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Two years ago, Hudson’s Furniture emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy with a reorganization plan that would put it on a steady path to redemption. Last year, the furniture chain’s comeback was recognized by the Florida Home Furnishings Representatives Association, earning the organization’s Distinguished Retailer of the Year award.
Goodyear opened its doors in Peru in July 1943. With World War II still raging throughout Europe, and the United States and Japan’s participation making ocean trade impossible, imported products had a very difficult time reaching central and South America. With the assistance of Eduardo Dibós Dammert, a man of great vision, the company established a factory in Peru determined to establish Goodyear as the leader in tire production in Peru. Almost 70 years later, Goodyear is the No. 1 brand in the country and its factory in Callao is one of the most modern in Latin America.
Continuous change is a welcomed challenge at Cementos Pacasmayo. With 55 years of experience in the construction market, Peru’s second-largest cement producer has undergone some major changes in the last few years and continues to evolve in its quest to meet the demands of its clients. No longer solely a cement producer, Cementos Pacasmayo is focusing more on marketing its services and has become a contributor to major construction projects in the region, in addition to increasing its portfolio of products.
With a business model that empowers thousands of entrepreneurs to succeed in a marketplace increasingly impacted by consolidation, CCA Global Partners’ chairman and co-CEO shares the core principles that have helped CCA Global find success.
CCA Global Partners is a cooperative owned by the independent businesses that make up its membership. As part of one of CCA Global’s cooperative groups, independent business have access to big-box scale through innovative products, systems and services, while maintaining their unique identity.
The Culler family has been in the furniture business since 1934, and its fourth generation is now working its way up the corporate ladder. This nearly 80-year history is rich with experience and Braxton Culler – a member of the family’s third generation – relies on this experience and his own expertise to run his own furniture company, Braxton Culler Inc.