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Alumnus Oganesoff Joins FOCUS Enterprises, Inc. as Partner

Alumnus Oganesoff Joins FOCUS Enterprises, Inc. as Partner

Eric Oganesoff
Eric Oganesoff

Eric Oganesoff, a 1972 B.S. alumnus in electrical engineering, has joined FOCUS Enterprises, Inc. as a Partner.

Oganesoff has served as the CEO or President of nine companies. He has over twenty years of senior executive level experience in businesses ranging from wireless solutions, software and RFID services to manufacturing, industrial products, energy and environmental products.

In the two years prior to joining FOCUS, Oganesoff helped form three companies in RFID services, supply chain and logistics solutions and advanced fiber product manufacturingOganesoff led the business strategy development and capital raising activities as an investor and transition CEO in these ventures.

After receiving his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, Oganesoff earned his MBA degree from Southern Illinois University. He has also served on the board of many high-tech and emerging companies and industry associations.

FOCUS Enterprises, Inc. is a national investment banking firm with an emphasis on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and corporate finance. FOCUS is headquartered in Washington, DC, with regional offices in Atlanta, Chicago and San Francisco.

October 2, 2006


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