Vice President, Client Services
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As Vice President of Client Services at Communispace, Mike leads high-profile consulting engagements with leading Fortune 500 brands, helping these clients to connect with their customers in innovative and insightful ways to fuel customer-centered growth.
teams are focused on aligning insights efforts to client business priorities, and providing strategic direction for clients on how to get the most out of their private, online communities.
Mike has led work with a host of Communispace clients across a range of industries â€" including financial services, consumer packaged goods, hospitality, media and entertainment and technology.
has also been at the forefront of many emerging areas during the companyâ€™s growth, helping to codify best practices for financial services engagements, large multi-community enterprise engagements, and our recent expansion into China, among others.
Mike has more than 18 years of experience in marketing and business strategy and client relationship work, in both large corporate environments and entrepreneurial start-ups.
Mike came to Communispace from CircleLending, Inc. (later acquired by Virgin Group), where he helped to develop an entirely new financial services product category to address the â€œfriends and familyâ€ private loan market.
At CircleLending, Mike
led efforts to define and deliver the customer experience for the small business, mortgage and personal lending sub-categories.
Prior to CircleLending, Mike carried out strategy consulting with Monitor Company, led business development efforts at MIT Media Lab-spinoff, Presto Technologies, and managed a number of large defense contracts for the U.S. Air Force.
Mike cemented his geek status by studying aerospace engineering as an undergrad at MIT, and later returned to get his MBA from MITâ€™s Sloan School of Management.
A rabid film buff, Mike
can often be found at the movies or watching the latest Netflix offering with friends.
also enjoys exploring new restaurants, discovering new bands, photography, running and spending time outdoors with his
partner and their 90-pound "puppy," Gladys.