Rory Jones co-founded NEIP and is a Partner in the business. For much of his career since the 1980s, Rory has operated as a consultant to leaders in Fortune 500 and mid-market businesses, and has helped those businesses create billions in cash flow and business value. Rory was Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers Strategy Consulting, and led the US Shareholder Value practice in the 1990s. He left PwC in 2000 and co-founded Business Value Associates, a consultancy focused on driving long-term cash flow and value growth. Rory has served leaders in some of todayís most successful businesses, such as Diageo, Encyclopedia Britannica, HP, Liberty, IBM and others.
Previously, Rory was with consultants Marakon Associates, and before that he held senior positions at Thomson Consumer Electronics in Europe. He earned his MBA from the University of Chicago, and his BSc in Electronic Engineering from Londonís City University. Rory has published many papers and speaks regularly on using market strategy to deliver superior performance. He is quoted regularly in the national media (Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, others), in marketing and finance publications, and sits on several boards, including the Association for Strategic Planning. His book, The Executive Guide to Boosting Cash Flow & Shareholder Value is published by John Wiley & Sons.
Steve Malloy co-founded NEIP and is a Partner in the business. Steve has worked in strategy consulting and at technology companies for nearly 20 years, specializing on market changing business models. Prior to NEIP Steve has operated as a serial entrepreneur, and has founded and led several ventures. These include Cachet Solutions, a software play in the Financial Services sector, and several renewable energy market investments.
Steve was a Principal in the Business Strategy consulting practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers. While at PwC, Steve advised business leaders at Ameritech, Motorola, Samsung and others. Steve was also with consultants Hewitt Associates. He earned his MBA from the University of Chicago, and his BA in Political Science from Carleton College. Steve serves on several boards; primarily venture companies in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors.