Nick Loeb began his career working at Universal Studios in corporate development and motion picture finance before forming IPC (International Production Company) where he produced an MGM film THE SMOKER with Quincy Jones and a documentary series with Executive Producer Barbara Streisand, THE LIVING CENTURY. He then formed Loeb Investments, a private investment company focusing on real estate and small ventures.
After his move to Florida, Mr. Loeb worked at Lehman Brothers in a business development capacity, generating deal flow to the firm’s wealth management, investment banking and real estate divisions. He was invited to speak at Tulane University to the MBA’s on the highs and lows of private banking. He then founded Carbon Solutions America (CSA). CSA provides climate change advisory services to corporate and government clients and now serves on their board of directors.
In 2006 he formed Loeb’s Foods and began to develop his latest venture, the brand Onion Crunch. In April of 2011, he officially launched the brand after securing his first customer and within a year was Onion Crunch was available in over 7,000 stores generating more than a million dollars in revenue. The crispy, fried onion topping made from onions is naturally low in carbs, low in sodium with no cholesterol and 0 grams of trans fat. Made from 100% real onions, Onion Crunch is a great addition to favorite foods and recipes.
In addition to his work, Mr. Loeb is an active philanthropist – particularly in the Delray Beach community where he lives. He has served on the boards of Broward County Crime Commission, the Florida School Choice Fund Board, and the James Madison Institute’s Palm Beach County Board of Advisors, The Children’s Coalition, Jewish Federation-Metro Board, The Center for the Arts, YMCA Scholarship Committee among others.
He earned a Bachelor of Science in Management and Finance from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in 1998.