Jeffrey Sass

Jeffrey Sass

Jeff has 30 years experience in the technology and entertainment industries and first got involved in mobile in 1999 as co-founder and the CEO of mobile commerce pioneer BarPoint.com. As Vice President, Chief Evangelist at Myxer, from 2007 to 2012 Jeff played a significant role in growing the mobile entertainment company into a top 15 mobile website in the U.S. Currently Jeff is advising a select group of companies and is co-founder of Social Object Factory, a content studio within gapingvoid ltd. In addition, Jeff is CMO of .Club Domains, which owns the new generic top level Internet Domain name (gTLD) ".CLUB." He is also a Co-Founder of EntrepreneurWiki.

Jeff has written and produced for film and television and has a deep understanding of the content business, unique for a tech exec. From creating nationally syndicated childrens programs... to surviving the trauma of Troma... to selling a screenplay to Hollywood... to a stint in the video and computer game business, Jeff has a broad range of hands-on creative and management experience, and the contacts and stories to prove it.

A graduate of Cornell University, Jeff is a frequent speaker and panelist on mobile marketing, digital music, entrepreneurship and social media. He is an online instructor for the University of San Francisco's Mobile Marketing Program. Jeff has had articles published in AdAge, Forbes, DMNews, Mobile Marketer, iMedia Connection and others. He is a co-host of the Cast of Dads podcast and writes regularly for a number of blogs including Dadomatic.com, SocialNetworkingRehab.com, and his personal blog, Sassholes! He served as an Intel Advisor and Sony Digidad.

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