Michael Woloshin is a highly skilled, entrepreneurial-minded leader with decades of experience in business development, marketing and brand building. Michael was the driving force behind developing, expanding, and managing Candidates On Demand Group, which was ranked No. 4 in the Crain’s New York Business list of the New York Area’s Largest Executive Recruiters. Mr. Woloshin also owns and operates multiple Internet companies including the Job Channel Network, Name Your Fee and the CandidateXchange, among others. Mr. Woloshin is also a strategic investor with a keen focus on management’s ability to execute. “Over the years I have developed a strong Rolodex and look to utilize these contacts for the betterment of the companies we represent with Cicero Transact Group. No one has a monopoly on good ideas.”
Joe Abrams is co-founder of The Software Toolworks, a publicly held developer, publisher, and distributor of educational and entertainment software, which was sold to Pearson, Plc. for $462 million. Mr. Abrams also co-founded Intermix, the predecessor company to MySpace, which was sold to News Corp. in 2005 for $580 million. He has also served on the Board of Advisors for Akeena Solar and and was an adviser to ZAAG, assisting in public offerings, acquisitions and capital raisings.
Mr. Abrams specializes in emerging growth companies in several areas including: technology, drug discovery technology services, consumer products,big data and online job placement. Mr. Abrams also sits on University of Rochester Simon School of Business Executive Advisory Committee.
Stephanie Salvatore is of Counsel to Robinson Brog and a member of the Firm’s Capital Markets and Taxation Departments. Stephanie represents public, private and non-profit companies and high net worth individuals. She advises clients on corporate governance and is seasoned in contract negotiation and drafting in a wide array of industries, including but not limited to, biotech, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, mineral processing, renewable energy, media, software, hospitality, apparel, hedge funds, marketing, and real estate.
She counsels clients on securities compliance including 1934 Securities Exchange Act disclosure filings, Securities Act of 1933 registration statements, Section 16 compliance documents including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, 14A, and 14C, Forms 3, 4, and 5, Schedule 13, Forms S-1, S-8 and Form 10, and blue sky filings.
Stephanie manages public and private investment transactions including negotiation, drafting and facilitating private and public offerings, debt and equity acquisitions, and exchange offers, divestitures, and joint ventures, and advises clients on their Intellectual Property registration, protection and licensing.
In Stephanie’s tax practice she advises clients on tax efficient transactions, formations, dissolutions and strategic structuring.
Naton Wells acknowledged for well-defined understanding of the business-interfacing and capacity to identify and align clients’ emerging client needs with strategic investors and advisory services nationwide. A successful and diverse background spanning technical, operational management, service delivery, project management, and business-development disciplines underscores expertise in engaging decision makers and devising winning advisory and funding strategy solutions. Uncompromising ethics and transparent communications underpin business-focused value propositions that leverage competitive advantage via top quality service. Skilled in optimizing teams dynamics, uniting diverse agendas to a common goal, and harnessing strategic and operational drivers to deliver results nationwide and globally for publicly traded companies.