Construction/Building — January 10, 2013Empire Communities Announces Appointment of EVP, Corporate Development
VAUGHAN, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Jan. 10, 2013) -
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In a bold start to 2013, Empire Communities is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Guido to the position of Executive Vice President, Corporate Development effective Wednesday, January 2, 2013.
Mr. Guido is a seasoned senior business consultant with more than 25 years experience working with CEOs, senior management and entrepreneurs on extending their vision and business strategies to drive profitable growth.
"The role of the Executive Vice President, Corporate Development for Empire will be to identify and develop growth strategies that strengthen and potentially extend our core business," says Dan Guizzetti, President and CEO of Empire Communities. "This will involve growth at both the national as well as international levels which will play a key role in establishing the company's future."
Formerly a management consultant with Arthur Andersen, as well as holding senior management positions with several corporations, Andrew has a solid record of helping companies grow their business and delivering solid bottom line results. His past experience includes involvement in the development of new businesses, products, services, brands, consumer research, business to business communications, and innovation in a wide variety of industries.
Vaughan-based, Empire Communities (www.empirecommunities.com) is a residential builder/developer involved in all sectors of the new home building industry, including both low‐rise and high‐rise built forms, ranging from luxury to affordable housing. Empire has an established tradition of creating prestigious award-winning new homes, communities and amenities and has earned a reputation for outstanding attention to detail and customer service. Since its inception in 1993, Empire has completed or is currently completing approximately 3,200 high‐rise condominium units and approximately 7,500 low‐rise units, predominantly in the GTA, South Western Ontario region and the Southern U.S. States.
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