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WWA Advisors & [TC]² team up to share resources
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Feb '14
WWA Advisors and [TC]² have agreed to share resources in the areas of industry studies and regional studies; as well as providing services to brands, retailers and manufacturers. Each of these organizations has supported the other’s initiatives over the years without any formal alliance. However, based on meetings held over the final months of 2013, there will be a renewed effort to expand the alliance going forward.

Carlos Arias, President and Chief Executive Officer of WWA Advisors, said he was impressed with the breadth of services and research [TC]² provides the sewn products industry. Carlos stated, “[TC]² stretches the envelope in terms of technology research and process management and we feel their skills closely compliment ours. Together we can offer a breadth of industry expertise that is unmatched in any other organization.”

Mike Fralix, President and Chief Executive Officer of [TC]² added, “[TC]² has worked with WWA in the past and we feel they are a premier consulting organization. We both work in the international market on various industry initiatives and, as a team, I don’t know of anyone that can match our overall experience and expertise. As Carlos mentioned, our skills are absolutely in sync and the marriage of our talents makes both organizations stronger.”

About WWA Advisors - WWA Advisors LLC provides consulting services in process refinement, technology evaluations and implementations and in go-to-market positioning. Half of WWA Advisors’ clients are retailers, the other half are brands and global manufacturers. The company is home based in Salt Lake City, UT.

About [TC]² - [TC]², Cary, NC, provides training and consulting services for brands, retailers, and manufacturers and is well known for its ability to strategically and tactically align business practices; assisting companies with 3D body scanning and related fit/shape analysis; helping companies to streamline operations and reduce non-value added activities and processes; and conducting international economic and workforce development studies for the creation of apparel training centers.

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