ESD names Knipp COO

Kurt Knipp has been named chief operating officer (COO) by ESD. He will be leading day-to-day operations for the company.

07/16/2012


Profile pic of Kurt Knipp, Chief Operating Officer (COO), of ESD. He will be leading day-to-day operations for the company. Courtesy: ESDKurt Knipp has been named chief operating officer (COO) at ESD (Environmental Systems Design Inc.).

In his new position, Knipp will be responsible for leading ESD’s day-to-day operations. He has more than 30 years of experience with a diverse background in executive management and consulting for a wide variety of domestic and international companies.

He has led and managed complex performance improvement and advisory assignments for middle market companies with annual revenues of $30-$400 million. Knipp holds a bachelor of science degree in computer science and finance from Northern Illinois University.



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