Zac Carman

Zac Carman

CEO, ConsumerAffairs

Zac Carman has served as CEO of ConsumerAffairs since 2010, when he purchased the website from founder Jim Hood. Previous roles included Entrepreneur in Residence, Senior Associate and Associate at Mainsail Partners, a private equity firm in San Francisco, and roles in engineering and sales at IBM and Hitachi. 

7 Tips for Managing Offshore Teams
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7 Tips for Managing Offshore Teams

Your remote teams can be as productive and engaged as your in-house staff.
4 Reasons Small Cities Are Better for Business
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4 Reasons Small Cities Are Better for Business

The short commutes in a community grateful that you started a business are just the beginning of the benefits.
7 Ways CEOs Should Engage on Social Media
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7 Ways CEOs Should Engage on Social Media

How to use social media to promote your brand without risking your company's reputation
6 Misconceptions About Entrepreneurship
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6 Misconceptions About Entrepreneurship

A successful CEO breaks down the major myths of what it takes to succeed.
9 Tips for Poaching Top Talent
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9 Tips for Poaching Top Talent

The key to luring executive talent is knowing where to start searching and how to keep them engaged after the hire.
5 Steps to Creating Metrics That Matter for Your Company
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5 Steps to Creating Metrics That Matter for Your Company

Dashboarding eliminates faith and allows a company to grow based on data and facts.
What Happened When I Broke the Rules of Entrepreneurship
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What Happened When I Broke the Rules of Entrepreneurship

Why one entrepreneur left the bright lights, big city -- and hefty paycheck -- and took a chance in the Midwest.
What 'The Oregon Trail' Can Teach You About Building a $1 Billion Business
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What 'The Oregon Trail' Can Teach You About Building a $1 Billion Business

Written, measurable goals help create a road map for success -- if company leadership commits not to stray from the route.
How ConsumerAffairs Survived Pivoting and Improved Profitability
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How ConsumerAffairs Survived Pivoting and Improved Profitability

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