Peter D. Moore is a business strategy advisor specializing in helping companies manage for exponential revenue and net income growth in today's economy. Over the past nine years, Mr. Moore has worked with senior business leaders from Citigroup, Johnson & Johnson, Mead Westvaco, Microsoft, Tommy Hilfiger, US Trust, Victorinox Swiss Army and more recently with Charles Schwab, FedEx, FTI Consulting, SAP and Time Inc. to design and develop new business models, competitive strategies and marketing plans for their companies. Using a facilitated consulting model, he has been able to help these companies generate very significant and sustainable results in a very short period of time.
Mr. Moore was formerly the founder and CEO of the Snowmass Forum. The Forum was a business innovation community, comprised of 20 charter member companies, dedicated to finding the intersection between humanity and profitability. Mr. Moore folded the Forum into the Aspen Institute where he works with major corporations to tailor specific seminars that address relevant issues facing their organizations in an ever challenging competitive and regulatory environment.
Before establishing his own consulting practice, Mr. Moore spent 12 years as a managing partner at Inferential Focus, a market intelligence firm that specializes in detecting major economic, social, technological and geo-political changes both in the U.S. and abroad. He started and managed the firms practice with major corporations that included clients such as AIG, Citibank, Cigna, Ford, GE Capital, Leo Burnett, Microsoft, Pfizer, Philip Morris and Rothschild NA.
Prior to joining Inferential Focus in March of 1989, Mr. Moore spent seven years at the New York Stock Exchange where he was Senior Vice President of Corporate Relations. In that position, he was responsible for the Exchange's strategic planning, corporate marketing, media relations and government relations as well as its economic research and marketing research divisions.
While at Inferential Focus, Mr. Moore co-authored a book with his former partner, Ken Hey, entitled The Caterpillar Doesn't Know – How Personal Change is Creating Organizational Change, which was published July 15, 1998.