Founder & Chairman –
A leader with
extensive corporate and government experience
His business career began after he received his Bachelors from
Providence College and his MBA from Columbia University Business
School. His first company was General Foods Corporation followed by
Richardson-Vicks, now part of Procter & Gamble.
Following his corporate career, Marty began an entrepreneurial
career that included founding and eventually (successfully) selling
his own company and buying six U.S. businesses for a British public
He has negotiated large incentive packages over the years for
companies such as American Standard, Trane Air Conditioning,
Hubbell, Energizer and more. He has, during that time, met with many
local and county economic development leaders, state heads of
economic development, with the Governors of Arkansas, Colorado,
Connecticut, Florida, Minnesota, New Jersey, Ohio and Texas and with
the President of the United States.
He is a recognized speaker and writer on the subject of state,
county and local economic benefits and incentives.
Marty and his wife reside in Fairfield Connecticut. He has four children
and is an avid golfer who carries a 12