Business Development Expert
C-Suite & Commercial
Greg S. Jones has over thirty years of experience developing and executing business strategies form the start-up phase, to turnarounds, to growth and through the exits. His broad experience in business development, marketing, customer care, human capital and business financials gives him a unique perspective and ability to organize and execute successful business strategies.
Greg brings expertise that provides Growth Capital, Business Development Strategies, and Sales Channel development which includes Franchise, License and Channel Partner execution.
Greg co-founded and sat as Chairman of Bookkeeping Express. Prior to Bookkeeping Express, he held the position of Sr. Vice President of Sales for Fransmart, a consulting firm focused on supporting companies that desired to establish their product or service through a franchise model. Fransmart delivered legal, marketing, sales and administrative services through their consultative model.
From 2002 - 2006, Greg was the Vice President of Sales for Cavalier Telecom, where he was responsible for the 250 employee Business Sales division. Prior to Cavalier, Greg co-founded Net Results, LLC, a telecom expense management firm that provided data and analytics to Fortune 1000 companies throughout the U.S. The company was sold in 2002 with a 10x multiple.
Greg spent the early portion of his career in the telecommunications space, serving in Branch, Regional, and Vice President positions (with LCI International, Harris Corporation, and Primus Telecom).
Greg has a BS degree in Business from Penn State University, where he was a member of the Penn State Football Team and the teams 1980 Captain. After graduating from Penn State University, Greg played football with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Greg is a member of the Capital Area Franchise Association, and the International Franchise Association. He holds development rights to the Five Guys Burger franchise in Central Florida. He is also an active member in the Penn State Alumni and Letterman's Clubs, S.O.M.E (So Others May Eat), a non-profit organization that aids the poor in the Washington DC area, and the Great Falls Athletic programs.