July 5, 2017

Mike Titizian

Mike Titizian joined Colson Group Canada, Inc. in 1997 as president and general manager of Colson’s Canadian operations. In this role, his responsibilities include positioning the operations for strategic growth and profitability through four distribution facilities located in Cambridge, Ontario; Toronto, Ontario; Vancouver, British Columbia; and Montreal, Quebec. With over 35 years in the manufacturing industry, he specializes in market and product development strategies to penetrate target markets, global sourcing and supply chain management, and business process improvements to facilitate customer service experience excellence.

Prior to joining Colson, Titizian served as general manager at Tampa Hall Limited, a manufacturer of pre-fabricated, engineered building components in Ayr, Ontario. His role focused on the operational profitability of the business through a wide network of dealers and distributors of its products in Ontario. Titizian also served as the entrepreneurial owner of AGM Carpet Products Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of floor covering installation materials and products, servicing commercial, institutional, and residential trades in the housing market. Prior to entering the private sector, Titizian spent three years working for the Federal Government in Ottawa, Ontario.

Titizian has authored many market-specific articles related to the caster industry in the following publications: Ontario Business; Animal Laboratory News, USA; Healthcare Purchasing News, USA; MRO Magazine; Kinecor (Wajax) Connections; and Plant Engineering & Maintenance (PEM) Magazine.

Titizian currently volunteers as an advisor on the Executive Council of the Armenian Prelacy of Canada, and is an active member of the Armenian Community Centre of Cambridge, Ontario. He earned a Master of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, a Master of Arts from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, and earned his Honors in Bachelor of Arts from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario.

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