Craig Curk Lays Solid Educational Foundation

Craig Curk has created an immensely successful professional life as an electronics sales CEO, the result of a solid base of experience with electronics corporations Quad Systems, Tyco Electronics and QC Electronics.  But Craig Curk began his preparation for a business career as a young man, born in Dayton, Ohio in 1961.  Curk has never strayed far from his hometown and his Ohio roots, fond of and very loyal to the familiarity and furtherance of Dayton in all ways.  The Dayton metropolitan area had almost 800,000 souls as of the 2010 census, while Dayton itself is the sixth largest city in Ohio.  Ohio is a center of manufacturing combined with a nexus of the United States’ population, rendering Dayton a perfect storm of suppliers, shippers and industrialists. Dayton is known as a research and development center for aeronautical interests and engineering, where significant innovations in technology have occurred.

Craig Curk

Craig Curk

Although the presence of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in the proximity of Dayton has had, and continues to have, a significant impact on long-time residents like Craig Curk, in recent years Dayton’s economy has become diversified into service businesses like insurance, healthcare and government facilities associated with aerospace development.

Craig Curk wisely chose to make his career in his hometown of Dayton, Ohio in the United States, a locale which offers a plethora of fertile opportunities for a budding entrepreneur in business.  Dayton is rich in defense and aerospace technology industry, but also has a combined employment of 32,000 in Dayton area hospitals and healthcare facilities.

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About Craig Curk

Craig Curk has been a youth soccer coach for over ten years. With a National “D” License, he has led his U-15 boys’ team to tenth place in the state cup championship in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He played Division I soccer at Xavier University while he was completing his BSBA in Accounting, but he never lost the desire to be involved with the sport.
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