Ep. 23 : Bonnie Hagemann - CEO of EDA, Inc. and Co- President of Women Execs on Boards

Bonnie Hagemann shares executive insights and background stories on this session of the Trucking Tower podcast.

Bonnie Hagemann shares executive insights and background stories on this session of the Trucking Tower podcast including:

  •  Her book “Leading with Vision”
  •  Her support of All Truckers Together Against Child Abuse (ATTACA.org) founded by her cousin Rodney Timms
  •  Why she spent 1/3 of her time in a volunteer role across two years for Women Execs on Boards
  •  Her involvement with The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  •  What EDA does for clients
  •  Her upcoming book release in September
  •  Our common roots in Oklahoma and her life growing up on a farm
  • More…

Do you have surprising stories, hidden talents, sage advice, big announcements, or “newsy” items to share? Please message me to get your story onto the show or email info@truckingtower.com. We look forward to sharing more awesome stories, news, and insights from the world of trucking.

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Do you want to increase your revenue? Do you want to lower your operating costs? We offer solutions that help companies attack both sides of the P&L and generate more net income.

Andy has helped companies achieve these kinds of results:
☑ increased annual sales revenue by 51% during COVID-19
☑ grew sales pipeline by 10X in 6 months
☑ led the system integration work and marketing with over 20 partner solutions
☑ reduced client operating costs by over $3M per year
☑ implemented trucking technology and trained 35 distribution centers across the US
☑ led over $175M in contract negotiations
☑ served as project leader to launch a centralized distribution center in the UK
☑ led 2 distribution center startups in Asia
☑ designed and implemented over 20 distribution centers including warehouses, kitting and offices

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