QualityStocks announced today that an exclusive interview with Alliance Creative Group’s COO and general counsel, Paul Sorkin, is now available. The interview can be accessed at: www.QualityStocks.net/interview-acgx.php.
Alliance operates four key business units united as a single, strong and profitable source for customized plans and projects for clients of multiple industries. The company’s key services include creative and design, printing and packaging, direct mailing, product development, supply chain management, project management, event marketing, business consulting, and strategic marketing.
Sorkin is a dedicated professional with a diverse background in the sports, entertainment, and marketing sectors. He discusses how this experience bolsters Alliance’s corporate vision and how, as a whole, the company’s leadership team is comprised of capable professionals with collective experience in law, business entrepreneurship, marketing, packaging, printing, direct mailing, public relations, and marketing.
“What we did is we took management teams … and a handful of other people that have 20, 30 years of experience in their specific field of expertise …,” he explains. “We like to take our strengths and let everyone focus on what they’re good at. So when a client comes to us and says ‘I need to create a program and develop my product, what can your team do to help?’ We focus on what each individual manager’s strength would be and assign that portion of the project to those people and then build a team around it.”
Over the years, Alliance has built a robust client roster, of which some clients have been with it for more than 15 years. In the last three years, Alliance recorded more than $30 million in total revenue, $2 million in net income, and $6 million in total assets. Sorkin says Alliance has a strategic business plan in place to continue its record of growth.
“We’ve actually accomplished new record goals for the current management team where for the first six months of 2014 we’re already over $6 million of revenue. So that means we’re on pace for hopefully over $12 million of revenue and we’re in line for hoping more like a $700,000 or $800,000 net income for the year of 2014,” he says.
Alliance is listed on the OTC market and draws upon a 17-year corporate record of strong revenues, profits, and assets. Sorkin discusses how the company is planning to explore three separate areas with strong potential for boosting further company growth. Alliance recently entered into a consulting agreement that creates an entrance into the marijuana sector to capitalize on industry ancillary products such as edibles, candles, fertilizers, lights, supplements, hemp-based products, and more. All of these will need printing, packaging, consulting and similar services.
“I don’t feel that this industry for us will be a huge homerun tomorrow, but I think we’re planting a seed, no pun intended … for future growth,” explains Sorkin.
In the coming weeks, Alliance will launch a new product that Sorkin says “is very relevant to our business”, which will open up opportunities for other products and services and an additional revenue stream. This third area of expansion is another component of Alliance’s “Alliance Trek”, in which Alliance focuses on capitalizing on a blend of shared resources and strategic mergers and acquisitions.
“Now that we are an established proven company … we’re looking to add companies that have a proof-of-concept in the consumer product goods arena …,” he says. “It could be similar to printing and packaging or supply chain management, but it could also be PR and marketing, and technology and software and things that we can use as ancillary products or supplemental products or things that create the synergies between our products and services and that company’s.”
Sorkin concludes the interview by reinforcing how this approach provides the opportunity for continuing, strong company growth. “With 2015 and 2016 we’re really hoping for even bigger growth once we can land some of these opportunities and capitalize on them,” he says.
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