Title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Company: Level K Thinking
Location: Boca Raton, Florida, United States
Abilio Gonzalez, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Level K Thinking, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business administration and human resources.
An experienced business professional and executive, Mr. Gonzalez attended Emporia State University, earning a bachelor’s degree in pure mathematics and applied physics. He later graduated from Pepperdine University with a Master of Science in organizational development and change management in 1993, and completed doctoral coursework in Venezuela. His areas of expertise include business and organizational development for small businesses, company restructuring, and strategy.
In his current post as the founder and chief executive officer of Level K Thinking, Mr. Gonzalez provides consulting advice for small businesses to help them achieve sustainable, profitable growth. He grows his network with business owners by giving talks to nonprofit organizations and communicating with the small business community. He is affiliated with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Mr. Gonzalez attributes his success in various industries to his talent, knowing his business, his leadership, and his customer service capabilities. He became involved in his profession because of his love for mathematics and physics, which led him to work in strategic business and organizational development. He believes his resiliency has been one of his greatest assets throughout his career.
A highlight that stood out the most to Mr. Gonzalez was helping design a cost-effective business plan that markedly increased Solera Holdings’ revenue ahead of time. When he joined the company, it was generating $540 million. The first week he was there, he worked with the chief operating officer and assisted him in developing a strategic plan that allowed the company to grow its revenue to $1 billion in less than five years. In the coming years, Mr. Gonzalez envisions himself being the chief executive officer of a billion-dollar company or pursuing politics.
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