Where are the jobs? Business leader focuses on bringing the U.S. economy back


PITTSBURGH, PA. – Until more Americans get back to work, the economy can’t improve. Business leader Evan J. Segal says the nation’s unemployment rate is crucial for an economic rebound on a national scale and in communities across the country.


Segal’s new book, From Local to Global: Smart Management Lessons to Grow Your Business, shows how both the government and individual Americans can create jobs.


“The current high unemployment rate is a cause of great concern for most Americans,” says Segal. “Throughout my career, I was able to directly create hundreds of new jobs. These were good, solid positions that offered growth opportunities.”


From Local to Global presents a step-by-step process for building an American-based manufacturing business, competing in a global economy and allowing businesses to succeed through smart management practices.


“I believe these smart lessons have applicability to many of the challenges facing our country today,” Segal says. “This book serves as both as an invaluable tool for business executives and shows how intelligence, ingenuity, passion and hard work can successfully grow and create jobs.”


From Local To Global provides business owners and executives with invaluable lessons learned based on the hands-on experience of a successful business leader. Segal demonstrates how a leader can use intelligence, knowledge, passion and capability to build high performing teams that can achieve remarkable results.

 April 30, 2012


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