We've taken the time needed to get things right.
There's no recipe for accurately locating retail
or understanding the dynamics of retail performance.
You need to know the country,
and you have to put in the hours.
An engineer by training and with graduate education at MIT and Harvard, Mark has worked on problems in retail market research for more than fifteen years. He is versed in retail analytics, site selection, and field survey work. He is currently working on development of a web interface for Retail GeoScore's retail scoring & ranking products.
A professional geographer, Jerry has worked with retailers and developers for more than 40 years, conducting field work in essentially every U.S. market. His knowledge of retail in American cities has been a key asset to Retail GeoScore. Jerry created Retail GeoScore's 3,000 shopping districts.
Ann Galvin holds a degree in computer science. Before Retail GeoScore, she worked as a software developer for some of the nation's largest companies. She is the chief database architect for Retail GeoScore. Ann wrote a front-end application that interfaces with our database, making it easy keep our locations 'on the rooftops.'
With a degree in design from Cornell and many years of design work experience, Lisa began work with Retail GeoScore when we began to take seriously the importance of quality design principles. She's involved in the presentation of everything that will eventually reach our clients - our resident design grammarian.
A veteran restauranteur, Billy brings years of sales experience to the team. A natural communicator, he made his start as a comedic actor, and made several appearances on Conan O'Brien's show. Keenly interested in retail market research, he has quickly absorbed the subject and is eager to talk to you about it.