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Tony Westfall is a seasoned executive and entrepreneur with a varied background across industries, functions and company sizes.
Tony has worked on and led multiple M&A deals throughout his career. As a management consultant, he worked on a carve out between Novartis and Bayer. As an entrepreneur he has made several successful acquisitions and turned those bolt on acquisitions into substantial exits from multiple companies that he founded.
Over the course of the last 30 years, Tony has held positions in nearly every facet of businesses both large and small, focusing most of his time on Finance, Supply Chain Management and Biz Dev roles. He has worked for notable Fortune 50 companies General Electric, Johnson and Johnson and Cisco Systems as well as two of the worlds largest wineries, Foster’s Wine Estates (now Treasury) and Trinchero Family Estates (Sutter Home).
Tony has founded at least a half dozen companies and made several successful exits. Most recently, Tony sold his Good Company Wines (parent company of invino.com) to a Private Equity group out of Los Angeles and sold a cannabis manufacturing business he founded to a publicly traded Canadian company. The last company was sold a mere 14 months after founding.
Tony has his undergraduate degree in Economics from Michigan State University and his MBA in Finance and Supply Chain Management from the Broad Graduate School of Management. He and his wife and their 2 daughters live in the town of Sonoma.
Tony has wide and varied industry experience across a range of companies large and small. His most recent focus has been in wine ecommerce and software as well as cannabis, but he has broad exposure to robotics and supply chain automation, medical devices, consumer products as well as technology hardware and artificial intelligence.
Education & Accreditations
- MBA, Finance and Supply Chain Management, Broad Graduate School of Management – East Lansing, MI
- BA, Economics, Michigan State University – East Lansing MI
- Inaugural class of Wine Business Leadership Program – Sonoma State University
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- Understanding Discount Rates The Company Specific Risk Premium – Part 4 of 5