Bill Taylor brings a successful record of accomplishment of piloting diverse businesses into new markets and driving consistent top-line revenue growth. Recognized as an outstanding business development professional, Taylor is a dynamic executive and leader who has built businesses in a wide range of companies from multi-national enterprises to VC funded start-ups. With domestic and international experience in both the public and private sectors, Taylor applies over three decades of business expertise with his unique global perspective to tackle and solve business challenges. Taylor is the founder and Managing Director of Corporate Ladders, a business development training, coaching, and consulting firm specializing in top-line revenue growth, sales channel strategies, business development and sales effectiveness for professional services, technology, financial services, and life sciences firms. He is a featured speaker at conferences and corporate events nationwide and is a contributing columnist for multiple publications including the New Jersey Law Journal, Phone+ magazine, and Inside Outdoor magazine.
Taylor previously held the position of Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Election, Inc. with worldwide P&L responsibility. While at Election, Inc. Taylor oversaw rapid top-line revenue growth from $1million to $30 million over three years providing on-line voting and election services worldwide, to both the private and public sectors. Before joining Election, Inc., Taylor was Senior Director of Business Development for Prodigy Internet specializing in products for small and medium sized businesses.
Prior to Prodigy, Taylor founded Millennium Graphix, a full service marketing communications company specializing in value added creative services for unique corporate marketing programs. Before Millennium Graphix, Taylor was Director of National Account Sales for AT&T Wireless, where he built a world-class sales organization to market advanced wireless communications products to Fortune 100 clients. Before joining AT&T Wireless, Taylor was General Manager of Executone Information Systems, with P&L responsibility for one of the largest field business units.
Taylor counts several unique 'firsts' in his career; engaging with the Arizona Democratic Party to design and deliver the first ever legally binding outsourced Internet election for political office; contracting to host the first ever electronic voting for a US presidential candidate at the 2000 Democratic Convention; sales of one of the first voicemail systems; and successfully developing and launching today’s channel driven network services business.
Taylor attended Fordham University and has participated in numerous advanced courses including general and financial management, strategic and consultative selling, total quality management, wireless and Internet technologies.