David M. Daggett, CPA, Succeeds as an Entrepreneur


Posted June 4, 2016 by davidmdaggettCPA

David M. Daggett is not just a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), but an entrepreneur as well. He built a successful career for himself in manufacturing law enforcement equipment.

 
David M. Daggett became a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in 1986. He graduated from San Diego State University in 1983 with a degree in business administration and two years of experience in an accounting firm. He immediately began working for Arthur Andersen & Company, which was the largest accounting firm at that time. He worked hard in the tax department and then moved into the small business division. He worked with small to medium sized businesses and learned about the importance of tax planning and compliance in business.

In 1985, he was recruited by Deloitte & Touche, which became the largest accounting firm in the world later on. He worked in the tax department as a senior tax analyst. In 1986, David M. Daggett earned his certification and became a CPA. He was also promoted to tax manager. He worked with a wide array of clients and honed his already well-developed skills. In 1987, he decided to branch out on his own and became the owner and president of David M. Daggett & Company. This was the first step in his career as a business owner.

In 1994, Daggett’s grandfather passed away and left him his business. Daggett took over F. Morton Pitt Co., which manufactured fiberglass rear seats for law enforcement. At the time, the company was losing ten percent per month. He worked hard and in only five years, he turned the business around so that it was up by ten percent. He also separated the manufacturing aspect from the company and created a whole new company called Pittco, Inc., which focused only on manufacturing and production. In 1999, Daggett partnered up with another entrepreneur named David Graves. Together they patented and manufactured a thirteen-inch traffic cone that had an electronic system installed inside of it. The product was called DuraFlare and was popular among law enforcement.

In 2001, Daggett continued his entrepreneurial endeavors and created Gator Hawk Armor, Inc. This company developed and manufactured body armor for law enforcement. It was popular among different agencies and the company was very profitable. David M. Daggett successfully sold the company in 2007. He built successful careers for himself in the financial industry and as an entrepreneur.

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Last Updated June 4, 2016