John Romano – Internet Marketing and E-Commerce Strategist
An Internet visionary and entrepreneurial executive, John Romano has been launching innovative online startups for over a decade. Romano excels at seeing the big picture, identifying gaps, and employing creative solutions.
John Romano is an expert in the technical, conceptual, and content development of online startups. He is the operator of several ecommerce sites, the founder of multiple successful web development companies, and a consultant for various profitable online businesses.
In all of his various roles, Romano excels at seeing the big picture, managing initiatives, and providing new and creative solutions to identified problems. In the web-marketing field he has demonstrated a proven ability to drive record-high marketing campaign response rates and execute successful product launches.
In 1998 Romano launched Breakaway Solutions, a full-service web development company providing marketing, advertising, and PR campaigns. As a partner and eBusiness consultant of the organization, Romano develops the marketing plan for all online initiatives and promotional programs. He also designs, implements, and analyzes all business processes related to customer email collection and updating and manages SEO campaigns.
Romano guides a team of 20 to 30 talented programmers and designers working from various international locations; through his leadership efforts and management skills, the team has ensured a cutting edge web experience for businesses.
A current resident of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Romano received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts. He has also lived in Italy and Egypt and traveled extensively.
His personal travel experience has given him unique insight into the needs of the travel industry and the foundation to create several vacation rental portals. Romano’s projects and expertise has not gone unnoticed—his innovative work has been featured on many major news publications including MSNBC, Fox, USA Today, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and Kiplinger.
No matter the project, Romano steps up to the plate with hard work and innovation to create a stronger internet marketplace.