Jay started his career as a computer engineer for IBM, Boca Raton, where he worked on a new product called the IBM PC. After successfully designing a PC card and its supporting software, he left IBM for a small start-up called Core International. As one of 13 employees working in an old house, Jay helped that company more than quadruple sales and double in size in less than a year.
That experience taught Jay many lessons, and helped him to recognize his preference for smaller companies. Soon after, Jay returned to school where he earned an MBA in Entrepreneurship from one of the top programs in the nation. He has been involved in small businesses and start-ups ever since. (Jay even started a successful business unit for MicroAge, Inc. — a Fortune 500 company.)
Much of Jay’s knowledge about the Internet is a result of a company he formed in 1997 called Iperdome, Inc. But what started out as a typical Internet venture, soon turned into a world-wide process to establish Internet Governance. As one of its most active participants, Jay testified in front of Congress, served on the IFWP Steering Committee (process resulting in ICANN), and provided Internet Governance consulting to Network Solutions. (read the details in this Harvard Law interview)
Today, Jay helps people transition to the new economy through his work at BizPlacements.com and UpSidez.com, writes about the Great Recession at Tranzitioning.com, and remains politically active through ProSeAction.org.
To learn more about Jay Fenello, please contact him at:
289 Balaban Circle
Woodstock, GA 30188
Phone: (770) 516-6922