Fisher International Announces Enhanced Role for Its Business Development VP

Matt Elhardt

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Fisher International, a leading business intelligence and strategy consultant to the pulp and paper industry, is pleased to announce that Matt Elhardt has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Business Development North America and Corporate Strategy.

As a member of the strategic leadership team, in addition to his current role focused on new business acquisition and client development, Elhardt will help to craft, execute, and measure Fisher’s strategic business plan.

“Matt has demonstrated great leadership and excellent strategic thinking over the years,” notes Fisher General Manager Stanley Okoro. “His efforts and counsel have helped to accelerate opportunities and expand our growth through an account focused, metrics driven processes.”

Elhardt brings a strong customer perspective to Fisher’s strategic planning, helping to assess disruption and predicting price cycles and turning points in pulp, containerboard, kraft paper, kraft board, recycled board, and OCC markets. His deep understanding of what drives customer success continues to greatly inform the value of Fisher’s offerings. He can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


About Fisher International, Inc.
Fisher International enables pulp and paper professionals worldwide to make informed decisions, more often, broadly and efficiently. Uniquely combining deep data, powerful analytics and expert consulting, Fisher supports our customers’ long-term goals and ongoing departmental operations, helping to uncover smarter solutions while revealing the best path for sustainable, profitable growth. To learn more, please visit www.fisheri.com.

 


Source: Fisher International

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