO, he was responsible for restructuring the company. All of this was accomplished while practicing value-centered leadership, and building high-performance teams. He has served Board of Directors and independent owners with integrity and achievement.
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Chief Financial Officer, Not Your Average Joe’s, Inc. Tenure from January 2008. Charged with turning around company performance and crisis management. In October of 2007, NYAJ suffered a significant data breach resulting in the theft of customer credit card data. In addition, NYAJ had not shown a profit since inception. The data breach triggered the company’s lender to freeze all borrowing and availability. By the end of 2008, the credit card breach was settled. In 2009 the company was cash flow positive, and in 2010 earned its first net income, and reduced leverage by half. In 2012 we recapitalized the company for growth bringing in private equity money and doubled the size of the company over the ensuing six years. The pandemic has required closing several locations.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc. Tenure from August 2005 through June 2007. Charged with restructuring the company. Tweeter had suffered several years of declining sales and reduced profit. Closed more than one-third of the stores, exited unprofitable regions and cut corporate overhead by 50%. To manage the lease liability, continued the reorganization in Chapter 11. Completed a going concern sale to a private equity fund. The restructured company had 102 stores in 17 states, and revenue of $500 million with positive cash flow.
Interim CEO, Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc. Tenure from May 2005 through August 2005. Requested by Tweeter’s Board of Directors to act as interim CEO upon the resignation of the existing CEO.
Senior Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer, Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc. Tenure from October, 2001. Direct reports include VP of Finance, VP of Human Resources, VP of Operations and the CIO.
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Information Officer, Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc. Tenure from May, 1996. Responsible for all accounting and administrative functions, external reporting, information systems and investor relations. Responsible for raising capital to fund the growth plan. Tweeter was a $60 million regional retailer in May of 1996, and grew to $900 million in revenue in 26 states. Between 1999 and 2004, Tweeter led its industry in operating income as a percentage of sales.
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