Because of the success of INCE, his client, GlaxoSmithKline urged him to create another company so that it could service its own needs. Thus, in 1993, he founded Advanced Communication and Education (ACE) that mostly conducted peer to peer speaker-supported dinner meetings and advisory board meetings. Advanced Communication and Education conducted over 15,000 dinner meetings and advisory boards for GlaxoSmithKline alone.
By 2003, both companies had combined revenue of over $30 million.
Prior to the success with his own companies, Jeff worked as an Executive for major pharmaceutical companies such as Lederle, Roche, Sandoz and Janssen Pharmaceutica. Some of these Executive positions included Product Manager, International Marketing Manager, Communications Manager and Director of Continuing Medical Education.
His article “Getting the Doctor’s Ear”, received good reviews in the industry’s popular publication, “The Pharmaceutical Executive”.
In 2013, he founded Postgraduate Education in Long Term Care, with the specific objective of providing educational programs for physicians, nurses and pharmacists in long term care.
He obtained his MBA from Wagner College, Staten Island NY, in 1979.