Asaba Group Holdings: Executive Profile of Victor Edozien
Asaba Group Holdings is a strategy consulting and private equity holding company which leverages its principal’s strategy consulting background and wide-ranging knowledge to establish value for all stakeholders.
Its portfolio companies are committed to provide innovative solutions to various clients that help them maintain and increase market share. They make comprehensive and excellent returns for their shareholders and investors by investing in companies with distinctive market advantages or that occupy a competitive "white space" within an industry.
The company’s dedicated management team delivers strategic assistance which utilizes its exceptional background in strategy and management consulting.
The company has also reached $500 million in revenue with an enterprise value of $50 million with 650 employees and 10 locations in the United States.
About Victor Edozien
Victor Edozien is the founder and managing principal of the Asaba Group, Inc. and a veteran of the United States Army, 10th Mountain Infantry Division.
For more than a decade, he’s been in the private equity business and is the CEO and president of both SET Enterprises, Inc. and AG Manufacturing.
Since 2004, he has been in the principal investing primarily in manufacturing and consumer good sectors. He also has more than 15 years of extensive experience in strategic planning, revenue growth strategy, acquisition strategies, and business turnarounds and improvements.
Victor has also been successful in his studies. He holds a:
He is in the Wharton Fellows Program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a recent graduate of the prominent CEO Program of The Wharton School in United States, IESE Business School in Spain, and CEIBS in China.
He is a member of the YPO or the Young Presidents’ Organization, Entrepreneurs’ Organization, and CEO Connection. He is a board member of a 501(c)(3) organization called Real Life 101 that provides college scholarships for selected inner city, African American males who are graduating from high school.