The founder and the CEO of an innovative medical supply company in Denver both will share their insights on how they became one of the fastest growing small businesses in the United States. The presentation is the part of the Great Entrepreneur Speaker Series at Colorado State University.
Scott Carson, founder of U.S. Medical and current CEO Robert Lambrix will kick off the fall lecture series when they speak from 4-5:30 p.m. Sept. 20 in Room 119 Rockwell Hall.
U.S. Medical, Inc. is the leading provider of new and pre-owned capital medical equipment and supplies to medical practitioners. The company’s client base includes physicians, dentists, veterinarians, hospitals and other health care providers throughout the country.
Carson started U.S. Medical in 1996 with no appreciable capital and five employees. The company topped $1 million in sales within the first six months and was named to Entrepreneur Magazine’s Hot 100 list of fastest growing small businesses in 1998 and 1999. Today, U.S. Medical employs 45 full-time personnel and sales for 1999 were $10 million.
The presentation is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Participants will also have time to personally meet and ask questions of Carson and Lambrix.