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Eric Zavolinsky


Montclair, NJ

Member Since March 2022


Business Consulting
Investment Stategy
Market Research


A proven senior manager and critical thinker with the ability to challenge conventional wisdom and a history of detecting early signals of technological, social, economic and political change before they are well recognized in the investment or corporate communities. Demonstrated ability to successfully develop new products, services and corporate strategy, including the leadership of company content and digital initiatives, which have contributed to a 90 percent client-retention rate. History of success creating internal processes including the building and co-managing of an internally managed hedge fund which outperformed all major indexes. Capability to synthesize both the implications and applications of change with almost 20 years’ experience effectively communicating opportunities, risks, corporate strategy and best practices to investors, senior decision makers and Fortune 500 companies. Specialties: Change identification and analysis, corporate strategy, process and product development, technology and media change, Internet and social media, corporate best practices, verbal and written communications, research skills

Published content

12 points to consider when promoting your brand

expert panel

Re-assess these key elements of digital marketing. With so many advertising options in today's digital world, how can marketing leaders determine the best bang for their buck?  On top of figuring out a feasible return on an investment plan to meet company KPIs and create a loyal connection with the brand's target audience, the tides are quickly changing in the virtual marketing space. For example, stiffer government regulations are cracking down on the amount of access that a company may have to utilize certain data. Below, Fast Company Executive Board members are calling out 12 major risk factors that digital marketing executives are now facing and how to become better informed and prepared in promoting their business.

What's behind the employment gap?

expert panel

14 points to consider when you're reviewing a job candidate's resume. As the nature of how and why people work continues to evolve, hiring managers will benefit from learning to understand the whole person, before jumping to conclusions about a significant employment gap on the applicant's resume. Instead of flagging previous time lost on the job as a deficit, focus on the potential new hire's passion, aptitude and eagerness to tackle new career challenges ahead and how the personal time off may be a sign of maturity to thrive at the current job opportunity and contribute to the mission of your organization in the long term. Below, Fast Company Executive Board members provide 14 additional ways to approach this conversation during the interview process and help you make the best decision to find the right fit for your department's needs.

Company details


Company bio

Inferential Focus utilizes the unique discipline of Inference Reading to overcome bias and uncover economic, industry, social, political and technological changes before they are well recognized. We identify major turning points in consumer perspectives, industries, technologies, international affairs and investments, enabling our clients to make accurate, strategic decisions.


Corporate leadership

Area of focus

Business Intelligence
Consumer Research

Company size

11 - 50