Bill is a seasoned entrepreneur with a track record of success. He began in the apparel industry printing t-shirts for rock bands in the late 70’s. By the mid 80’s and in to the 90’s, Bill was producing licensed apparel for major retail accounts nationwide. These accounts ranged from Macy’s and Bloomingdales to K-Mart and Walmart.
In 1997, he started T-ShirtKing.com which quickly grew to become a top 100 retailer on Amazon.com and won Internet Retailer Magazine’s Top 50 eCommerce Sites in 2003 next to industry giants like LL Bean, Gap and Zappos.
During this time, Bill gave over a hundred interviews and has been featured on CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC,USA Today, Fox News, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, National Geographic, The BBC World News, CBC National Network, The Times (London), and even the Moscow Times, to name a few.
In 2007, Bill sold his company to Art.com and moved with his family from New Mexico to Maine. For the next seven years he worked developing mobile applications as an independent developer.
In 2014 his son Sam asked “Why don’t people eat bugs?” This began a conversation that soon turned in to a business. Entosense, Inc. was incorporated in Maine in 2015. Today Entosense is a market leader in the edible insect industry.