Ginovus Names Eric Olsen as New Project Analyst
Fishers, Indiana — Ginovus is very pleased to announce that Eric Olsen has joined its site selection and economic development incentive firm as a Project Analyst. Olsen brings several years of private sector analyst experience to his new role, where his work will be in support of location modeling, site selection, and incentive procurement projects. He brings a diverse range of project management, advanced analytics, and cross-functional initiatives skills to his position with Ginovus.
“Eric has an intellectual curiosity that is an often unseen but important function of site selection and economic development,” said Larry Gigerich, Executive Manager Director. “We look forward to tapping into Eric’s natural problem-solving abilities and technical expertise to further enhance our practice and client experience.”
Olsen earned a bachelor’s degree in economics with a mathematics minor from Haverford College before starting a career as an analyst and automation developer for a Fortune 500 U.S.-based manufacturing company. Eric appreciates the complexities involved in deconstructing data, improving efficiencies, and communicating outcomes in an easy-to-understand manner for the customer.
Most recently, Olsen served as an Automation Developer and Analyst for Stanley Black & Decker, where he worked on various automated processes across business units and designed analytical dashboards for the management team. In addition to his time at Stanley Black & Decker, Olsen was an independent consultant specializing in robotics process automation.
“I feel privileged to work with and learn from industry leaders in site selection and economic development,” Olsen said. “My goal is to assist and expand upon the expert level of consulting and personal service Ginovus is globally recognized and respected for by its clients.”