Guiding toward growth
Think Growth’s goal is to serve the needs of the companies we work with—whether for-profit or nonprofit, we work to identify a business’s needs and capitalize on latent opportunities. We strive to build trust with our clients and learn how to move them forward.
We work hand in hand with our clients to build and analyze the best strategies and approaches to empower the organization or individual to achieve and maintain the advantage. Our partnership and leadership creates change and innovation that lead to sustainable value.
We help our clients renew their business strategy and strengthen their positions in their unique vertical. We partner with our clients and provide the pathway and structure that leads to creation, innovation, and sustainable solutions.
About The Founder
Ross Sanner is the Founder and CEO of Think Growth Consulting LLC, a leading company that guides both nonprofit and for-profit businesses through smart, expansive investment and growth opportunities. He offers consulting services in a number of verticals regarding strategy, leadership, and recruitment. Ross helps his clients earn successful returns on investments by providing solutions and overseeing their implementation.
Ross’s career has spanned finance, education management, the tech industry, and ultimately consulting. In every professional role, he has focused on growth, whether this was through his work in Mergers and Acquisitions for a Fortune 100 company or through his work with nonprofits. Ross’ diverse career has always allowed him to meet people where they currently are—and then help them figure out how to get to where they need to be. Ross has always stressed the importance of relationships in business. Through Think Growth, he cultivates sustainable growth opportunities for clients by connecting them with professionals in both the nonprofit and for-profit verticals.
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