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CEO Warrior Moving to Eatontown

CEO Warrior, a global business mentoring, training and coaching organization for service business owners, will move from its current location in East Brunswick to a larger building in Eatontown, showcasing the company’s growth over the past several years. The relocation is slated to be completed in September.

CEO Warrior co-owner and Chief Operating Officer Mike Disney said the new building has a larger event space and will also accommodate the company’s growing administrative and professional staff. The new building is located at 17 Christopher Way.

“We’re looking forward to making this move and can’t wait to start hosting our business training events in the larger space,” Disney said. “We’ve just outgrown our current location. The new Eatontown building will not only be more conducive to our larger class sizes, but it will also afford our administrative staff with more room to grow.”

This is the second move for the home service coaching company since its inception in 2014. It moved to its East Brunswick location in 2017 and continued to grow despite global challenges like the COVID-19 pandemic. During the pandemic, it was able to move to a 100% online service delivery model. CEO Warrior now offers both online and in-person training events.

“The move is a testament to how much we’ve accelerated our growth and expanded our offerings to create additional value for our clients,” Disney said. “We expect that with our larger event space, we’ll be able to build more unique and differentiated classes to help our clients grow their companies, expand their business excellence and meet the challenges they face as home service business owners.”

Doug Twyman, a vice president at Colliers, represented CEO Warrior in the deal.

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