Rob Salvatico

Rob Salvatico

Rob is a Partner in the Long Island based Jaral Properties, Inc. and Jaral Management Corp., companies formed to develop and manage Hotel and other property investments. Rob devotes significant time to advocacy for Long Island and Brimes Energy.

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Garden City, New York, United States
Member since April 06, 2014
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Born the son of an entrepreneur, I spent the majority of my early career in the formation of a Long Island, NY based Hotel development and management company. Much of my time is now spent advocating for a better Long Island, which led me to Ram and Brimes Energy. My life goal is to leave Long Island better than I found it, for the benefit of my kids generations and theirs after them. Quote_down
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Education
1999 Fordham University , MBA , Marketing/Information & Communication Systems
1995 Hofstra University , BA , Communications/Psychology/Communications

I am a(n):

Entrepreneur

Companies I've founded or co-founded:
Jaral Properties, Inc., Jaral Management Corp.
Companies I work or worked for:
Jaral Properties Inc., Jaral Management Corp., ARC Group LLC
Achievements (products built, personal awards won):

Hofstra University Young Alumnus Of The Year
Long Island Business News Top 40 Under 40
Garden City Chamber Of Commerce Community Achievement Award

If you're an entrepreneur or corporate innovator, why?

I want to change the world.

My favorite startups:

Tesla, SpaceX, Airbnb, Brimes Energy

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

Most rewarding is developing a concept, that everyone fails to understand, then proving the concept making them all wonder how you did it. Frustrating, would be the sleepless nights you experience in the early days, wondering if you made the right call on the development concept. More frustrating is hearing all the non believers tell you after the fact how lucky you are to have such a great business.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs/innovators make?

Follow their hearts too closely in the development/planning phase,and fail to trust the advises of key advisers at critical junctures during the same phase.

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

1. Measure twice, cut once. Most bets are won before they are made.
2. Before you do anything in business, you need to 1. Know who you are, 2. What you are selling, and 3. Who you are selling it to.
3. Failure is not an option.

Full bio

Robert is a Partner and Senior Vice President – Operations of Jaral Properties, Inc. and Jaral Management Corp., Mineola, Long Island based companies formed to manage family owned Hotel properties and investments.  His current responsibilities include oversight and management of the Riverhead, Long Island based Hotel Indigo East End and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites.  He formerly served as management consultant to the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach, NY; and managed the family owned Wingate Inn, Garden City from opening in 2000 through sale in September 2007.

 

Outside of his professional responsibilities, Robert serves on the Board of Trustees for Molloy College and The Cradle of Aviation Museum, is a member of the Suffolk County Workfoce Investment Board, Advisory Board for North Shore-Long Island Jewish Occupational & Environmental Medicine Clinical Center (OEMC), East End Arts Advisory Board, the President’s Advisory Council of Big Brothers Big Sisters Long Island,and Leadership Council for Mentoring Partnerships of Long Island.