Work History

Work History
Jan 2006 - Present

President & CEO

National Ribbon Company

About Ingmar Bertschy

Attorney and MBA Ingmar Bertschy possesses years of experience and a comprehensive skill set as a senior level executive. A respected strategist in the corporate environment, Mr. Bertschy unites staff and goals in developing long- and short-term plans for his companies. One way Mr. Bertschy accomplishes this is by performing as a respectful and motivational leader and mentor for his employees.

In one of his positions, Mr. Bertschy successfully supervised over 250 people. He also revitalizes companies through projects such as reorganizing company infrastructure, creating marketing strategies, analyzing market research, seeking new sources of financing, and acquiring new businesses. Committed to understanding every element of the companies he works for, Ingmar Bertschy remains involved through a project’s entire development and launch.

Devoted to success, Mr. Bertschy has used his insights to earn his companies millions of dollars and attract clients from around the world. Recently, as president and CEO, Ingmar Bertschy handled the financial and legal negotiations for the purchase of National Ribbon, shrunk its inventory by 40 percent, and established a successful working relationship between the North American company and manufacturers in China by founding a new product line.

As part of his professional life, Ingmar Bertschy affiliates with the Southeast Business and Industrial Associations and the Georgia Venture Group while teaching about operational management flow. A member of the U.S. Supreme Court Bar, Mr. Bertschy assists the National Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association and the Child Placement Review Board.

Some of Ingmar Bertschy’s other philanthropic activities include donating to Feed the Children, the YMCA of the USA, Habitat for Humanity International, and the Center for Economic and Workforce Development of Union County College.

Interest

Golf, boxing, flying, jumping, racing