Since 1997, the Horowitz consulting firm has delivered corporate marketing services to start-ups and corporate clients, helping them successfully establish brand identity, expand market share, attract venture capital and go public.
Prior to launching his consulting practice, Horowitz served in a variety of international business development roles as a marketing executive with Intel, National Semiconductor and Zoran. Earlier in his career he designed micro-controllers at Bell Laboratories, and developed real-time embedded software in C and Assembler for industrial applications.
In 2010, Spencer Horowitz was appointed by the San Jose City Council to serve on the municipal Airport Commission. This commission provides management oversight and policy recommendations to the City Council on the operation of San Jose’s Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC).
Previously, Horowitz was appointed to serve on San Jose’s Small Business Development Commission, where he was elected Chairman by his fellow commissioners in 2006.
Spencer Horowitz is also Chairman Emeritus of the Semiconductor Industry Association’s Market Statistics Committee, publisher of the widely followed book-to-bill survey.
Spencer Horowitz earned his MBA at Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. He holds a BSCS from Kean College in New Jersey, and an AAS EET from the College of Aeronautics at LaGuardia Airport, New York.