Gregory Shalov


Gregory Shalov is a Partner in our New York City office and has over twenty years experience in investment banking, operations, and venture capital in various industries including food and consumer, hardware and software technology, unified collaboration as well as traditional infrastructure companies. Prior to joining ONEtoONE Gregory co-founded and ran Nourish Snacks, a “better for you” snack food company as well as JumpHawk, a provider of search optimization software company for local service businesses. Gregory has also invested in and run business development for Rethink, Inc. a software company that provides a unique online education to educators of special needs children and Revolabs, a provider of high-end audio equipment for the unified collaboration space. Gregory helped build these companies from inception to successful stable businesses and worked on fund raising as well as the sale of Revolabs to Yamaha. Gregory started his career as an analyst at Warburg Dillon Read (now UBS)in the Food and Consumer Group and worked on the sale of Weight Watchers, the purchase of Favorite Brands, the Sale of Nabisco and Nabisco Group Holdings among other transactions. Gregory holds his bachelors degree in economics and history from Oberlin College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa as well as receiving the Comfort Starr prize for academic excellence in both history and economics. Gregory now lives in Westchester, NY with his wife, four children and dog and enjoys doing construction projects with his children.

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