Justin Tripodi

Justin Tripodi is an executive strategist with proven success advising startups, small businesses, and enterprises on maximizing growth potential. Justin’s influence is shaped by leadership roles in the Finance and Marketing industries, where he provided recommendations to C-Level Executives on revenue goals, cost efficiencies, and leading cross-functional teams. He thinks analytically and problem solves creatively, enabling Justin to take an interdisciplinary approach that integrates marketing, finance, operations, and technology initiatives. Passionate about entrepreneurship, Justin founded Just Venture Co. in 2014, a strategy and design consultancy focused on startup hacking + business growth. He advises startups and coaches founders along each stage of the startup lifecycle – ideation and planning, brand and product development, go-to-market, and capital growth planning. Other successes as a strategic consultant include corporate restructuring, market penetration, financial planning & analysis, brand creation & re-branding, technical (MVP) management, contract negotiation and strategic partnerships. Above all, Justin’s greatest asset, as said by a senior colleague, is his “innate ability to absorb a great deal of data about clients and almost immediately synthesize a strategy to move forward”.

Experience: Justin has served executive roles with Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. and Ruckus Marketing. Since 2014 Justin has provided business strategy & implementation services to startups and small business through his company, Just Venture Co. In 2016 Justin co-founded a technology startup called Savethatname.com – a brand identity management platform to discover available usernames across social media + domains, and then sign up everywhere with one click.

Education: M.B.A., Marketing & Consulting, Binghamton University, School of Management; B.S., Marketing & Management Information Systems (MIS), Binghamton University, School of Management; Justin is currently an advisor to the School of Management and its students.