Josh Phillips is active in the commercial real estate and mergers and acquisitions sectors. Though headquartered in Green Bay, Josh serves clients throughout Wisconsin and the Midwest. He brings over twelve years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, and he works primarily with commercial and industrial businesses.
A proven leader in identifying opportunities for improvement and hidden cash flow potential for his clients, Josh maximizes the value of the companies and projects he represents.
As he focuses on business development and marketing, this usually brings him a plethora of buyers and sellers. Some of his specialty areas include commercial real estate, leasing machine shops, metal fabrication, plating, tool and die, pattern making, and aviation.
Josh’s success in business brokerage in Wisconsin is partly due to his deep industry contacts and his understanding of the marketplace, particularly in the manufacturing and metal fabrication, services, and aviation sectors.
Josh enjoys working with talented people, assembling the right buyers and sellers, and negotiating the deals on all of his projects. He takes pride in consistently meeting and exceeding expectations. Often his work includes overcoming obstacles and finding options to successfully bring projects to a close.
Distribution and Wholesale
Companies in this sector distribute nondurable or durable goods, typically specializing by product category. The wholesale distribution industry in the US includes about 415,000 establishments (single-location companies and units of multi-location companies) with combined annual sales of about $7.8 trillion.
The profitability of individual companies depends on efficient inventory management and order fulfillment operations.
Commercial & Investment Real Estate
Commercial real estate is any non-residential property used solely for business purposes. This includes retail properties, office buildings, shopping centers, hotels, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, apartment complexes, and vacant land that has the potential for development.
Commercial Real Estate primarily refers to buildings or land intended to generate profit, industrial real estate and retail real estate are merely subcategories of commercial real estate.
Industrial Real Estate
The Industrial Real Estate group at Creative Business Services, combines deep industry knowledge and extensive relationships with the best advisory services.
Industrial real estate includes: All land and buildings either utilized or suited for industrial activities.
Retail is a for-profit industry in the service sector that employs multiple distribution channels to sell consumer goods to the public in relatively small quantities.
Retail businesses include brick-and-mortar shops, stores, mail order businesses and Internet companies who sell directly to the end customer.
CBS-Global experts: Bob Wolter, Darren Harrington, Fan Zhang, Gary Van Sistine, John Foster, Josh Phillips, Juan Tapia, Mary Lou VanDeusen, Michael Schwantes, Mike Van, Ryan Pankratz, Tom Martin Industry: General Business
CBS-Global experts: Josh Phillips, Tom Martin Industry: Commercial & Investment Real Estate
CBS-Global experts: Josh Phillips, Michael Schwantes Industry: Distribution and Wholesale