Jerry Silberman is the CEO and Founder of Corporate Turnaround, a nationally recognized leader in financial turnarounds for small businesses. In 1990, he started a nationwide collection agency which led to the formation of Corporate Turnaround in 1998. For over 20 years, he has helped thousands of small businesses renegotiate affordable terms with their creditors. Corporate Turnaround has successfully negotiated over 35,000 settlements that were irreconcilable prior to their involvement.
Mr. Silberman continues to be a regular contributor on MSNBC’s “Your Business” and has been a featured expert for: CNN, Fox, CBS, ABC, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, US News and World Report and Forbes Magazine. He is a sought after lecturer on small business affairs and has been a guest on many business related radio broadcasts.
He co-authored the "Small Business Survival Book" and has written technical articles for numerous publications, most notably for The US Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Credit Management.
Mr. Silberman serves on the State Advisory Board for the New Jersey Small Business Development Center Network. He has also addressed national and regional conferences of the Association of Small Business Development Centers and SCORE. These organizations are resource partners of The United States Small Business Administration.
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