Kyle Ewing is an accomplished entrepreneur with a passion for building companies from the ground up. In 2014, he left the corporate world to launch his first company, Guerrilla Tags ID Systems. With Kyle's leadership, the company experienced rapid growth and was subsequently acquired in 2015.
Today, Kyle is focused on leading his current venture, TerraSlate Paper, which specializes in manufacturing and printing waterproof paper for an array of industries, including aerospace, defense, biotechnology, hospitality, education, and retail stores worldwide. Through keen attention to customer needs and by using using a nimble marketing approach, Kyle continues to drive his businesses' success.
Before venturing into entrepreneurship, Kyle gained valuable corporate experience in roles in Supply Chain at Brightstar Corporation, Management Consulting at Sand Cherry Associates, and Corporate Sales at Kroenke Sports Enterprises. He leveraged the knowledge he gained in these roles to build three companies from inception.
Kyle holds a BSBA and an MBA from the University of Denver. During his time at the University of Denver Daniels College of Business, Kyle's passion for academics and philanthropic work led him to establish the Seven Ribbons Foundation.
Kyle is a board member of Entrepreneurs Organization, where he is passionate about collaborating with other business owners and venture capitalists to develop environmentally friendly and renewable resource products.
In his personal life, Kyle lives in Denver with his wife, daughter, and golden retriever. He has competed in various sports, including professional skiing, skydiving, running, and triathlon. In 2009 he won the Mount Kilimanjaro Marathon and completed the Ironman Triathlon in 11 hours. Kyle recently received the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award from the Worldwide Who's Who organization, and has become an avid guitar player over the past 3 years.
Connect or learn more about Kyle: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyleewing/
Kyle hold the unofficial world record for the fastest speed in a company vehicle. Please don't tell HR.