Miles J. Rose
646-961-3827

mjrose@gmail.com

Consummate networker who connects the dots to accomplish business milestones

Develop Business Development anf Referanceable Business Customers for Clients in numerous industries. This is a short term retainer based service done with Tempest Systems.

In Development

SiliconAlley.com, Inc. New York, NY 1998-current

Founder SiliconAlley is in relaunch.

SiliconAlley.com, Inc. is a B2B directory for New York's SiliconAlley community. SiliconAlley.com is self funded and is profitable.

Sold Ronco to CD3 Corporation. With Chart Group

Pre Inventory Analysis for sales for Mercedes Cabriolet Restoration Shop in Los Angeles. Sold to the largest German parts provider of parts in Germany.

Small World Toys Los Angeles 2009-2011

Ecommerce General Business Consulting
Established both B2B and B2C websites, initiated social media programs, developed software for B2C salespersons to show local retailers which products local customers were viewing online which wasn't being ordered. Liaison with company owners. Developed "I want my" allowing children and their parents to send a voice message attached to the product they want as a present allowing for easy one click purchasing. Approximately 20% conversition rate.

Founder ConsumerSearch.com sold to NYTimes

Media Syndication Global New York, NY 2006-2007
Consulting, Sales and Business Development

Web & business development New York, NY 2004

Sales, Business Development and Marketing for A1Technology. .

Industry

Board Member World Wide Web Artists Consortium (WWWAC) 1998-1999. Founder WWWAC Business Special Interest Group, "BIZSIG". Member NYNMA 1997-1999. Founding member of Federation of International Multimedia Associations (FIMA). Industry speaker at Internet World. and numerous other industry events. Guest lecturer at NYU. Named to Silicon Alley Top 100 list of 100 most influential Silicon Alley professionals by Silicon Alley Reporter Magazine, received Mayor of New York's citation for hosting WWWAC BizSig meeting during Internet World which featured Nathan Myhrvold, former CTO of Microsoft and previewed the video, "Why New York Works for New Media".