Friday, May 1, 2009

Thank you Christopher Wishnie of Carriage Hill Partners

The st0ckman would like to thank Chris Wishnie from Carnegie Hill Partners on Park Ave in N.Y.C. I look forward to working closely with Chris on many projects and highly recommend him in the area of Investment Banking.

It was a pleasure assisting Chris develop his latest endeavor outside of his normal Wall Street activities.

Take a peek at

Chris is right on the money with his projections on the "wellness revolution" and its growth rate.

If you contact Chris Tell him the st0ckman sent you.

Christopher Wishnie
Vice President

Mr. Wishnie is a seasoned business intermediary and sales professional with twenty-five years of business development experience. Mr. Wishnie founded Principal Business Advisors, Inc., and directed its growth to become a market leader in small business brokerage. Prior to launching PBA, he was one of the first hires of Focal Communications Corp., a CLEC start-up, where he rose to the position of national sales manager. In that position, he led a team to implement business development strategies that resulted in over $300 MM of annual revenue in just four years. He led the sales effort to introduce the first wireless Internet trading platform to leading financial institutions like Muriel Siebert & Co., E*Trade, and Wall Street Discount Corporation. Early in his career he pioneered the sale of competitive long-distance services to small businesses following deregulation of the telecommunications industry. Mr. Wishnie has earned the distinction of President’s Club membership by producing outstanding sales results that consistently ranked in the top one percent nationwide.

Carriage Hill Partners :: Christopher Wishnie

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