Stax adds Vince Zosa as managing director in Boston

30 November 2022 2 min. read
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Stax, a global M&A strategy consulting firm, has hired Vince Zosa as a managing director in its Boston headquarters.

Zosa brings more than 20 years of experience advising private equity and corporate clients on driving profitable growth in the industrial, financial services, high-tech, and distribution industries.

The move is part of Stax’s growth strategy plan to hire senior talent, a company press release said.

“With decades of advising private equity firms, portfolio companies, and publicly-traded entities at the top level, Vince’s expertise perfectly aligns with Stax’s client base, strategic vision, and data-driven insight,” said Paul Edwards, senior managing director, Stax. “His unique background will provide Stax with an accelerated approach to extend and expand our private equity relationships; especially around value creation and data analytics offerings within industrials, B2B services, and technology.”

Zosa joins Stax from Treacy & Company, a boutique Boston consultancy focusing on strategy, growth, and innovation engagements. He spent the last 12 years at the firm and served as a partner since 2013. He led Treacy’s industrials practice and founded Construction Edge Analytics, a startup within the consultancy’s venture arm. Zosa also played a central role in Treacy’s engagements in value creation for private equity portfolio companies.

Stax adds Vince Zosa as managing director in Boston

Earlier in his career, Zosa was a principal at PRTM Management Consultants and a case team leader at Bain & Company, where he advised on strategy and operational transformation projects. He also founded and led Globalstride, a pioneering offshore outsourcing call center (300+ seats), which he guided to a successful exit in 2005.

Zosa has an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the University of Virginia.

“I am greatly excited to join the Stax team. Stax is poised for tremendous growth as a leader in analytically driven, results-centered consulting both within the PE space and beyond,” said Zosa. “I have focused my work over the past decade helping private equity firms, their portfolio companies, and the Fortune 1000 reach sustained levels of higher, profitable growth and look forward to amplifying and further developing Stax’s model for revenue-led value creation.”

Stax provides corporate and private equity clients with consulting in commercial due diligence, value creation, and exit planning. The firm has more than 275 people across locations in Boston, Chicago, New York, and Sri Lanka.

Stax last month appointed Jayson Traxler as president as part of a leadership transition plan initiated in the aftermath of its acquisition by Blue Point Capital in 2021.