Welcome to PowerTalk, where we talk with CEOs, COOs and other key business people at public and private companies as well as other subject matter experts.
This week we’re talking with Smith & Wesson President and CEO James Debney, who is leading the company to impressive new growth. Smith & Wesson is in the perfect position to profit from my Safety and Security PowerTrend. In the interview we cover:
how Smith & Wesson is profiting from strong firearm sales and shifting gun ownership demographics
the growing demand for firearms
their strategy for continuing to improve margins and grow earnings
Plus how they plan to increase market share
It’s a great conversation with James so lets lock and load and get right to it!
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