AND THEY’LL SHOW YOU LOVE
HARNESS THE POWER OF SHARING
The sharing economy is one of the dominant forces in online behavior. We help partners harness the power of sharing, making consumers the ultimate influencers and bringing the multi-billion advertising industry into the sharing economy.
Brands gain trust through authenticity and co-creating with their customers instead of dictating to them. We believe companies should extend their brand experiences beyond just trying to sell. By connecting customers to each other, you connect them to your brand. This deepens engagement and loyalty.
Many brands claim to be “authentic” but fail to involve their customer’s voice, which is the most authentic of all. If you are bold enough to walk your talk, give us a call. We would love to show you how to mobilize your greatest asset – your customers.
Prior to starting Vivoom, Katherine was the CEO of GenArts (an Insight Venture Partners company, acquired by software company Boris FX) and co-founder and COO of in-game advertising company Massive (acquired by Microsoft). She has over a dozen of technical patents to her name.
Clay is an industry veteran of developing
large-scale web and video platforms. He has spent over 15 years with CBS and CNET before starting Vivoom.
CMO & EVP OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Jeff is a proven leader who has held executive positions in marketing and business development across the tech and entertainment industries, including Sony Music Entertainment.
HEAD OF GLOBAL SALES
Steve is a veteran business leader with 15+
years of sales experience across the media and technology industries such as Viacom, ZUUS Media and Playbuzz.
VIVOOM’S MISSION: The sharing economy is one of the dominant forces in online behavior. Combine that with the mass movement against interruptive advertising and a new marketing landscape is emerging. We believe Vivoom is ideally situated to capitalize and change the way brands advertise and see their customers.
Our mission is to bring brands and their customers together as true partners and creators where both are mutually enriched, respected, and valued. Only then does advertising stop being “advertising” and more about sharing common values and aspirations for a better life.