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30+ days ago

Senior Product Manager

National Envelope Frisco, TX

include the following: (Other duties may be assigned). · Manage in-life product performance: sales, margin, and churn, conducting extensive… National Envelope

30+ days ago

Director of Pricing Strategy

National Envelope Frisco, TX

Focus on maximizing total variable margins and help shift the business from a cost plus mentality to value based philosophy. Acts as a strategic… National Envelope

30+ days ago


National Envelope Frisco, TX

• Greets and extends hospitality to visitors, determines the nature of their business and directs or assists them accordingly. • Answers inquiries… National Envelope

30+ days ago

Sales Representative- Dallas/Fort Worth

National Envelope Addison, TX

Reporting to the Regional Sales Manager the Sales Representative will be responsible selling National Envelopes products and services throughout… National Envelope

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    Perfect example of how a PE group burned and gutted a $600,000 company in 18 months.

    Former Employee - Vice President in Frisco, TX
    Former Employee - Vice President in Frisco, TX

    I worked at National Envelope full-time (more than 10 years)


    Prior to 2010 National Envelope was the model business for US paper converting. Employees both salaried and hourly were treated with respect and professionalism. The level of expertise was exceptional and the company was a sought after industry resourse.


    The PE group was a frat house of Wharton. No regard for the company legacy, the clients and the employees. The ignorant leader was arrogant and decisions made were without any recourse for accountability.

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    Accountants can't be accountable if they do not understand the business.
    Kudo's to the real leadership team, the boots on the ground who fought the fight.

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