Bill Bach is an Associate Broker with Broderick & Associates where his focus is on assisting technology and industrial based companies with mergers, acquisitions, and venture capital financing.
Bill has an extensive background involving innovation going back to his first job working for Alcoa on the original development of the pop top aluminum can. He was later responsible for the sale of the first two commercially manufactured gamma cameras, the imaging system that is the basis of the field of Nuclear Medicine.
Bill was founder of Medx which pioneered the rebuilding gamma cameras and negotiated the Company’s sale to a NYSE Fortune 500 company. He subsequently served as president of Encore Medical Systems and negotiated that company’s sale to Medasys and in turn its merger with DDMS, a European publicly traded company.
Bill spent 11 years as president and co-owner of the Krauss Organization, one of Tampa’s premier commercial real estate firms. As a commercial broker Bill has represented some of the largest and most sophisticated companies in the country including Verizon, WW Granger, Fresenius Medical Care, SCI (Dignity) Funeral Services, Anheuser-Busch, Best Foods, and Shell Oil.
Bill’s entrepreneurial activity continued with the founding of Florida Short Sale Negotiators, Inc. and the negotiation of over 1,000 short sales for his clients and other Realtors.
Bill received his CCIM designation and later severed as president of the Florida Westcoast CCIM Chapter. He became a member of the prestigious Society of Industrial and Office Realtors where he served as Florida State President. He is a former Gulfcoast Commercial Realtor of the Year, a Prologis Top Broker in three different years, a former director of the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks, an eight time Pinnacle Award winner, and a FGCAR President’s Award winner.
Bill’s formal education includes an engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin. He has held a Series 22 Securities License, a Mortgage Originator’s License, and recently completed the UC-Berkley Law School’s Venture Capital Certificate Course. He resides in Palm Harbor Florida with his wife Anne and Fox Terrier McGee. They have seven grown children and seventeen grandchildren.