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Our unique Global Network of 400+ CXOs creates the disruptive interactions that so powerfully catalyse learning.

Our approach is different

BRAD STACKHOUSE  Founder and CEO

It is only in these intense environments that participants learn at an accelerated rate. The experience gained in real time and the shift in Mindset can then be applied specifically to the opportunity acquisition.

Experience

Our diverse experience of different cultures, business practices and regulatory environments cross-pollinates and intensifies our effectiveness.

Sectors SGA has worked with include

Accounting
Advertising
Aerospace
Airlines
Automotive
Chemical
Customs Brokerage
Education
Electronics
Financial Services

Food and Beverages
Government
Hospitals
Incentives & Promotions
Insurance
Legal Services
Management Consulting
Manufacturing
Medical Technology
Not-for-Profit

Oil & Gas
Pharmaceutical
Professional Services
Property Development
Real Estate
Retail
Technology
Telecommunications
Transportation
Utilities

We excel in sectors offering complex services and solutions and with businesses facing IPO challenges

Growing Markets

SGA works in over 40 countries around the world.

JOHN PLOW Business Growth

SGA excels in creating customized, intense simulations that prepare for specific High Risk / High Yield strategically critical business opportunities.

Research


Our strength lies in our innate curiosity and ability to originate concepts that resonate universally.

Our methodologies are products of our research

MINDSET SHIFT

INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE

LEADERSHIP LENS

PORTABLE STORY

CANNON GARBER, Founder and President

How can an American-based company have so much insight into vastly different cultures, business practices, and regulatory environments?

“We accumulate it, every week, by engaging senior executives who have successfully run companies in those markets. They bring local relevance and immediate credibility to the participants in our programs.

We then add bodies of research that span these environments, and our learning processes, adapted to appeal to the ways in which ideas are taken in and considered in these regions.”
— CANNON GARBER