Greg Lindberg

Greg E. Lindberg

Chief Executive Officer and Owner at Eli Equity, LLC

Location:
2222 Sedwick Road, Dallas, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(919) 423-9093

General Information

Experience

Editor-in-Chief  - 1800Accountant

Editor-in-Chief  - Corporate Tax Network

Writer  - SKCreations , LLC

Education

honors degree  - Economics , Yale University

Affiliations

Member of The Executive Committee  - Yale University

Member of The Executive Committee  - Carolina Club

Member of The Executive Committee  - Newsletter & Electronic Publishers Association

Member of The Executive Committee  - Council For Entrepreneurial Development

Founder  - Gryphon's Tale

Recent News  

Greg Lindberg, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Greg has been CEO of BCC Research since 2005. He is also Chairman and owner of Eli Global, a group of market intelligence and publishing companies. The group has completed 24 acquisitions and currently employs 1,500 people worldwide. Greg is a Phi Beta Kappa magna cum laude graduate of Yale University with an honors degree in Economics. He started his first business in his sophomore year at Yale.

Read More

Greg Lindberg, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Greg has been CEO of BCC Research since 2005. He is also Chairman and owner of Eli Global, a $140 million group of market intelligence and publishing companies. The group has completed 24 acquisitions and currently employs 1,500 people worldwide. Greg is a Phi Beta Kappa magna cum laude graduate of Yale University with an honors degree in Economics. He started his first business in his sophomore year at Yale.

Read More

Most of the adults are unmotivated and really hate their jobs while a small section of them do find themselves engaged Greg Lindberg, is an American business executive who owns several companies and a graduate of Yale University where he earned an honorary Degree in Economics in 1993.
He founded Eli Magazine while a freshman at Yale and without aid he skyrocketed the company to 5 million dollars in revenue. He started out in sales, marketing and changed his profession to an assistant director in the non-profit sector and later becoming a CEO of a regional telecommunications company. He learned new skills and gained new experiences throughout his hustles. To be a great chief executive officer he is could be attributed to his excellent communication and listening skills.

Read More

Browse ZoomInfo’s Directories