Upon realizing his entrepreneurial flair, Matthew Fleeger knew he’d thrive in the business domain. In the hopes of equipping himself for the entrepreneurial realm, Fleeger earned a degree in business from Southern Methodist University. Honing his skills in finance and marketing, Fleeger acquired a keen understanding of the dynamics of business. Following his graduation, Fleeger dove head first into his desired line of work. The oil and gas industry piqued his interest, prompting Fleeger to assume various roles at numerous Texas-based oil and gas companies. Over the course of eight years, Fleeger graduated from entry-level positions to executive roles.
After gaining ample experience in his field, Fleeger decided to branch out and embark on his own pursuits. In 1993, Fleeger founded MedSolutions, a company responsible for overseeing the management and disposal of waste. More specifically, MedSolutions was in charge of treating waste that healthcare facilities created. From his inspired solutions to his revolutionary paradigms, Fleeger’s innovating thinking enabled MedSolutions to thrive. The company even earned the title of “regional leader in healthcare waste management.” Come 2007, Fleeger was wholly satisfied with the progress of his company. So satisfied, in fact, that he felt accomplished enough to sell the company for $59 million.
Once he bid MedSolutions a fond farewell, Fleeger rejoined the business world. Given his extensive experience, Fleeger had no issue landing a job in the oil and gas industry. He decided to return to his roots and work for his family’s oil and gas company, Gulf Coast Western. Fleeger is presently the company’s CEO, a role he’s no doubt familiar with. As a businessman who keeps his ear to the ground, Fleeger is constantly monitoring up-and-coming trends. What’s more, he leaps at opportunities to invest in burgeoning industries including the tanning domain.