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Enterprise Minnesota Hires Genesis Johnson as a Consulting Assistant

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Genesis Johnson, consulting assistant, Enterprise Minnesota
(Genesis Johnson, consulting assistant, Enterprise Minnesota)
 

Minneapolis (February 21, 2018) - Enterprise Minnesota has hired Genesis Johnson as a consulting assistant to work with its team of business growth consultants who help Minnesota manufacturing enterprises grow profitably.

Johnson possesses a strong background in project management and executive support, having most recently served as a project coordinator for Abbott in St. Paul, MN. In her new role, Johnson will serve as an integral support resource for Enterprise Minnesota's consulting staff and help ensure the organization is meeting its ISO obligations.

“We are excited to add Genesis to our team and we look forward to the contributions she will bring to Enterprise Minnesota and our consulting work,” said Bob Kill, Enterprise Minnesota president & CEO.

A Tennessee native, Johnson now resides in Woodbury, MN. Outside of work she enjoys hiking local nature trails, traveling, and going back home to see the beauty of East Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains.

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About Enterprise Minnesota
Enterprise Minnesota is an ISO 9001:2008 certified consulting organization that works with medium and smaller manufacturing enterprises to help them compete and grow profitably, and also serves as the “voice” for the industry, raising visibility and appreciation for the value manufacturers provide our communities and the state’s economy. Our affiliation with the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) further positions us to offer clients leading-edge services to improve manufacturing operations and strengthen business.

In the last five years alone Enterprise Minnesota has helped over 510 Minnesota manufacturing companies gain access to strategies that increase efficiency and promote growth. Resulting from the organization’s work, clients have realized a total positive economic impact of over $696 million in sales, reduced costs by over $131 million, invested over $289 million in capital expenditures and modernization and added or retained over 6,600 jobs.