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Christopher Davenport


Las Vegas, Nevada Area

Member Since July 2021


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Christopher Davenport received his MBA from the University of California in September 2005 where he was recognized by his classmates as “the Most Innovative Thinker”. Before founding The 4Less Corp, Mr. Davenports’ previous business provided mobile dental services to the employees of the largest gaming corporations in the world. These contracts covered the lives of several hundred thousand employees on the Las Vegas strip. Due to the nature of the mobile facilities, Mr. Davenport implemented several new technologies at the time such as: film-less radiography, virtual patient charts and VPN networks to make for seamless quality health care. Soon after, Mr. Davenport expanded his mobile dental company to the military where he won several multiyear, multi-million dollar medical/dental National Guard Medical Readiness contracts. Mr. Davenport has a proven history of implementing innovative technologies that demonstrates his ability to lead The 4Less Corp into the future. Currently, he is the CEO/Founder at (OTCQB: FLES), the world's first automotive parts only multi-vendor marketplace.

Published content

10 Perks to Attract Top-Notch Candidates

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Offering additional benefits can increase the chances of not only drawing in attractive candidates, but also retaining your current workforce. In today’s job market, a high salary alone is no longer enough to entice high-quality candidates. Companies instead will need to consider offering additional benefits that appeal to job seekers looking for flexibility in their work lives and more meaning from the work they do.  From the ability to work from home and more PTO to programs dedicated to developing employees professionally, adopting these benefits may allow employers to draw in more prospects and retain their current workforce. Below, 10 members of Newsweek Expert Forum each share one perk companies should consider offering to attract top candidates in today’s competitive work environment. 

11 Tips for Leaders on Reducing Employee Burnout

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To keep the business running smoothly, leaders have to get to the root cause of employee burnout.  Whether your employees have been working remotely, on a hybrid schedule or have been in-person this entire time, the odds are high that they are likely feeling the strain of the last few years. A leader taking the initiative to look deeper within their organization and at the current culture of the organization is a smart first step.  Making an effort to implement change and offer more support can positively impact employees. To help leaders make changes, a panel of Newsweek Expert Forum members each share one strategy for addressing and reducing employee burnout in the workplace.

12 Illuminating Questions To Ask Potential Business Partners

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Taking the time to carefully vet business partners decreases the chances of something going wrong down the line.  A partnership with another person or company can increase your chances of successfully bringing your ideas alive. After all, a partner will be able to offer additional information and resources, and the combined effort means more work will get accomplished.  However, one must carefully vet every collaboration before signing on the dotted line. Though a business partnership may look good on paper, asking key questions beforehand can help ensure your prospective partner actually ticks all of the right boxes. Below, a panel of Newsweek Expert Forum members each share one question to ask a potential business partner before officially joining forces.

12 Skills Business Leaders Should Hone to Level Up Their Leading Abilities

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Prioritizing the development of leadership skills helps build organizations that can last long term. Business leaders today can no longer rely solely on the skills that have always brought organizational success. Instead, as the world continues to change significantly, the focus for leaders must be on strengthening existing skills and continually developing new skills to be able to build connected teams and long-lasting organizations.  To help deepen understanding of what skills will be needed in the future, the members of Newsweek Expert Forum each share one skill that business leaders should actively work on to level up their leading abilities.

Six Ways Small Businesses Can Approach Adopting Affordable AI Solutions

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Regardless of industry, affordable AI solutions can be found for businesses of all sizes. Artificial intelligence can empower a business to streamline and optimize workflows, but adoption can come with challenges outside of the adjustments to various internal processes. In addition to the time and effort it takes to implement efficient AI solutions, the financial commitment is also an obstacle for small businesses determining whether AI is a feasible option. If one knows where to start, AI can be an affordable endeavor for businesses of all sizes. To help, the members of Newsweek Expert Forum share how small businesses can approach adopting artificial intelligence without investing too much time and money into big data or programmers.

11 Ways to De-escalate and Mediate Workplace Conflicts

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Minor workplace disagreements left unchecked have the potential to quickly become completely unmanageable. Workplace conflicts are an inevitable part of working with people. As such, leaders need to have a proactive plan in place for handling these conflicts when they arise between employees. Disagreements left unchecked increase the chances of a conflict escalating, negatively impacting the culture of the company and creating a toxic environment as a result. To help leaders deal with workplace disagreements before they spiral out of control, the members of Newsweek Expert Forum share how to effectively de-escalate and mediate workplace conflicts when they arise.

Company details


Company bio is the world's first enterprise automotive parts only multi-vendor marketplace. What does that mean?? Well, think "Amazon" but for automotive parts only; thousands of sellers and millions of buyers all on one simple to use platform that caters to our industry! If you make parts for Cars, Pickup-Truck, Motorcycles, Semi-Trucks, RVs, Boats, Jet-Skis, Snowmobiles, ATV/UTV you now have a home that caters to your industry. List your products now and start selling more! PS. It's way better than Amazon at a fraction of the cost!!



Area of focus

Enterprise automotive parts
Multi-vendor marketplace