|William D. Kyle, Managing Member||John B. Lowy, Securities Attorney|
|Bill is the founder and Managing Member of Enterprise Creations, LLC, owner of offeringdocs.com.
Bill possesses more than 40 years of consistently delivering exceptional value, market share, profit and business growth within rapidly changing environments. Possessing strong decisive executive leadership, Bill’s experience transcends organizations from start-ups, including Flight Dynamics, Inc., FLIR Systems, Inc. to Fortune 1000 multi-billion dollar international companies including Groupe Bull and Zenith Data Systems. Customer focused and performance driven, Bill’s expertise includes strategic business development, capital acquisition strategies, strategic planning, marketing, sales and business development. As a senior-level executive, Bill has been instrumental in raising private investment capital though Regulation D, multiple IPO’s and P.I.P.E.s, including FLIR Systems, Inc. and MIDISoft, Inc., reverse mergers, where he has consulted on over 100 reverse merger transactions, and strategic acquisitions where he was instrumental in the acquisition of Flight Dynamics, Inc. by Honeywell. An accomplished author, Bill has published several articles in numerous publications including Software Developer & Publisher and Control Engineering; Bill was also awarded the SAE Award for Technical Excellence for his article entitled, “Holographic HUDs in Commercial Aircraft”. Prior to his successful career in the private sector, Bill was a highly decorated USAF F-4 fighter pilot possessing over 2,000 hours in the F-4 Phantom including more than 325 combat hours during the Viet Nam War. While in the USAF, Bill was a select member of a USAF briefing team responsible for creating and presenting multimedia presentations to Members of Congress and The President of The United States. Bill possesses a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from the University of Montana and a Master of Science Degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Utah. Bill is also a member of The F-4 Phantom II Society, Order of Daedalians, The Red River Valley Fighter Pilot Association and The National League of POW/MIA Families.
|John is the founder and CEO of his midtown New York law firm John Lowy Law. John is a highly-respected and acknowledged expert in reverse mergers, capital formation, legal consulting and initial public and private offerings of all types, including Regulation A+, Regulation S, Regulation D and IPOs. He is also the founder (in 1993) and CEO of Olympic Capital Group, Inc., which specializes in providing strategies and execution to privately-held companies that want to become publicly-owned. John is also a licensed Series 79 registered representative with a boutique New York and Los Angeles-based FINRA broker-dealer.
As an attorney, a consultant, a registered representative, or as a principal, John has led or participated in more than 200 successful transactions, creating market value in excess of $5 billion. He has been instrumental in leading the process by which many companies have raised capital or reverse merged, and have then achieved listings on the NASDAQ or the AMEX, or have been sold to larger companies.
In addition to the U.S., John has completed transactions for clients based in Brazil, Canada, the Caribbean, China, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Korea, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Turkey, UK, Vietnam and other nations. The sectors in which these clients are engaged range from high tech to low tech, real estate, pharmaceuticals, medical/biotech, oil and gas, mining, solar power and other renewable energy, entertainment, food, forestry, agriculture, education and retail, among others.
John received his B.A. from Tufts University and began practicing law after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey. He has been a guest panelist at reverse merger and Regulation A+ conferences, and is also a frequent contributor to MicroCap Review, one of the most respected and widely-circulated publications in the microcap (under $350M market cap) sector.