August 6, 2018

ITC Manufacturing names Mark Briden CEO and CFO

The 15-year finance veteran has served as interim chief financial officer for the company this past year.

By DC Velocity Staff

ITC Manufacturing, a manufacturer of wire mesh products for material handling and fencing, has appointed Mark Briden as its new chief executive officer and chief financial officer. Briden will assume day-to-day leadership of the company and will oversee strategic growth and all financial aspects of ITC.

"Briden is a proven and experienced leader in manufacturing and we believe his track record will help strengthen and elevate ITC as we look to a future of innovation and leadership within the material handling and fencing industries," said Arianne Berberian, chief operating officer at ITC Manufacturing, in a statement.

Briden began his career as a young entrepreneur, having formerly co-owned an e-commerce company growing it to annual revenues of $20 million. He developed his business acumen as a financial and operational consultant focusing on financial restructuring and performance improvements, mergers, and acquisitions and also interim management positions of middle-market manufacturing and construction companies.

Briden is a certified public accountant (CPA) in Illinois and holds a Bachelors' Degrees of Science in accountancy and business information systems from Illinois State University.


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