NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 29, 2020 / With how complex the commercial space has become, starting and running a business successfully has proven challenging. Entrepreneurs not only have to contend with a plethora of competitors, but they also need to adapt to developments in technology and the changing whims of the market. It is apparent that merely venturing into the business industry will not be enough. Andrew Quintero, the founder of Quintero Enterprises, has established that aspirants must do so strategically and armed with the drive to innovate.
New York-based Quintero Enterprises was founded in a dorm room at Quinnipiac University, with Andrew Quintero deciding that healthcare was a market in need of disruption due to several reasons, one of which is how outdated the business facet of it has devolved into and the fact that it has ended up dominated by massive companies slow to change in their ways.
Taking the first steps in building what would transform into an established and forward-looking institution, Andrew Quintero ordered a case of gloves to his dorm room and drove into town to sell them to local doctors for a small profit. Eventually, he would manage to establish a solid relationship with these doctors and would be on the receiving end of requests for supplies.
From there, Andrew Quintero followed a track that enabled him to serve as a pharmaceutical distributor. He built StratfordMED, spearheading its growth as a regional distributor with roughly $6 million in annual revenue and a competent team composed of 13 members. Shortly after, he realized that to keep growing, evolving would be the key. He restructured the business into Quintero Enterprises, and this allowed him to diversify into other industries, including manufacturing and real estate.
Today, Quintero Enterprises acts as the umbrella of Ancore US and VaxSource as well as the recently launched Graypoint, a full in-house real estate development arm. It also began delving into manufacturing PET plastics, and in 2020, Quintero MFG takes the credit for supplying over nine million packaging components nationwide.
With his mission to build companies that are disruptive in nature, Andrew Quintero hopes to demonstrate that just because something is done a certain way does not mean that it is the right way. Moreover, Quintero Enterprises believes that there could be better alternatives to the traditional methods people use to approach modern-day concerns.
In just four years, this brainchild of Andrew Quintero has obtained an impressive valuation of $39 million. And it has further cemented its standing in the industry by developing national partnerships with moguls like Vizient, which is known for holding a combined annual purchasing volume of over $100 billion.
The heights Quintero Enterprises has reached is due to its founder's strategic entrepreneurial perspective. Andrew Quintero and his team realized early that hyper-focusing on a niche set of customers is ideal for providing them with maximum value. Furthermore, this ever-growing entity banks on the power of partnership and its role in any business's exponential growth. Rather than fight its peers for each customer, it formed partnerships that allowed Quintero Enterprises to leap five years ahead in terms of the client base.
In the coming years, Andrew Quintero will continue to capitalize on the strength of connections to stand at the top of multiple industries. And as he wields his outstanding strategic abilities, he is bound to remain a powerhouse impacting more and more commercial spaces.
Know more about Andrew Quintero by visiting his website.
SOURCE: Quintero Enterprises
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