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We built Scoop.it to help the marketers, the consultants, and the entrepreneurs increase their visibility online. Scoop.it enables professionals to share important ideas with the right audiences giving them an opportunity to create and maintain a meaningful Web presence, a crucial component to the success of their business and career.
Scoop.it launched to the public in November 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., with offices in Toulouse, France. Scoop.it has received Series A funding from Partech International, Orkos, Elaia and IXO.
Guillaume is our CEO & co-founder. Good thing Scoop.it keeps him busy or he’d spent way too much time playing video games or skiing off-piste in Tahoe.
His previous business, Musiwave, was a pioneer of mobile music back in the early 2000's, introducing many of the first hit products in that market. He grew it into the leader of its space, powering the music platforms of major mobile operators worldwide, before it was eventually acquired by Microsoft in 2007.
After graduating from Polytechnique in France, Guillaume earned a Master's degree from Stanford University back in '95.
Marc is the President and co-founder of Goojet and Scoop.it.
A repeat entrepreneur, Marc is passionate about innovation. He was President of Meiosys, a startup in the virtualization space, acquired by IBM in 2005. Marc served as Director, Business Development at IBM, in charge of identifying growth opportunities in software areas and as Director of Programs at Thales ATM, in innovative areas such as satelite-based communication and navigation; he founded his first startup 20+ years ago.
Marc is a long time passionate travelers ; he values encounters, exchanges and off the beaten track experiences. And needs his daily dose of Bach and WeiChi.
Vincent graduated from the INSA Engineering school. He started to work for a software startup - Anyware Technologies - where he was involved on a lot of projects including subcontracting to Joost.
He joined Scoop.it (and Goojet) at the very beginning. Now, Doume does a lot of code and manages the development team. But most importantly, he spends a lot of time keeping the engineering team safe from Marc's and Guillaume’s crazy ideas. He's always believed in the human and technical qualities of the team.
Vincent is passionate about Mobile Development and Home Automation. At loss for geek stuff? Check his topics!
Formerly a producer specializing in content for the technology and startup community, Arabella began her career as a newspaper reporter for a daily publication in New Jersey. She graduated from Rutgers University with a double major in political science and English.
Arabella was recently the Executive Director at Techweek, the largest technology and startup conference in the Midwest. She is also the CEO and Co-founder of StartupLive.com, a media she created to report on Silicon Valley's startups and entrepreneurs which is actually how she met Guillaume and the Scoop.it team back in early 2012.
As the Director of Content and Community for Scoop.it, Clair Byrd is responsible for the development and management of the Scoop.it's content strategies and brand storytelling as well as the inspiration and activation of a global community of curation enthusiasts, running the gamut from corporate CEOs to non-profit leaders. In this role, she is in charge of on-going content and community architecture, evolving content life cycles, developing micro-communities, and expanding the Scoop.it user base.
Clair has a knack for creating and accelerating personal connections and figuring out what types of content makes individuals and communities tick. Clair got her start in content and community after funding some of her education by "developing" other student's homework and papers. After moving to the Bay area from the Midwest, she quickly went legit, leading community efforts at Delivering Happiness, a member of the Tony Hsieh family of brands.
Clair is passionate about creating relationships and communicating openly, honestly, and transparently. She also enjoys food science, punctuation, kumquats, and the color purple.
After graduating from ESCEM Tours Business School, she started working on marketing on the new Yahoo! Sponsored Search platform localization in France. Then, she joined Maximiles, the European leader in online loyalty marketing, where she managed to significantly grow the membership base.
Now, she loves spending her time working with our great engineering team to build the best product ;)
Hélène's also a photo enthusiast and particularly appreciative of photo-reporters’ work.
Baochi Nguyen is a marketer and strategist in the tech industry with over 14 years of digital, mobile, and product marketing experience. Currently, she is the director of social strategy at RingCentral. Prior to RingCentral, Baochi worked at Boingo Wireless, first as a product marketing manager and then as a social media strategist. Earlier in her career, Nguyen developed her marketing expertise at leading technology corporations including Alcatel, Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, and OQO, Inc. She graduated with a Master's and Bachelor's of Arts from Stanford University.
Ro Choy, a Silicon Valley veteran, is currently the VP of business development and marketing at BitTorrent. He started his career at eBay and then went on to work for RockYou, a social gaming company, where he led the company's growth from $300,000 to $35M per year as the chief revenue officer. Prior to joining BitTorrent, Choy was the CEO of PeerPong, which raised a Series A of $2.8M from First Round Capital, DCM and Charles River Ventures, and was acquired by Formspring in May 2011. Choy graduated with an MBA from Stanford University and a Bachelor's in Economics from Duke University.
Jai Choi's extensive experience in Silicon Valley spans over 15 years of successfully building startups as well as raising and investing capital. Currently, he is the founder and managing director at Tekton Ventures, which has funded early stage startups including UserVoice, Chute, Tinfoil Security, Coupang, and TasteMakerX. Earlier in his career, Choi cofounded OnAir Networks, one of the first web radio application companies to deliver copyright licensed music over the Internet. On-Air was founded in 1997 and then acquired in 1999 by Loudeye, a Nokia company. Choi was also the seed investor and co-founder of PeerPong, which Choi incubated at Partech Ventures, a search and semantic analysis company. Choi graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree from the University of Southern California.
Find out more about the Scoop.it team.
A big part of who we are at Scoop.it is our community. We believe that they are also party of our leadership team. We focus on serving them as they help us develop a better platform and experience for all. If you’re a Scoopiteer yourself, then chances are you have met our wonderful Community Manager, Ally Greer.
You may have met Ally through her community newsletter and Scoop.it Spotlight series where she features amazing stories of super Scoopiteers.
Do you have a Scoop.it success story? Tell Ally!