Two "Sweet" Additions to the Corporate Century Club
I found these two 100-year-old companies reading the New York Times yesterday - 36 Hours in Green Bay, WI. Both are companies making old-fashioned chocolates. Seroogy's Chocolates in DePere, began in 1899 and today is run by third generation Seroogy brothers.
Nearby Kaap's Old World Chocolates in Green Bay began in 1907.
Professor of Management at Hope College in Holland, Michigan since 2000; Ruch Director of the Baker Scholars Program; 2007/08 Fulbright Scholar at the Krakow University of Economics in Poland. 25 years of business experience including positions as VP of Marketing, General Manager of Herman Miller for the Home, and EVP of Strategy with Herman Miller, Inc., and in Human Resource Management with General Electric. Served on the boards of Resthaven Care Community, Hope College and Tulip City Airport, and was honored as a Distinguished Alumni and Executive in Residence at Grand Valley State University. Publications include articles in the areas of leadership, corporate longevity, global business and entrepreneurship.