Southwestern Consulting’s Ron Alford talks with CEO and Founder of Precision Medical Products, Jeremy Perkins, who shares how he turned a self-funded startup formed in 2010 by a few people in a garage into a business with over $20 Million in annual sales across 18 states, and the #1 fastest growing company in Sacramento. Hear his thoughts on embracing routine, clarifying your vision, turning goal-setting into a game, and what he learned from Jeff Bezos, Harvard, and MIT.
Jeremy Perkins has been named a Top 50 CEO in Healthcare Technology by The Healthcare Technology Report.
Prior to launching Precision Medical Products in 2010, Perkins earned a reputation for sales and marketing excellence. After serving as district sales manager for Southwestern, managing more than 60 sales representatives, Perkin’s launched his career in the medical products industry as a senior territory sales manager for DonJoy Orthopedic.
About Precision Medical Products:
Since launching as a self-funded startup in 2010, Precision Medical Products has been helping patients recover from surgery, using its innovative products, programs and DVT prevention offerings. Precision Medical Products has been recognized on the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies in America and has been awarded a variety of innovation awards for its patented products.
Learn more at PMPMed.com.
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