Rajat Bhargava serves as co-founder and Chairman of the Board of MobileDay. As Chairman of the Board, Mr. Bhargava provides strategic direction for the company. Mr. Bhargava is an eight-time entrepreneur with five exits (two IPOs, three trade sales, and three still private). He is co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of JumpCloud, a server operations and security automation company. In addition, Mr. Bhargava serves on the board of Yesware, an email productivity service for sales people, and is also a co-founder of the company. Mr. Bhargava was co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of StillSecure, an enterprise network security software company (acquired by SilverSky and Versata). He was previously co-founder of Quova (acquired by Neustar), the market leader in Internet geolocation. Prior to Quova, Mr. Bhargava was co-founder of Interliant (public and subsequently acquired), a roll-up in the Web hosting space. Mr. Bhargava was also co-founder of Service Metrics (acquired by Exodus Communications), an Internet infrastructure monitoring company. Mr. Bhargava started his career in 1994 by co-founding NetGenesis (public and subsequently acquired), one of the original Web-site analytics companies. Mr. Bhargava is a graduate of MIT, with a degree in Electrical Science and Engineering.
Brad has been an early stage investor and entrepreneur for over twenty years. Prior to co-founding Foundry Group, he co-founded Mobius Venture Capital and, prior to that, founded Intensity Ventures. Brad is also a co-founder of TechStars. Brad currently serves on the board of directors of BigDoor, Cheezburger Networks, Fitbit, Gnip, MakerBot, MobileDay, Oblong, Orbotix, SEOMoz, Standing Cloud and Yesware for Foundry Group.
Howard Diamond has a long history of building companies. He took a startup, Course Technology, from 0 to $75 Million in five years. He built Corporate Software, the largest software reseller for Microsoft and IBM, from $500 Million in revenue to $1.2 Billion in six years. He was subsequently Chairman of the Information Services Group at Level3, where he ran a $2.7 Billion technology group and orchestrated the largest merger ever in the software reseller business. Now, Howard has come out of retirement to be the CEO of MobileDay where he intends to make MobileDay his biggest success yet. Just try to stop him.
Will Herman is an active angel investor, corporate director and startup mentor. He was previously a serial entrepreneur, having started 5 companies, taking two of them public. Will is an advisor at the hardware incubator, Bolt, and a mentor at TechStars. He also sits on the boards of Carbon Design Systems and JumpCloud. He lives and works mostly in the Boston area.
Steve is a Partner at SoftBank Capital, a venture capital firm making early and growth stage investments in companies that connect people, devices and the world. He has over 20 years of industry experience sourcing and managing investments as well as coordinating corporate finance and accounting activities. Steve currently focuses on digital media technologies and technology based services. Today he is on the boards of several companies including Echo360, Fitbit, Interactions, Kabbage, Mobile Posse, and xAd