About Domain Capital
Domain Capital is the first and only financial services company to offer financing to businesses based on the inherent and recognized value of premium domain names. Our vision is to innovate exciting new financial products and services designed to enable entrepreneurs to exploit new business models.
Experience - Domain Capital's ability to innovate a bold new form of asset-based financing is a natural extension of its history: providing technology leasing to Fortune 500 companies. Our experience at providing financial services to organizations in highly competitive, fast-paced industries, and to forge close, working partnerships with customers, is the foundation for our reputation of quality, trust, integrity, and market leadership.
Robert Alfano – President
Robert Alfano received his Bachelor of Arts from Ithaca College in 1995. He began his career selling high-end UNIX Servers to middle market and Fortune 500 companies, specializing in complex client opportunities that required significant working knowledge of trading floor and brokerage operations. In 1997, Robert was brought in as Vice President of Sales for Jacom Computer Services, a large technology-leasing firm. His contributions aided in the sale of Jacom, an acquisition of Unicapital, one of the largest NYSE IPO’s of 1998. In 2002, Robert co-founded JTA Leasing, a total solution leasing company that provides equity and debt financing for fixed assets, technology and software to a select end-user client base. In 2005, he founded Domain Capital. Robert has a General Securities Representative Series 7 License.
Gregg Freeman – Chief Operating Officer
Gregg Freeman graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Communications and a strong affinity for Bobby Knight. Gregg brings his considerable experience in Interactive Application Development and New Media to the Domain Capital team. While in New York City, he headed up interactive development for MSG Networks, the largest regional sports network in the country. Gregg’s team won the first ever Emmy Award presented in the Interactive Television field for their work on MSG Networks interactive sports channel. Prior to working for MSG Networks, Gregg managed the new media department for Madison Square Garden. While in that position, Gregg oversaw the re-launch of thegarden.com and radiocity.com, while continuing to run the day-to-day operations of thegarden.com. Most recently Gregg worked with Steiner Sports, the largest sports memorabilia company in the country.