CEOCxO To Go
- Master of Arts Degree
This degree is like an MBA in Leadership, Strategy, Finance, Accounting, Operations and Marketing.
- Bachelors of Arts Degree
Management - This degree is like a Bachelors in Accounting, Strategy, Finance, Operations and Marketing.
- Wright State University, Dayton
Wright State UniversityBSEE
Electrical Engineering - Nearly complete.
- Bryant & Stratton, Cleveleand
Bryant & StrattonAssociate of Science
Marty Koenig is Founder and CEO of CxO To Go LLC and CrowdfundEnergy.
Recently, Marty has developed crowdfunding information so entrepreneurs can get the details. He searched and struggled to find a detailed checklist for launching a Kickstarter campaign, so he created it. His Crowdfunding checklist is a roadmap, tips, planning, preparing, for a successful campaign to get funded.
Though he has worked in numerous industries, his passion is with high-tech, gadgets, electronics, software and services companies.
He loves what he does for a living, because he gets to work with so many great, world-changing people and help them succeed in their business.
His team is dedicated to building financial, operational, strategic and technological excellence for small/mid size business owners. Marty has over 29 years of diversified experience in private and public companies, from startups and mid-size firms to multinational Fortune 30 companies including AT&T, General Electric, NCR Corporation and StorageTek.
His clients have included Southland Corporation (Seven-Eleven), JC Penney, Bank Boston, WalMart, Verizon, Echostar, San Diego City Schools, and more. With former roles at board of directors, vice president and director levels he has worked in the industries of banking, retail, services, consumer goods, food, telecommunications, non-profits, manufacturing, high-tech, health care and professional services. His diverse experience gives his customers a wide range of experience he applies to any industry. Marty works with the business owner to create goal clarity, direction, then velocity.
Prior to CxO To Go, Marty was partner in a national firm for three years providing financial and operational professional services to small/mid size businesses. Before that Marty took over a $30M Fortune 50 operation and grew it to a $150M business, hiring new management teams in nine regions and hundreds of employees. He was responsible for all internal financial planning and operations, sales, human resources, product development, new product launch, field operations and go to market strategies. What this means to his customers is that he has:
* Built organizations from the ground up - those that want to grow
* Helped companies that want to grow their operation - those that are growing
* Worked with companies that are already huge - those that have grown