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BabyAge.com

about BabyAge.com

Born in 1999, we are headquartered in a 50,000 square foot state of the art warehouse facility in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. You can count on us to provide you with the largest selection of high quality, brand name baby bedding, furniture, strollers, car seats, cribs and toys on the Internet. Our goal at BabyAge.com is to provide an exceptional online shopping experience and become the one-stop shopping source for parents and parents-to-be.

Accolades!
  • January 2010:
    #2 Rated Online Baby Retailer (Top 10 Reviews)
  • December 2009:
    Hot 100 - 2010 Best Retail Websites (Internet Retailer)
  • May 2009:
    Top Websites In The Specialty/Non-Apparel Category - #31 (Internet Retailer)
    Top 500 Websites in the US - #280 (Internet Retailer)
  • May 2008:
    Top Websites In The Specialty/Non-Apparel Category - #28 (Internet Retailer)
    Top 500 Websites in the US - #296 (Internet Retailer)
  • November 2007:
    Top Websites In The Childrens/Toys Category - #3 (Internet Retailer)
  • December 2005:
    Top 400 Guide To Retail Websites - #194 (Internet Retailer)
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BabyAge.com Executive Team

Jack Kiefer

CEO

Mr. Kiefer possesses a unique combination of business and technical expertise. A veteran of the Internet and e-commerce, Mr. Kiefer is no stranger to start-up businesses. Prior to co-founding BabyAge.com, he was responsible for building the first Fixed Income Trading Intranet for Banc of America Securities as he served as the Vice President of Corporate Securities Trading.

Preceding Banc of America, Mr. Kiefer was Vice President of Technology for iBaby.com, the first e-commerce initiative for iVillage. Mr. Kiefer designed and managed the development of the e-commerce system for iBaby, with his most notable achievements coming with the Advanced Merchandising tools as well as Complete Inventory Management. During Mr. Kiefer's tenure, iBaby revenues increased from $15,000 per month to $500,000 per month over a 6 month period.

He also consulted with several start-up and small businesses on the Internet Development and Business and Marketing Planning. He received his undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering and his MBA in Entrepreneurial Management/Small Business Consulting from Drexel University.

BabyAge.com Board of Directors

Jack Kiefer

BabyAge.com Chairman,
Board of Directors

Mr. Kiefer possesses a unique combination of business and technical expertise. A veteran of the Internet and e-commerce, Mr. Kiefer is no stranger to start-up businesses. Prior to co-founding BabyAge.com, he was Read Moreresponsible for building the first Fixed Income Trading Intranet for Banc of America Securities as he served as the Vice President of Corporate Securities Trading

Preceding Banc of America, Mr. Kiefer was Vice President of Technology for iBaby.com, the first e-commerce initiative for iVillage. Mr. Kiefer designed and managed the development of the e-commerce system for iBaby, with his most notable achievements coming with the Advanced Merchandising tools as well as Complete Inventory Management. During Mr. Kiefer's tenure, iBaby revenues increased from $15,000 per month to $500,000 per month over a 6 month period.

He also consulted with several start-up and small businesses on the Internet Development and Business and Marketing Planning. He received his undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering and his MBA in Entrepreneurial Management/Small Business Consulting from Drexel University.

Cameron K. Brown

BabyAge.com Board of Directors

Cam is President and Founder of King Fish Media, an Inc 2000 custom media company specializing in community-driven communication techniques for both b-to-b and b-to-c customers. King Fish is located inRead More

In addition to his work with BabyAge®, Cam is also on the Advisory Board for the Giving Planet, a program of complimentary enrichment workshops for youth in developing countries and within the United State. He serves on the Board of Advisors for Pixel Bridge, Inc, a Boston-based Internet consulting firm, and on the Advisory Board of Give Us Your Poor, an organization that brings together the latest research, multimedia, celebrities, non-celebrities, homeless people, and partner organizations to help end homelessness.

Cam and his wife Colleen live in Topsfield, MA with his three amazing and active kids.

Paul Cimino

BabyAge.com Board of Directors

Paul, a well-known Internet innovator and leader in e-marketing, currently serves as CEO of Brilig, the world’s first cooperative data marketplace for digital advertising. Previously Paul served as CTORead More

Paul began his career at Saks Fifth Avenue as a buyer and a planner. He also served an integral role in the Saks’ technical evolution. In 1993 he moved to AT&T/Downtown Digital as an Interactive Television Producer, following which he founded Snickelways, an e-commerce consultancy in 1995.

Paul grew Snickelways from three employees in 1995 to a 175-person industry leader by 2001. During his time there, he was responsible for creating the first viable B2B extranet, which was launched by Fruit of the Loom in 1996. His firm was also an early leader in helping clients to build vertical b2b marketplaces in a variety of industries. Paul has provided counsel on a wide range of e-business issues to hundreds of clients including AT&T, Microsoft, Fruit of the Loom, Thomson Publishing, Cendant, iVillage, Chase, The Vitamin Shoppe and Rand McNally.

He holds a B.A. from New York University.

Ned Williams

BabyAge.com Board of Directors

Ned has spent a total of 21 years in private equity investing and has been responsible for dozens of rounds of financing in both early and expansion companies. Ned joined Brook Venture Partners in 1999 as a General PartnerRead More and a member of the fund's Investment Committee and is an active investor in and serves on several of Brook's portfolio company board of directors in both medical and information technology. Ned is a steering committee member of The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center, which offers inventors and executives of the state's smaller medical device company's easy, affordable, and coordinated access to world-class researchers and resources.

Prior to joining Brook, Ned was a Managing Director at Saturn Asset Management, a Boston-based private equity firm. He was involved with all aspects of the firm's investment activities, including leading the financing of both Roving Software (CTCT) and FreeMarkets Online a Pittsburg based company that was brought public by Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs and closed on its first day of trading with a market capitalization in excess of 10 Billion Dollars.

Earlier in his career he was with Morgan Stanley in New York City where he was involved with over 25 Initial Public Offerings including the Netscape IPO as well as the spinout of Lucent Technologies from AT&T.

Ned holds a B.S. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Press Releases & Featured Articles

December, 2011 Sales-Tax Measures 'to Cost Us Big'
November, 2011 Online retailer sees western expansion
October, 2011 Google Launches Trusted Stores Program
September, 2011 Leading Online Retailer BabyAge.com Expands to Meet Growing West Coast Demand
February , 2011 Exploring On-site Search with eTail, BabyAge.com and MarketingSherpa
November, 2010 BabyAge.com and Google Commerce Search
September, 2010 Video Interview: Jack Kiefer, Babyage.com, on new ways e-retailers must think now
March, 2010 BabyAge.com Raises $15MM to Support Aggressive Growth Plans
December, 2009 Area 'tech'xperts talk hits, misses and wishes
December, 2009 BabyAge.com & Toys For Tots
August, 2009 BabyAge.com: Baby Steps to Success
August, 2009 BabyAge.com Learns to Listen to its Customers
July, 2009 BabyAge.com launches a new interactive registry
June, 2009 LOOKING GOOD: The E-commerce Cluster
June, 2009 BabyAge.com President Jack Kiefer on Successful Online Marketing
June, 2009 Students learn about careers
May, 2009 Steals and Deals: Outlet store prices, baby-product coupons to make moms smile
April, 2009 The key to free
March, 2009 E-Commerce Holding On
February, 2009 Online Retailers Actually Had a Holly, Jolly Christmas
February, 2009 BabyAge® Donates Items to Domestic Violence Service Center
January, 2009 While tweaking its search marketing, BabyAge.com drives up Q4 sales 300%
December, 2008 Regulator promises study of price-setting rules that impact e-retailers
December, 2008 Group Hits Manufacturers' Minimum Pricing
December, 2008 Times Leader Reports BabyAge.com Outlet Center – Open for Business
November, 2008 e-business Entrepreneur Visits Wilkes University
October, 2008 BabyAge.com Grows Conversion Rates with New Image-heavy Site Search
September, 2008 BabyAge.com Holds First Annual 5K Stroller Walk/Run & Customer Appreciation Sale
August, 2008 BabyAge.com Adds Joseph C. Sponholz as Chief Operating Officer
August, 2008 Price-Fixing Makes Comeback After Supreme Court Ruling
June, 2008 Local Dot Coms Co-Op for Cross Promotion
May, 2008 BabyAge.com Recognized by Internet Retailer Magazine as number 296 of the Top 500 Websites in the United States based on Annual Sales Revenues
March, 2008 Corporate Ladder-Press Release BabyAge.com Appoints Marty Nealon as Vice President of Merchandising and Operations
March, 2008 Embrace Internet, owners told
February, 2008 BabyAge.com Management Presents at Major Industry Event
February, 2008 Relying on New Jersey Roads, and Fearing Higher Tolls
January, 2008 Local E-Biz Entrepeneurs Getting It Right - Ron Bartizek Business Local
December, 2007 Corporate Ladder-Press Release BabyAge.com Announces New Hires for Analysis and Reporting
November, 2007 BabyAge® Ranks No. 3 in Children/Toys category in Future Now Inc Internet Retailer Study
October, 2007 Corporate Ladder-Press Release BabyAge.com Names Julie D. Space Vice President of Marketing and Customer Service
October, 2006 BabyAge.com referenced in Times Leader "Local web retailers are prospering, looking for skilled workers"
August, 2005 BabyAge® featured in American Baby Magazine
June, 2005 BabyAge® makes Internet Retailer 2005 Edition Top 400 Guide Retail Websites
June, 2005 Citizen's Voice reports BabyAge® grand opening
June, 2005 Times Leader reports BabyAge® grand opening
February, 2005 BabyAge.com mentioned in Wall Street Journal Online Catalog Critic
November, 2004 Babyage.com moves corporate headquarters from New Jersey to the Wilkes-Barre area
November, 2004 BabyAge.com bringing 75 jobs to area
November, 2003 BabyAge® is featured in the Fall Artemis Gift Catalog
March, 2003 BabyAge® is featured in the Spring Artemis Gift Catalog
March, 2003 Wire: Fireclick Closes Another Record Quarter in Q1 2003
October, 2002 InStyle Magazine recognizes BabyAge® as a great place to shop in the annual Holiday Shopping Guide
January, 2002 WebSide Story: Major E-Commerce Sites Use WebSideStory's Outsourced, Real-Time Analysis Service to Drive Customer Growth
January, 2002 Wire: "OPEN SESAME" White Paper business interoperability
March, 2001 Direct Magazine: From a crawl to a walk at BabyAge.com
February, 2001 InternetWeek: The ability to deliver a vibrant, up-to-date Web site can make or break an e-business
January, 2001 InformationWeek: CRM Makes Online Shopping Personal
November, 2000 ZD Net: ResponseLogic Signs BabyAge.com to Provide Customer Conversion and Retention Tools
October, 2000 Business Week: An Open Sesame for the Whole Web
September, 2000 Business Wire: BabyAge.com to Add Point-of-Purchase Online Product Registration
September, 2000 Business Wire: Technology Drives ActBig 'Next-generation' Group Buying
May, 2000 INTERNET.com: Targeting Moves Beyond the Banner

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