When Bill Bansavage founded Cambridge America he also chose a non-typical financial approach to the new business. Rather than become a Sales representative organization, Bill chose to build a physical brick-and mortar presence that included the actual financial responsibility for product until it is shipped from the Branford, Connecticut warehouse. This approach has proven successful with companies leery of or too busy to be doing business with unknown Asian entities. This approach also forced due diligence in developing a supplier base as well as ensuring lasting partnerships with Cambridge America’s customer base.

While sales figures are not made public, 2008 sales increased by 17% over 2007…an amazing growth statistic in a staggering economy.

Cambridge America is debt free.