I worked at LDI (Indiana)Pros
flexibility and autonomy. you can develop sales programs and source new vendors with freedom from management.Cons
lack of structure and organization. Needs to be better regular dissemination of industry and company information via voicemail, text message, e-mail, etc.Advice to ManagementAdvice
better communication and planning.No opinion of CEO
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At LDI the "D" could stand for "diversified." The investment company has interests in firms that deal in clothing, motorcycle parts, logistics, and distribution. Focusing on long-term investments, it typically is a cash buyer of controlling stakes in companies and holds onto investments for an average of more than 15 years. LDI's holdings include Tucker Rocky, a distributor of aftermarket parts, apparel, and accessories for the power sports industry. It sells more than 100,000 items for street and off-road motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles internationally through seven...