Interview by Barbara Hall
Three years ago Robert Kanofsky decided to leave corporate America and go into business for himself. Like many entrepreneurs it didn’t matter to him the type of business, as long as he could use his management skills, skills he had honed over twelve plus years.
Kanofsky’s management background was extensive. He had worked for a steel company as a production scheduling supervisor, an inventory analyst for a company that made jet engines, and for Harley Davidson in a myriad of positions—marketing research analyst, district sales manager, director of special operations, of fabrication, field operations—you name it.