Gary Orosy is a consultant who crafts masterful strategies that generate profit growth. He works directly with CEOs, Private Equity Owners and Executive management. His engagements utilize innovative strategies that generate revenue opportunities and unlock operational potential to increase margin.
Gary began his marketing career at Procter and Gamble managing a number of major brands then moved to Frito-Lay where he built the Frito’s and Lay’s potato chip businesses. From there he joined Nabisco where he led billion dollar global brand franchises. Attracted to join Gillette he was a leader in the launch of the first Gillette Sensor Razor that introduced in 23 countries and reached a $1 billion rate of sale.
After his commercial assignments, he went into consulting as a Partner of Computer Sciences Corporation and later as a Senior Partner at A. T. Kearney. He has worked in numerous categories and for the most demanding and successful consumer companies in the world including PepsiCo, CVS/pharmacy, Trader Joe’s, Campbell’s Soup, Colgate-Palmolive, Unilever, Pepperidge Farms, Mary Kay, Alcon and numerous others.
Gary strives to put new technologies to use as they apply to client challenges. These include social media, big data analytics, “future shopper” strategies, marketing organization architecture and efficient MARCOM resource acquisition and use.
He received his a BA from Rutgers College, Rutgers University and a MBA from Cornell’s Johnson School of Management. He has served as a faculty member of the Johnson School and has been a member of its Dean’s Advisory Council. Gary currently delivers courses in Sales, Marketing and Social media as an Adjunct Faculty Member of the UNT College of Business.