Ira Sharfin had been a successful, big time consultant for 16 years. He was an expert at change management and even helped with the integration when mega-firms Coopers and Lybrand and Price Waterhouse merged in 1998. In 2005, he had the personal opportunity to buy a majority interest in Continental Office, a workplace solutions company based in Columbus Ohio that was already at $70 million in revenue, and primarily focused on furniture.
Ira was excited to move from advising companies to operating and owning one, and he was confident that he could simply apply all of the structure and processes he mastered while consulting to take Continental Office to the next level.
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