PRESIDENT OF CEO FOCUS NEVADA
Preston Sumner is the President of CEO Focus Nevada, a mastermind group comprised of CEOs and business owners committed to taking their businesses to the next level by sharing their successes and failures openly and honestly with those on similar journeys. Preston has led the development, financing and management of business organizations large and small for more than four decades. During that time, the common denominator across his career has been the development and growth of entrepreneurial ventures.
Whether the role has been conceptualization, financing, operations, strategy or general management, he has thrived on the challenge of solving the myriad problems associated with growth. Preston brings this wide range of skills to the entrepreneurial community via his Las Vegas CEO Focus mastermind groups.
As the facilitator and member of this group, he offers the following background:
- Creative, entrepreneurial leader with experience in operational, strategic, and financial roles
- Executive officer in privately and publicly held corporations from start-ups to $255 million revenue/6,000 employee businesses
- Managing director of private equity firm
His special areas of expertise include:
- Team building
- Strategic planning
- Lean enterprise
- Process improvement
- Business planning and modeling
- Debt and equity financing
Preston’s most popular presentation, “51 Fatal Business Errors and How to Avoid Them,” is based on the best-selling book of the same name, along with additional material from the legendary “E-Myth” by Michael Gerber. The popular workshop format is geared toward CEOs and business owners who want to grow their business without sacrificing their non-business life, and are committed to learning and adapting to accomplish that goal. Covering topics from time management to decision-making to quantum thinking, the hands-on workshop concludes with a look at the ways you can put these actionable and profitable ideas to work for you immediately. All attendees receive complimentary copies of the 51 Fatal Errors book.