Mansfield, MA (PRWEB) April 16, 2014
Electronics Purchasing Strategies (EPS) has published the first of a set of comprehensive reports profiling Canadian billionaire and entrepreneur Robert Miller, founder and owner of Future Electronics Inc., one of the world’s top 5 electronics components distributors. The report is in continuation of the publication’s Executive Talk series which feature interviews with top executives in the electronics industry and the extended supply chain.
The interview with Mr. Miller covered a wide range of subjects, including the motivation for establishing the company, its growth strategy and plans for future expansion in Asia and Europe. Mr. Miller who started his career in broadcasting before branching 50 years ago into electronics components distribution and then establishing Montreal, Canada-based Future Electronics is known to be a highly private individual who grants few interviews but agreed to speak with EPS Editor-in-Chief Bolaji Ojo to discuss the history of the company and the objectives behind its establishment.
“Mr. Miller is an exceptional industry executive who has helped in the expansion of the electronics industry worldwide over the last forty years and built a business many acknowledge is a leader in its field,” said Ojo. “This report offers an opportunity to learn more about Future Electronics, Mr. Miller’s management style and what drives him on a daily basis.”
The first report in the series has recently been published on EPS. Titled “Getting to Know Future Electronics’ Robert Miller,” it looks at some of the myths surrounding the company’s founder, debunking many of these and offers insights into how he and the company’s employees serve their component suppliers and OEM/EMS customers. Two other reports from the interview with Mr. Miller will be published over the next two weeks. To read the first article in the series, click here.
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