Jonathan Byrnes and John Wass

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Jonathan Byrnes is a Senior Lecturer at MIT, and Founding Chairman of Profit Isle. John Wass is CEO of Profit Isle, a profit acceleration SaaS company with proprietary analytics that have produced sustained year-on-year profit increases on tens of billions of dollars of client revenues. Jonathan and John are co-authors of the forthcoming McGraw Hill book, ”Choose your Customers: How to Compete Against the Digital Giants and Thrive”.

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