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Doug Tatum Author of No Man’s Land

In This Podcast Episode

Rob McNealy interviews Doug Taylor, founding chairman of Tatum, LLC and author of No Man’s Land: What to do when your company is too big to be small and too small to be big.

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Doug Tatum’s Bio

Doug Tatum is the founding chairman of Tatum, LLC the nation’s largest financial and technology executive services firm, with more than one thousand professionals in thirty-three offices across the country. Tatum, LLC provides a broad range of clients that include state and federal government, entrepreneurial emerging growth, private equity sponsored and large multinational companies with strategic, financial, and technology leadership.

Mr. Tatum is a recognized expert on the capital markets and entrepreneurial growth businesses, having testified before Congress on more than one occasion concerning the financing issues faced by growing companies and US tax policy and as keynote speaker at the Securities Exchange Commission Forum. He is currently involved in a number of research initiatives designed to provide the keys to understanding the strategic importance of growing businesses and their impact on the U.S. economy and other economies abroad. His insights into the No Mans Land transition facing growing companies have been published in a number of magazines and journals.

Mr. Tatum is a graduate of Florida State University where he received his Bachelor of Science – Magna Cum Laude and Masters in Accounting and later also served as adjunct faculty at the business school. Prior to Tatum, LLC, Mr. Tatum served as an officer and senior level executive at a number of national companies. He is a highly sought after speaker presenting to groups of CEO’s nation-wide the material included in his new book No Man’s Land: What to do when your company is too big to be small and too small to be big.

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