John Hartnett

Vice President of Global Business Development, Endoscopy Replacement Parts, Inc. (Newberry)


Hartnett_John_1696x1459John Hartnett, III is the Vice President of Global Business Development with Endoscopy Replacement Parts, Inc. Hartnett grows the company’s global distribution through trend analysis, aligning organizational resources and increasing marketing effectiveness worldwide. He also expands the industry by jointly representing United States manufacturing with overseas service partners to Ministries of Health and provincial hospital groups in emerging markets.

Hartnett has over twelve years of executive level operations and export marketing experience in manufacturing and logistics management. N.A.S.A. and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency designated him to be a top 5% Quality Management System Director of an overall mature organization. He has been appointed by Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker to the Northern and Central – West Florida District Export Council and is a member of the Enterprise Florida International Life Sciences-Medical Industry Committee. Hartnett serves on the Florida Chamber Foundation Board of Trustees and its International Trade & Logistics Institute and Six-Pillars Innovation Caucus. Additionally, he serves on the Florida Chamber International Business Council and its Global Florida Committee. Regionally, he is on the Board of Directors of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce Advanced Manufacturing Council as the Education Committee Chair and the Regional International Strategy Committee. He also serves on the Board of Directors for CareerSource North Central Florida and Junior Achievement.

Hartnett holds a Bachelor of Science degree in International Economics from Auburn University and has recently received recognition including the Florida Governor’s Business Ambassador Award; the U.S. Small Business Administration 2016 National Exporter of the Year Award; and the U.S. Department of Commerce 2016 President’s “E” Award for Exporters. He is committed to international trade growth in Florida particularly focusing on entrepreneurship and manufacturing in a globalized economy.