David Farrington launches newest Vistage CEO group in Wyoming Valley and Scranton, PA

San Diego, January 12, 2015— Vistage Chair David Farrington recently launched a new chief executive group focused on helping members evaluate opportunities, gain new perspectives and discover a renewed sense of direction. Farrington is part of a larger community comprised of more than 400 Chairs and 45,000 members in 35 countries.

Vistage Regional Executive Lisa Sable applauded his success: “David is such a pro! His mantra as he launched his second CE Group was, “If I build it, they will come.” And, did they ever! David is a very passionate, smart business leader and I’m not surprised at how quickly he was able to assemble a select group of high-performing business leaders. Congratulations David!”

Dave Farrington is a business coach with a passion for helping business owners and chief executives increase the effectiveness of their organizations and achieve their personal and professional best. Building on many years of experience in investment banking followed by many more years as founder and CEO of a multi-million dollar international corporation and later as Managing Partner of a green NEPA construction company and as Board Chairman for both for-profit and non-profit entities, Dave has a solid grounding in all aspects of the business life cycle from start-up to exit. Dave received both an MBA in Finance (Beta Gamma Sigma) and a BA from Columbia University in New York City.

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