I'm proud of every one of my startups - even the ones that "failed." What I'm most proud of is the ability to dust myself off after a few failures to keep my team going so we can build cool products that will (hopefully) change the world.
In 2009 I launched MemoryReel.com - a digital shoebox for your memories (essentially a time capsule for your social media content online) - unfortunately it was not something we could monetize well enough to stay in business.
In 2010-2011 I founded moreTap - a white label smart phone app platform that gave businesses and events a way to stay in touch with their customers and attendees. This business had good revenue and established customers but was difficult to scale given that our sales cycle was 5x what we needed it to be. So back to the drawing-board we went.
I now run Glass with the same team from moreTap. We believe that Glass is going to significantly enhance the clothing and accessory shopping experience for fashion conscious consumers.Describe the most impressive thing you've done.
I'm always looking to connect with fellow entrepreneurs that I can learn from and/or help in any way. I'm also interested in meeting investors who focus on the market segments that I'm working in.Describe what you're looking for in a company.