Jack Loop is the CEO of The Loop Company, Inc., a business development and marketing strategy company which over the past 25 years has focused on developing marketing, sales, product and strategies as well as finding strategic investors and partners for young companies to help them grow faster.
Companies range from industrial manufacturing, technology financial products, and consumer products industries. Loop’s customers have included Kate Spade, Madison Square Garden, Spencer Stuart, Public Storage, TopCoder, Gap, Macy’s, Rapid Rack Industries, and Onward Healthcare.
He founded, invested in and helped manage several start-up companies including John Galt Corporation, a technology distribution company which was sold to Computerland, The HomeCard Company, a rewards-based marketing platform, LiveClips, a pioneer in live automated video content curation and distribution, sold to Direct TV, and Clabbor, a peer to peer question and answer social network.
He recently collaborated with the WSJ.com to further develop www.Americana.tv a short-form streaming video platform and web series focused highlighting innovation and capitalism in America over the past 400 years.
Over his career he has embraced the challenges and rewards of working with emerging technologies from Cellular One, an early wireless carrier, Businessland, an early computer retailer, Interdyne, an early manufacturer of computer storage products and Next Access, an early advertising based mobile application.
He’s a founding Board member for Future 5, a Stamford, CT. based non-profit profit focused on helping inter city teenagers build self esteem, and guide them down the path towards a career or college. He serves as a Board member for Voices of September 11 a non profit which help raise funds for grief counseling for families and first responders of terrorism based tragedies.