US Manufacturing Coming Back Home! TV road trip to the North Shore of Mass.: Southwick


US Manufacturing Coming Back Home!

US Manufacturing Coming Back Home! He’s a suitmaker. And his suits are worn by corporate leaders, ambassadors, even presidents. How do you get to that level?

Many thanks to John Martynec, the CEO of Southwick in Haverhill, MA, on the North Shore. A creative visionary and even more impressive, how many of the employees’ names of his large workforce he knows without even hesitating. Learn more about John’s story, whom he’s selling to across the world and why his company is well positioned for success. All on the next edition of the Language of Business!

John Martynec is the President of Southwick in Lawrence, MA. Since 1929, Southwick suits have been worn by presidents, ambassadors, corporate leaders and other men of distinction who choose Southwick to enhance their own style, not replace it. Southwick’s business philosophy has been firmly grounded in the singular vision of its founders – a love of quality and craftsmanship. Southwick is synonymous with authentic American style, natural shoulder comfort, quality, and fine fabrics. Click here for his company’s web site.

American products and American jobs. Manufacturing is coming back home to the US. Our next episode bridges the gap between the past, present and future through fashion and wearable accessories with in-studio guests and on location shoots. Made Local, Bought Local, on the next Language of Business.


Later in 2015… decoding the alphabet of financing options… VC vs. PE vs. Hedge… the February episode of the Language of Business.



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Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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