Growth Nation has the experience and required skills to help all types of organizations to succeed – including government, economic development organizations, and non-profits. Our experience combined with a growth process refined over the past 20 years delivers value for your organization, every time.
Our value-adding work focuses on B2B, B2C and B2B2C companies, franchises (franchisers and franchisees), government entities, community associations and non-profits. We are tied to many business associations within the communities we work – especially the Western US, Asia and Europe. In the West we are particularly well positioned to help organizations in Phoenix, Tucson, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Portland, and Denver.
Today’s turbulent times have created new challenges for governments and associations to be successful. Our recent successes may be very helpful to leverage for your organization – let’s talk – click here for contact info.
Testimonial: “Growth Nation is the finest and most proficient tactician of the appropriate placement for growth for the individual or corporate client. Their ability to ascertain the needs of clients quickly and succinctly, and then transform this knowledge into a practical solution-based program that is clearly defined, is quite remarkable. Also CEO of Growth Nation Doug Bruhnke is a man of integrity, honesty and openness and is always a pleasure to be with for all of us in the business community who work with him.”
Maryanne Weiss – Chairperson, Greater Phoenix SCORE and President, Gustare, Ltd.
Testimonial: “Doug not only knows just about everyone who is involved in international business, but he seems to be EVERYWHERE all the time. How does he do that? Why does he do that? I think it’s because he has a passion for seeing Arizona really compete in the international market, to see those who are like-minded be connected, and by those connections, he sees that we are stronger and can really make something happen. He’s a visionary who by sheer will and determination is changing the face of the Arizona international scene.”
Connie Ingallina – Executive Director, Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations