About Bill Angell



Bill founded Angell & Company in New York City in 1979 as a consumer research and consulting firm for large enterprises. 

The firm was enormously successful and, in 1988, Bill semi-retired to be a full-time Dad.

In 1998, while consulting, Bill started receiving requests for help on the subject of the new “Internet”.

An Advisory Board Unlike Any Other

Very interested, but knowing nothing about the subject, Bill invited the Internet business owners from Citibank, Marriott, MetLife, and The New York Times to a meeting in New York.

At that meeting, it was decided to form a community of companies where all would share their Internet knowledge in return for the collective knowledge of the group.

Bill’s role was to organize and facilitate the flow of information -- much of which entailed organizing meetings and connecting executives for private phone conversations.

Before long, senior executives from the following companies [among many others] joined Bill’s unique community;





















































































































































































































































































It has been said that Bill has “the best Internet Rolodex in the world.”

His proprietary network -- and the access it includes -- is the asset that separates Bill from all others.



This is a typical Bill organized meeting. Execs, not in order, are from the U.S. Postal Service, AARP, Motorola, Sprint, Velux, Armstrong, Royal Caribbean, HP, American Airlines, the Nasdaq, Harley-Davidson [and others who you can’t see.] Bill is seated at the head of the table in a blue shirt and with clasped hands. This meeting was held at the corporate offices of Royal Caribbean in Miami.



 You can reach Bill at Bill@Angellco.com.

       © 2016. Angell2, LLC.  All rights reserved.  .