Mark Lowenstein has a wide background in business plans and models, nonprofits, marketing, legal issues, business development, contract negotiation, strategic alliances, and international/domestic sales channel management in the software/high tech industry. He has a number of years of entrepreneurial experience with knowledge of a number of different markets and a strong sense of customer's needs. Mark was an Assistant Professor of Business at a small college most recently.
Evaluating and refining business models and reviewing business plans are a specialty. He knows how to help you evaluate their target market and determine the characteristics ;of their target customers. Mark advises on how to structure product and/or service offerings for a successful business. In addition, he can help you determine the best means to deliver the product and/or service in a cost effective manner using a variety of channels; both direct and indirect. He consulted with inventors evaluating the commercial feasibility of markets and product development for a variety of patents. Mark was the COO of a fixed wireless broadband company focused on the Caribbean market and was the VP of Business Development at a software industry nonprofit.
Lowenstein co-founded two software based startups: one was a supplier of tactical weather systems to the US military and international markets and the other a data acquisition measurement company for manufacturers. Mark has worked with several non profit organizations and has been on the board of a regional economic development agency. He is currently a trustee for a local college.