Capital Tape founder and chairperson Ken Hegyes (second from right) sold the company to Andrew Small (second from left), vice president of sales and operations. President Neil Small (left) and Richard Nickerson (right), from First National Bank, are also pictured.

Capital Tape founder and chairperson Ken Hegyes executed his succession plan in May 2018. After careful planning and consideration, he sold the company to Andrew Small, vice president of sales and operations.

Capital Tape has been under Hegyes’s guidance since its first customer in 1990. His main objective was to find an ownership group to retain all employees and continue his vision of quick service to its customers, according to the company. Hegyes will continue to serve as a consultant to Capital Tape for the near future.

Small has been with Capital Tape since April 2016. Coordinating a new website, spending time on the road supporting distributors and customers and sourcing additional materials are just some of the tasks Andrew has tackled since joining Capital Tape, according to the company. Capital Tape’s president, Neil Small, who has been with the company for more than 13 years, will continue to help sustain company growth and handle day-to-day operations.

Capital Tape products include mirror mounting tapes, door and window glazing tapes, trim attachment, bath enclosure sealing and structural glazing.

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