A high level of innovation and an enormous variety of applications characterize the textile industry. To remain competitive, our customers must be able to adapt to changes very quickly and flexibly. Therefore, it is important for textile business owners to stay ahead of the competition all the time.
Here are the 10 best coaches for textile business owners/textile industry
Most textile business owners looking for advice on how to grow their company have a limited amount of resources to turn to. Sure, there are countless online articles and Ebooks on how to build and grow a business, but, at the end of the day, every business is unique and generic advice is hardly a suitable substitute for personalized guidance. Having a business coach can help you make a better decision every time, with a systematic success strategy so you grow faster and live more fuller and more prosperous life.
1. Arno Gartner
He a CEO of Karl Mayer and ensures a high level of innovation and an enormous variety of applications characterize the textile industry. To ensure the success of its international customers, KARL MAYER has always been eager to provide its clients with the best economical and technical products and services and to offer innovations which bring fresh impetus to the textile world.
2. Tony Robbins
He is known as the global coach, an entrepreneur, #1 NY Times bestselling author, philanthropist, and the nation’s #1 life & business strategist. He has empowered more than 50 million people from 100 countries around the world through his audio programs, educational videos, and live seminars. For more than four and a half decades, millions of people have enjoyed the warmth, humor, and transformational power of Tony’s business and personal development events.
3. Saurabh Kaushik
He is known as India's Premier Business and expert for coaching textile business owners, leading industrialists, Fortune 500 leaders, and celebrity entrepreneurs. He’s best known for turning around businesses when the stakes are high and world-class, the norm. He’s helped people grow their net worths over hundred folds in less than 5 years, without gimmicky tactics. His coaching technology combines modern-day coaching and the advances in the science of peak performance to deliver industry-leading results for his most esteemed, private one on one clients.
4. Constantine Raptis
He is a president of Werner International and provide management consulting exclusively in the fiber, textile and fashion industry globally active since 1939. Werner’s services range from industrial and technology support for setting-up, improving and restructuring textile and clothing manufacturing operations to strategy and marketing services for new market entry, new product development, supply chain management, branding, retailing, partner search and future strategies build-up.
5. John O'Connor
John O’Connor has worked in the textile industry for over 48 years, within that time he has been a consultant for the past 25 years. John has managed the largest textile vertical operations in Australia predominately in the woven fabric sector. A Diploma in Business Management and certified as an Associate of the Textile Institute underpin the vast experience in textile manufacturing. John has experience across apparel, home textiles, industrial filtration & outdoor fabrics sectors. He has also project managed textile plant relocation from various parts of the world mainly into Asia.
6. Jay Abraham
As Founder and CEO of The Abraham Group, Inc. (Los Angeles, California), Jay has spent his entire career solving complex problems and fixing underperforming businesses. He has significantly increased the bottom lines of over 10,000 clients in more than 1,000 industries, and over 7,200 sub industries, worldwide. Jay has dealt with virtually every type of business scenario and issue. He has studied, and solved, almost every type of business question, challenge and opportunity.
7. John Mattone
He is the founder/co-founder of five exceptional coaching and leadership development companies. Prior to this, John was the President of one of the top leadership consulting firms in the world, Executive Development Associates, Inc., (EDA) and prior to EDA, John was the Vice President of Sales for Drake Beam Morin, the global career and outplacement firm. Before joining DBM, John spent 10 years building his first successful consulting firm, Human Resources International. John Mattone holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management and Organizational Behavior as well as a Master of Science and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
8. Grant Cardone
CEO of Cardone Enterprises, Cardone Capital, international speaker, entrepreneur, and author of The 10X Rule & creator of 21 bestselling business programs, Grant Cardone owns & operates seven privately held companies and a $3.6 billion portfolio of multifamily properties. Named the #1 marketer by Forbes Magazine, Cardone is also the founder of the The 10X Movement & The 10X Growth Conference, the world’s largest business & entrepreneur conference.
9. Jack Canfield
He is the founder and former CEO of Chicken Soup for the Soul® Enterprises, which encompasses licensing, merchandising, and publishing activities around the globe. As its beloved creator, Jack fostered the emergence of inspirational anthologies as a genre — and watched it grow into a billion dollar market. With well over 500 million books sold to date worldwide, more than 250 titles in print, and translations into more than 43 languages, “chicken soup for the soul” is one of the world’s best-known phrases and is regularly referenced in pop culture.
Mark Thompson is an expert on executive leadership, business strategy, and innovation who has spent over 25 years leading teams and building companies from the ground up. He delivers actionable, valuable and practical advice for leaders at all levels of an organization.A successful venture capitalist over the last two decades, Mark was as an early investor in companies like Facebook, Netflix and founding board member of Esurance. He has been a Board Member for many well-known technology, biotech and retail companies, including Best Buy, Korn Ferry, and Interwoven (now owned by HP). He was the Chairman of the Board for Rioport, which popularized the MP3 player prior to the iPod.