Omicelo is a consultancy that specializes in end-to-end execution for your new or small business. Whether your need is bookkeeping, a strategy overhaul, complex app development, social media management or something entirely different Omicelo is the one-stop solution for your business needs.
We listen to you first
We do exactly what we promise
Our goal is for you to grow faster
Omicelo believes 7 Pillars are necessary to grow and hold up your business: Strategy, Technology, Communications, Finance, Legal, Capital and most importantly People. With expertise at each of the 7 Pillars® the Omicelo growth strategy is simple: Help you make your dreams come true by operating with Excellence every day.
Many new and small business owners tend to piece together, completely sacrifice or overpay for essential business services. The industry is not catering to the long-term needs of business owners, leaving them vulnerable to an all-too-common high failure rate. Small businesses are our most effective job creators, and losing them means losing critical economic growth. Omicelo not only fills these unmet needs, but helps business owners achieve their dreams by providing affordable, comprehensive services through its 7 Pillars® approach.
Omicelo’s accelerator has a mission to serve struggling small businesses from anywhere in the country using the most advanced virtual technology. By helping our Accelerator Residents scale, become profitable and attain organizational health, we are building a stronger economic foundation by strengthening our largest job providers: small businesses.
Our Launchpad is a virtual results-driven business accelerator. We are agnostic to the location of the business. Instead we are designed specifically to foster high growth, early-stage or specialized trade companies with a defendable ability to generate positive cash flow within 3 years. Two companies per year are asked to join the Omicelo Launchpad.
Joshua's robust & accelerated business performance has earned him honors as one of the top businessmen in the world. He is the CEO x Co-Founder of Omicelo, a consultancy for small and future businesses that shrinks the time between dream and reality of innovative job creators.
At 20 years old Joshua joined Goldman Sachs as the critical member of an one-of-a-kind universal research team where he mastered the economics of ten globally-important sectors: Housing, Transportation, Business Services, Autos, Environmental Services, Engineering & Construction, Coal, Imaging, Electronic Manufacturing and Alternative Energy. At 24 Joshua became the youngest person in Goldman Sachs' history to lead an entire global investment research team. At 26 he was promoted to Vice President for his acumen as Goldman's on-the-ground US housing expert and was subsequently named one of the world's 30 best financiers under 30 by Forbes Magazine. During this time, he also earned first-prize in Goldman Sachs' Stockpicking College, a week long investing competition for the company’s highest performers.
Before founding Omicelo, Joshua executed his psychology-based investment philosophy to drive nearly $100 million of residential and commercial real estate investments for Pine River Capital Management. In 10 months at Pine River, the Institutional Investor 2013 Relative Value Hedge Fund Manager of the Year, Joshua generated dozens of millions of capital profits at a Sharpe ratio of 3. He has also hosted over 2,000 meetings with over 350 global C-level executives.
Joshua earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rochester with dual majors in Economics & Statistics and a special Finance citation from the University's Simon Graduate School of Business. He was selected to study International Business in Europe at Universidad Complutense de Madrid where he gained valuable global insight. As the student leader of two socially-critical organizations - Men Against Sexual Assault and the Minority Student Advisory Board - Joshua was selected to be a member of the Alumni Board of Trustees at graduation.
Steven has been on the cutting entrepreneurial edge for ten years. He is the co-founder of Omicelo – a consultancy aimed at minimizing the frictional cost and time of starting and growing innovative and vibrant businesses.
Steven created his first business, Simple Money, at 16 years old to arbitrage Google and Amazon advertising network rates. With the profits he generated from this ad exchange, Steven purchased his first set of investment properties which he used to test and create a proprietary property investment system before graduating college. His senior thesis, A Case Study of Entrepreneurial Discovery: Leverage of Local Knowledge in Real Estate, accurately predicted the 25% cash returns he generated for venture capital investors as a college student.
At 21 Steven joined Goldman Sachs’ housing research team with Joshua Pollard, co-founder of Omicelo. Subsequently, he gained critical insight into the science and economics of the global technology supply chain as a member of Goldman Sachs’ technology investment research team. Just prior to co-founding Omicelo, Steven led a team of Spanish lawyers and bankers in the due diligence of multimillion dollar industrial complexes & restaurant chains in Madrid, Spain.
Steven earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rochester with dual majors in Mathematics & Financial Economics, both degrees were awarded Magna Cum Laude and he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. While still an undergraduate he was presented with a Young Leader Award by the University’s Simon Graduate School of Business. As an athletic student leader Steven captained the Varsity Men’s Soccer Team and was recognized for his high level of both academic and athletic performance by ESPN the magazine and was named a National Scholar All-American.
Additionally, Steven currently has a U.S. patent under review for a medical device built to ease bathing difficulties for baby boomers.
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