Bob Carilli is an entrepreneur and seasoned digital transformation strategist who has been at the forefront of industry firsts. Bob is a pioneer in developing processes using technology to help people do things more efficiently. He began his career in 1996 working as a producer on AT&T's Summer Olympic Games Website. The initiative was the recipient of numerous awards, including two 1996 CASIE awards, a 1996 Mar.com award, and a 1997 ADDY Award.
Bob and his team built John Hancock's first website including sophisticated financial planning tools that were among the first available online. He helped launch shopIBM eCommerce in 1998, produced EarthCam's New Years Eve 2000 Live from Times Square, and a number of World Wrestling Federation Streaming Media Productions, which were among the first live pay per view streaming video events.
When the dot-com bubble burst in 2000, Bob made the move to full-time entrepreneurship. He spent a couple of years living in Ecuador building the GoEcuador.com team and business. Over the years Bob has fine-tuned his ability to formulate and execute winning digital strategies and development plans. Today Bob is an active partner in several businesses that are focused on helping others find what they need both online and off.