Seattle, Washington

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1700 7th Street Suite 116
Seattle, WA 98101

T: 206.602.3080

Dominic Ricchetti

Senior Vice President

Dominic has more than 25 years of high-tech product development, marketing and strategic planning experience. His numerous list of business successes include leading market research for Microsoft’s expansion in mobile communications, including creating their customer segmentation in use across business groups.

Dom served as Chief Marketing Officer for three Internet and media technology start-ups.  He held the position of VP of Industry Analysis at Millward Brown IntelliQuest as well as the Director of PC and Workstation industry analysis programs at Gartner Dataquest. Dom managed customer-driven innovation research for QuickBooks and developed loyalty driver models at Intuit. At Dell, he was a Senior Strategist for the launch of its server and storage businesses, helping to double sales three years in a row.  Previously, he was engineering manager at Digital Equipment during their leadership in networking and computer architecture.

Dom has a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Ohio State University.  He completed graduate studies in marketing and finance at the University of Texas, and Operations Research at the University of Massachusetts.

Joy Liuzzo

Vice President

Joy Liuzzo is a polymath with an eclectic 16-year career in research, analytics, marketing, product management, and sales. Having earned her stripes on both the client-side and vendor-side of multiple tech companies, she excels at thinking creatively and diving deep to find answers.

Joy built an expertise in mobile, new product, advertising effectiveness, and brand research through her work at Amazon, InsightExpress (now Millward Brown Digital), AOL, and MCI. Her clients included CPG, consumer electronics, finance, consumer healthcare, technology, and service companies. She’s especially proficient in addressing the research needs of start-ups and fast-moving technology firms.

When she’s not working, she’s finding any excuse to get on long-haul flights to new destinations.