Oransi Air Purification with Peter Mann

Peter Mann; Veteran On the Move

In this episode, Joe is joined by Navy Veteran and entrepreneur Peter Mann. Peter is the founder and CEO of Oransi; an air purification company. After serving for four years as a Surface Warfare Officer, he entered the corporate world. Building on his business experience gained from working at two Fortune 100 companies, Peter started a successful ecommerce business and later Oransi. Peter shares his lessons learned while building a business from its foundation and the importance of understanding the customers you service. Check out Ornasi here.   



About Our Guest  

Peter Mann is the CEO & Founder of Virginia-based Oransi, a leading air purification company known for its efficient, intuitive and reliable products for consumers, schools, organizations and businesses. He also is the Chair of the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers Air Cleaner Council. In 2021, Oransi merged with Aviemore Technologies and is now a motor technology company with a clean energy mission. Oransis new manufacturing facility in Radford, Virginia is making products in the USA with advanced motor technologies. Previously, Peter was the Founder & CEO of the Austin, Texas-based Alen Corp., an air purification company he built, and after 7 years had a successful exit. He went to college on a Navy ROTC scholarship and then served 4 years, including a tour in the Red Sea during the First Gulf War. He was a communications officer and then gunnery officer on the USS McCandless. Peter is late diagnosed autistic and now advocates for autism awareness in the workplace. Connect with him on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-mann/.



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