Senior Consultant, Ken Loewenstern, is a distinguished management professional with the unique ability to turn-around and build an organization into a healthy, profitable, and growing business.
He graduated from Drexel University with a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, earned his Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and pursued graduate studies in Business Management at Rider University.
Utilizing his creative talents as the key technical manager for Drexelbrook Engineering, a small industrial manufacturer, he invented innovative products, received 6 US patents, and the Company grew an average of 35% per year during his entire 12-year tenure. Ken was responsible for one of the most successful new level instrument product launches of the decade.
He also has held several key management positions with other industrial businesses including: AMETEK, Inc., Princo Instruments Inc., and Monitek Technologies Inc. Some of his achievements include: the successful start-up of an electronic products business, transformation of an ailing operation into a profitable business with 35% annual growth, and implementing the corporate turn-around of a publicly traded, $8 million technology based manufacturer.
Prior to founding Business Mentors of NJ, Ken was a senior consultant with American Management Services, a small business management consulting firm serving the Mid-Atlantic region. In this capacity, he successfully solved problems facing a variety of small businesses including; an automotive components manufacturer, a fire safety equipment service and supply company, a sheet metal fabrication shop, and a retail office furniture sales and distribution business.
Some achievements for clients include: creating and implementing an innovative marketing strategy that has doubled one client’s annual revenues in less than a year; for another client he functioned as Chief Operating Officer, and implemented a corporate turnaround by changing the corporate culture and establishing a proactive sales/marketing strategy; for a third client he significantly improved operational efficiencies and implemented clever pricing strategies to produce more than $1,800,000 of additional incremental profit.