Featured Speaker – Larry Fulton, Founder, LEFCO Worthington
Larry Fulton leverages an awarding winning entrepreneurial background across sectors including government, banking, manufacturing and non-profits. His areas of expertise include business planning, strategic growth, financial analytics, and M&A. Mr. Fulton is an investor that focuses on small companies. He currently owns two manufacturing companies:
LEFCO Worthington, a Cleveland-based producer of custom engineered wood crates that sells into the defense, utilities, and general industrial markets.
Hanlon Composites, a Euclid-based manufacturer of custom fiberglass components that sells primarily into the transportation, utilities and general industrial markets.
Larry sits on the board of MAGNET and is on the advisory committee for the Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership; both are committed to growing Ohio’s small manufacturers. He previously was treasurer of the board of directors for Wire-Net, a manufacturing advocacy non-profit.
During his corporate career, Larry was General Manager for Alcoa; Sr. Financial Analyst with Marconi Communications; Loan Officer with the U.S. Small Business Administration; and Sr. Analyst within KeyBank’s Key Corporate Capital.
Larry earned a B.S. in Business Admin. from Florida A&M University and an MBA in Mgmt. Policy and Entrepreneurship from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.