William (Bill) Monteith has been involved in building companies as an entrepreneur his entire career. He starting out in sales in greater Los Angeles. In 1987 Bill was offered a partnership in Bankmark a startup financial services company located in New Jersey. Bankmark grew to over 500 employees with gross sales of 650 million. In 1993 Bankmark was sold to Conseco, based in Carmel, Indiana.
From 1994-1998 Bill developed golf centers in the northeast, and also negotiated the sale of the centers to Family Golf in 1998.
In 1999 Bill was named Director of Corporate Sales for Tommy Hilfiger Corp and held that position until 2006 when the company was sold to Van Heusen.
In the fall of 2008 Bill founded Symphony Concierge, a branding and loyalty company which offers call center personal assistant services to corporate America.
Bill was raised in suburban Philadelphia and a graduate of Shippensburg State University (1977), in Pennsylvania, where he majored in marketing and management. A family man, Bill has 4 children Billy, Shannon, Kenny, and Madison and is supported by his beautiful wife Marilyn. As a high school and collegiate athlete, Bill loves all sports and gained a lifetime of memories watching his children compete at the prep and collegiate level.