Founder and Managing Partner @ BG Strategic Advisors
Benjamin Gordon is Founder of BGSA Holdings and Cambridge Capital in Palm Beach. He draws on a career spent investing in, advising and building supply chain and technology companies. At BGSA Holdings, Benjamin led the firm’s efforts, advising on over $1 billion worth of supply chain transactions. Benjamin has worked with firms such as UPS, DHL, Kuehne & Nagel, Agility Logistics, NFI Logistics, GENCO, Nations Express, Raytrans, Echo Global, Dixie, Wilpak, and others.
Prior to BGSA Holdings, Ben founded 3PLex, the Internet solution enabling third-party logistics companies to automate their business. Benjamin raised $28 million from blue-chip investors including Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, BancBoston Ventures, CNF, and Ionian. 3PLex was then purchased by Maersk. Prior to 3PLex, Benjamin advised transportation and logistics clients at Mercer Management Consulting. Prior to Mercer, Benjamin worked in his family’s transportation business, AMI, where he helped the company expand its logistics operations.
Benjamin is an active civic leader who is committed to giving back to the community. As founder and chairman of GesherCity, he boosted young adult volunteerism, expanding the organization to over 100,000 members in twenty locations. Benjamin has also served on the Boards of several non-profit groups, including the Palm Beach United Way, the Palm Beach Federation, the Palm Beach Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), the JDC, the JCCA, the Middle East Forum, and various other community organizations.
A recognized expert, Benjamin has been interviewed in major media including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, FreightWaves, Dynamo, Authority Magazine, Yahoo Finance, CorpGov, The Native Society, CNBC and others.
A published author, Ben has written for Fortune, CNBC, Freightwaves, SupplyChainBrain, Data Driven Investor, Supply Chains, Medium, Supply Chain 247, Supply Chain Management Review, the Middle East Quarterly, and others.