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John Lowry develops and executes successful business plans, operations plans, and R&D strategies. While strategically strong, he is expert at implementing detailed plans on time and within budget to make those plans realize intended results.
John has been successful in forming joint ventures, license arrangements and evaluating acquisition candidates in the United States, Asia, Latin America and Europe.
He has engineered and started-up manufacturing facilities in the areas of synthetic fibers, Aerospace composites, Adhesives, Coatings and Chemicals from Bio-mass.
He has authored award winning papers on economics of globalization and industry structure. Recently he completed a research project on the effect of how Creative Design firms can affect Industry competitiveness.
He has held positions of Vice President Business Development, Vice President Sales and Director of Research and Development at Fortune 500 companies’ engaged in serving the automotive, aerospace, construction and specialty materials industries.
John has consulted with business leaders in industry to help them improve competitive strategy, select asset merger and acquisition candidates, and identify new technology.
Recently he has been researching supply chain structures and how it should impact corporate strategy.
John has a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Florida and a M.S. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Arizona. He has completed Computer Science courses in JAVA and C++ Programming and fundamentals of computer science with a 4.0 Average. He has self taught Agent Based computer programming languages Visual Agent Talk and Se-Sam.
John resides in Rio Rancho New Mexico.
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