Andrew Miller, Entrepreneur & Founder, ATM Holdings, Inc. Andrew Miller has over 20 years of experience in starting, operating, and working with early stage businesses. As a lifelong entrepreneur, Andrew has a strong track record in business development, strategy, sales, and fundraising, and he has built a powerful network of decision makers and influential business people.
Andrew previously Founded CreditCards.com (sold to Click Success 2004) and InsuranceQuotes.com (sold to Bank Rate, NYSE: Rate, 2010). Andrew is one of the leading experts on domain names, involved in the acquisition/sale/brokering of Beer.com, Diamond.com, Shop.com, Luggage.com, TimeShares.com, Camera.com, Kosher.com, and Chocolate.com, as well as consults Fortune 100 Companies, Private Equity, Venture Capital Firms and domain name owners and has been keynote speaker at T.R.A,F.F.I.C. East, DomainFest, speaks annually at Milken Global Conference, and has been featured in several publications and media including Business Week, Globes Israel, and The New York Times.
He previously started his own direct-marketing company, MarkeTVision Direct Inc., which he sold in 2000. MarkeTVision pioneered revenue-enhanced programming (REP), combining television with direct-response sales, web promotion, and multimedia sponsorship MarkeTVision executive produced shows for brands, including the Grateful Dead, Itzhak Perlman, Diana Ross, The New England Patriots, The New York Jets, Valvoline, and NASCAR, airing on CBS, FOX, PBS, ABC, DirectTV, and VH1.
Andrew began his career at Drexel Burnham Lambert before joining Bear Stearns and then Smith Barney as Senior Vice President. Andrew teaches at the Boston University School of Communications and Boston College School of Management. He is actively involved with The Prostate Cancer Foundation, The Prostate Cancer Foundation's MLB Home Run Challenge, The Milken Institute, Boston's Children's Hospital, Cornell University Alumni Admissions, and Newton Central Little League. Andrew and his son Bret started the Prostate Cancer Foundation's Superstar Little League Challenge in 2010. Andrew received a bachelor's degree from Cornell University and is an alumnus of Harvard Business School, where he graduated from the Owner/President Management Program. He lives in the Boston area with his wife and two awesome kids.