About Robert Danoff
Robert Danoff joined NeoPlanet, Inc. in August 1999, bringing 10 years experience in consumer online marketing of products and services
both nationally and internationally, and a total of 18 years experience in traditional consumer marketing. As senior vice president of marketing,
Danoff oversees targeting, acquisition and retention within NeoPlanet product lines. Danoff is credited with the broad expansion of the company's
national marketing campaign, beginning with NeoPlanet version 5.1.
Prior to joining NeoPlanet, Danoff was vice president of marketing for Wells Fargo Bank, Southwest Region, where he
spearheaded customer migration strategies toward new banking media. Prior to that, from 1994 to 1997, he served
as director of consumer marketing and product development for American Express Company's Interactive Travel Group.
While at American Express, Danoff directed the launch of the company's first transaction oriented Web site with SET
protocol, and served as a key product liaison to Microsoft and America Online. Danoff was awarded the American Express
"President's Award" in 1995. Between 1983 and 1994, Danoff held executive posts at American Airlines' SABRE
Travel Information Network; QDAT Corporation, a venture-backed electronic travel ticket delivery network; and other consumer travel enterprises.
Danoff earned a Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of New Mexico and was awarded a fellowship
to the Washington Campus in Washington, D.C. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Mexico, where
he graduated with distinction. Born in New Mexico in 1957, Danoff resides in Paradise Valley, Arizona.