Washington, Dc Metropolitan Area
With 10 years of experience in small business consulting, real estate development, restaurant management, and nonprofit start-up, Benjamin Dalley did the only thing there was left to do—he founded his own business.
In 2005, Dalley created Xebec Consulting Services, a consulting group that specializes in start-up businesses and real estate matters. Since then, he has completed more than $1.1 million in commercial and residential projects. Ben Dalley started his career working in real estate development. He was employed by the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development in Washington, D.C. In this position, he developed and managed planning initiatives and special projects. Ben Dalley also was hired as a Development Associate at the National Capital Revitalization Corporation in Washington, D.C., where he managed real estate development projects and reviewed initiatives’ financial data.
Ben Dalley obtained his consulting experience in New York City. He served as a Business Analyst Consultant at A.T. Kearney, Inc., where he worked with a global auto supplier and analyzed market data. After leaving A.T. Kearney, Ben Dalley became a cofounder and Business Director at technology firm Spectrosity, Inc., in Providence, Rhode Island. There, he performed marketing and research duties. In 2009, Ben Dalley co-founded the restaurants District Underground and District Lounge and Grille in the Washington, D.C., area. He oversaw the purchase and renovation of the restaurant properties, and continues to supervise daily operations along with the creation and implementation of marketing strategies. The restaurant group grossed over $3.5 million annually during his tenure.
In addition to all of his business ventures, Ben Dalley serves as Development and Operations Manager for Bike to the Beach, a nonprofit that aims to increase autism research and awareness. He manages the organization’s growth and develops marketing strategies. Benjamin Dalley earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Brown University, where he studied Economics and Sociology. In his spare time, he enjoys barbequing, biking, sailing, snowboarding, and writing.