Scott is co-founder and CEO of TextPower, Inc., which provides business solutions to enterprises through the creative use of text messaging. Previously he created WirelessNOW, the first e-news service for the industry, and was the first CEO of the WAP Forum. Scott has helped companies including AT&T, BellSouth, Motorola, Optus, D-Tel, and Hughes Satellite to secure licenses, build wireless systems and sell services in more than 20 countries. He is a Director on the Board of Mueller Industries (a Fortune 1000 company) and has been named a “Cellular Industry Pioneer” by Cellular Marketing Magazine, a “Network Standards Superstar” by Network World Magazine and a Fellow (since 1984) in the Radio Club of America (the wireless industry’s honor society).
Founder and CEO of mobileStorm, Jared designed the world’s first communication service provider (CSP), which now serves thousands of customers and whose clients include NASCAR, Kaiser Permanente, New Balance, Kaiser Permanente, and American Idol. Prior to the Storm, Jared was product manager for Interactive Light, a leading developer and provider of networked sports simulators, and he later founded Katalyst Music Group LLC, an independent record and new media company. He developed one of the music industry’s first mobile marketing applications with Interscope, Geffen, and A&M called “My Music Mobile,” delivering text messages on behalf of artists like U2 and Eminem. Mr. Reitzin owns MobileMarketingWatch.com one of the premier marketing blogs in the U.S. (currently #85 on AdAge's Power 150) and recently launched mHealthwatch.com, focused on providing content for how mobile is impacting healthcare. He is a highly sought after speaker and writer on entprenureruership on his site JaredReitzin.com
Jeffrey is Vice President, Marketing & Business Development and Chief Evangelist at Myxer, a mobile technology company that operates one of the top 10 mobile websites in the U.S. (Myxer.com). Prior to Myxer, Jeff was president & CEO of The Marketing Machine, a full-service marketing and ad agency, and he later founded and was president & CEO of BarPoint.com, Inc., an ecommerce company that invented linking barcodes to the Internet. He has written and produced for film and television and has a deep understanding of the content business, which is unique for a technology executive. He also writes regularly for a number of blogs and is an adjunct professor for the University of San Francisco’s online mobile marketing training program.