Nick d'Arbeloff is a veteran entrepreneur, having held management positions in a number of technology companies and start-ups over the past 20 years.
Nick currently serves as Co-Executive Director for the New England Clean Energy Council, a trade group formed in 2007 to accelerate New England’s clean energy economy. Previously, he served as the founding Executive Director for the New England Energy Innovation Collaborative (NEEIC).
Before joining NEEIC, he was the CEO and founder of Conjoin, a developer of sales productivity software for corporate sales teams. The company was acquired by Intranets.com (subsequently acquired by WebEx).
Previously, Nick co-founded and served as VP Marketing for Wildfire Communications, which brought to market a voice recognition-based electronic assistant for managing all of an individual’s telephone activities. Wildfire was acquired by Orange PLC, now a subsidiary of France Telecom.
Earlier in his career, he served as Vice President of Marketing for
C-bridge Internet Solutions, Director of Marketing for PRI Automation, and Product Manager for Apollo Computer.
Nick is a representative of The Climate Project, trained by former Vice President Al Gore to educate audiences about the science underlying global climate change. He serves on the Board of the Carlisle Conservation Foundation and the Mass Audubon Council.
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