Watch this trailer to check out the Scoop.it team in action, literally. Co-founders Guillaume Decugis and Marc Rougier plan to save the world. How? With a secret plan, code name: Humanrithm. What is this? A powerful combination of technology and community-driven content curation.
Guillaume Decugis's insight:
This is a video Arabella produced and that we had a lot of fun doing. Oh and yes: we did our own stunts!
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.
Before joining the other side of the Force, Julie was a client of Scoop.it while managing the Marketing of another SaaS software start-up in San Francisco for 2 years (Ivalua).
With a Master’s Degree in Consulting from Audencia Graduate School of Management, Julie has lived in 4 different countries and worked in Marketing and Consulting for Apple, l’Oréal, Cartier and Weave Consulting.
Besides being a tech nerd tweeting about New Technologies (@JulieGTR), Julie is a pretty serious sports addict (ski, muay thai, field hockey, tennis, etc.), a traveling fanatic and a foodie (either in the privacy of her kitchen or at new trendy restaurants).
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.
Andrew Federici is VP of Monetization for Scoop.it.
Andrew has held a number of senior marketing and product roles at major media entities including AOL, IAC and MTV Networks, innovating new products and revenue streams.
Most recently, Andrew was in charge of engagement and website monetization for cloud collaboration company Hightail (formerly YouSendIt) and head of online and mobile marketing for Affinion, a global direct marketing company specializing in online subscription services. Andrew is passionate about social media and content curation's impact on the future of business.
When he's not thinking about how to get users to convert from free to
paid, Andrew can be found practicing Tae Kwon Do with his two sons or watching Game of Thrones with his wife.
Andrew is the recipient of two Webby awards for his work at MTV Networks.
Doume graduated from an engineer 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.
Doume is passionate about Mobile Development and Home Automation. At loss for geek stuff? Check his topics!
After having lived and worked abroad in China, South Africa and Dubai, Benoit discovered entrepreneurship in Paris before settling in Toulouse next to the Pyrenees where he enjoys skiing and hiking almost every week-end.
Benoit is also a former IBM consultant and loves sharing with Scoop.it clients on how to make the most out content curation.
Nicolas is an opensource addict who likes to have fun writing software.
At Scoop.it he works on search and recommendation, so he works hard to help you find amazing stuff in Scoop.it. He recommends you to check Fred's topic about tennis table out as he loves practicing sport with friends.
As Jibees, he can't work without music, but music that rocks, progressive rock. Muse, Radiohead, and Soulmate of course.
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