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Benjamin Gordon (born 11 September 1973) is an American entrepreneur who founds, advises, and invests in supply chain companies. He serves as CEO and Managing Partner of BG Strategic Advisors and Cambridge Capital, companies he founded. He lives in Palm Beach, Florida.

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Benjamin Gordon businessman Benjamin Gordon ​ born 11 September 1973 is an American entrepreneur who founds advises and invests in supply chain companies. He serves as CEO and Managing Partner of BG Strategic Advisors and Cambridge Capital companies he founded. He lives in Palm Beach Florida. Early Life and Education Gordon was born in Ann Arbor Michigan and grew up in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale College and an MBA degree from ​Harvard Business School ​. Transport and logistics ran in Gordons family. In 1904 his great-grandfather started a New York-based horse-and-buggy business and his grandfather founded a truck-leasing business in New England where he had worked summers. In 1999 while at HBS he and classmate Tania Yannas founded 3Plex recognized as one the early internet logistics companies with The New York Times crediting Gordon for imagining "a business-to-business Web site that would allow shipping agents to communicate better with both truckers and shippers." Business Week cited Gordon among early entrepreneurs using the web to "streamline the consolidation and outsourcing of freight trucking" noting that the

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26-year-olds fledgling business had attracted 15 million in venture financing. In 2000 their company was a finalist in the HBS New Venture Competition Career Gordon served as CEO of 3PLex from its inception leading the company through three rounds of fundraising totaling 28 million from investors which included Morgan Stanley Goldman Sachs BancBoston Ventures CNF and Ionian. The company was acquired by Maersk in 2002. In 2002 Gordon founded BG Strategic Advisors BGSA an investment banking firm focused on mergers and acquisitions in the transportation logistics and supply chain sectors. BGSA hosts an annual conference of supply chain and logistics executives in West Palm Beach Florida. In 2009 Gordon founded Cambridge Capital which focuses on investments in logistics and supply chain companies. The companys noteworthy investments include XPO Logistics Grand Junction an e-commerce and last-mile logistics technology company sold to Target and Bringg e-commerce and last-mile logistics technology company. Also in 2009 Gordon founded EcoSquid an e-commerce marketplace enabling consumers to resell or recycle their used electronics. In 2012 the company was sold to uSell. Recognition by Business Media Gordon has appeared frequently as a commentator and analyst on CNBC. He has been quoted as an expert on supply chain management logistics technology and investment issues in the Wall Street Journal The New York Times Bloomberg Forbes Fox Business and Authority. He has authored articles published in Fortune CNBC and various supply chain industry publications such as Supply Chain Management Review and Freightwaves. He has also been interviewed as an authority on corporate governance by CorpGov in the wake of the failed WeWork IPO published in Yahoo Finance. Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy In 1997 Gordon founded GesherCity a non-profit that connects young adults to Jewish communities through online and in-person experiences. One of the first social networks that allowed people to create online communities based on self-selected categories by 2007 the

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project scaled up to 20 cities and 100000 members before merging into the Jewish Community Center Association as recognized repeatedly in the JCCAs annual report for that year and Jewish community media. References ● The New York Times ​. ● Bloomberg ● Supply Chain Conference ● Crunchbase Cambridge Capital ● CNBC ● Forbes ● Fox Business ● Fortune ● Supply Chain Management Review ● Freight Waves ● Yahoo Finance ● Benjamin Gordon Wikipedia ● Benjamin Gordon The Native Society ● Benjamin Gordon ● Benjamin Gordon Cambridge Capital ● Benjamin Gordon ● Benjamin Gordon Blogs ● Facebook ● Twitter ● Linkedin ● Abc 7 ● News9 ● Fox34 ● Benjamin Gordon News ● Logistics Management ● Benjamin Gordon Cambridge Capital PRWeb ● Benjamin Gordon ● About me Benjamin Gordon ● Benjamin Gordon Cambridge Capital View More: https://issuu.com/benjamin.gordon/docs/how_amazon_disrupts_logistics__chapter_4_in_the_be

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