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Coveroo Board of Directors

3 Board of directors

Coveroo has 3 board of directors, including Jeff Crowe.

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Jeff Crowe

Jeff joined Norwest Venture Partners in 2004 and became managing partner in 2013. Jeff is one of three managing partners responsible for the firm, which has 23 investment partners, over 150 active portfolio companies and more than $9.5 billion in capital under management. Jeff focuses on investments in the internet, consumer, and software arenas. Jeff has appeared six times on the Forbes Midas List of the top 100 venture investors in the world. Jeff currently serves on the boards of Abodu, Button, Common, Extole, Grove Collaborative, Homeward, HoneyBook, Learn to Win, Madison Reed, Minted, Modsy, and Talkspace. Jeff is also responsible for Norwest’s investments in Faire and Plaid. Jeff’s past investments include AdChina (acquired by Alibaba), Admeld (acquired by Google), deCarta (acquired by Uber), Glint (acquired by LinkedIn), Jet.com (acquired by Walmart), Jigsaw (acquired by Salesforce.com), Lending Club (NYSE: LC), Opendoor (NASDAQ: OPEN), RetailMeNot (Nasdaq: SALE, acquired by Harland Clarke), Spotify (NYSE: SPOT), Talkspace (NASDAQ: TALK), The Echo Nest (acquired by Spotify), true[X] media (acquired by 21st Century Fox), Turn (acquired by Amobee) and Uber (NYSE: UBER). Earlier in his career, Jeff was co-founder and CEO of Edify Corporation (Nasdaq: EDFY), a venture backed enterprise software company that went from start-up in 1990 to $80M in revenue and 400 employees. Edify held its IPO in 1996 and was acquired by S1 Corporation in 1999. Jeff has served on the board of directors of the National Venture Capital Association, based in Washington D.C. Jeff is active in alumni affairs at Dartmouth College, where he currently serves on the Board of Trustees. Jeff co-founded and continues to host the annual Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum in San Francisco and also serves as the founding Chair of the Advisory Board to the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship at Dartmouth. At Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), Jeff lectures on entrepreneurship and venture capital and has served on the Management Board.

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Karl Jacob

Karl Jacob is a serial entrepreneur who has been building, advising and investing in companies for the last 20 years. During his career Karl has raised 23 rounds of financing from a wide range of investors, including True Ventures, Baseline Ventures, Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, Microsoft, eBay, Integral Partners, Norwest Ventures, Greylock, Benchmark Capital, FT Ventures, Ignition Partners and Vulcan Ventures. Many of Karl’s companies have been successfully acquired, including Dimension X, acquired by Microsoft; Keen/Ingenio, acquired by AT&T; Cloudmark, acquired by ProofPoint; and Coveroo, acquired by Zazzle. Across his various tenures as a start-up CEO, Karl has generated hundreds of millions of dollars in investor returns and up to $150 million in revenue per year. In 2005 he joined Facebook as one of its first advisors and has gone on to advise several other companies. Karl is also a prolific angel investor and mentor for start-up companies including Mayvenn, June, Healthtap, Everlane, Skillshare, Rescale, Memsql, Haven, Shippo and many others. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California’s Engineering School, where he sits on its board of counselors.

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Richard Ling

brings serial entrepreneurship experience and passion for technology to the Rembrandt team.Concurrently with devoting his time to founding Rembrandt Venture Partners, Richard was the acting, founding CEO and Chairman of MetaLINCs Inc., an e-mail search and analytics company acquired by Seagate in 2007. Prior to Rembrandt, Richard was the co-founder, President and CEO of AlterEgo Networks Inc., a wireless infrastructure company, acquired by Macromedia Inc. in 2002.Richard Ling brings serial entrepreneurship experience and passion for technology to the Rembrandt team.Before AlterEgo, Richard led the e-Commerce product organization at Inktomi, where he was responsible for overseeing all areas of the group's engineering and operations, including site and network operations and product development. Richard was a co-founder, VP of Products and Engineering and acting CTO at Impulse Buy Networks Inc., leading the development, operations and product management groups. Impulse Buy Networks was acquired by Inktomi in 1998.Richard holds a Bachelor of Science, Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley (robotics and control/learning systems focus).

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Jeff Crowe

Karl Jacob

Richard Ling

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Work History

Jeff joined Norwest Venture Partners in 2004 and became managing partner in 2013. Jeff is one of three managing partners responsible for the firm, which has 23 investment partners, over 150 active portfolio companies and more than $9.5 billion in capital under management. Jeff focuses on investments in the internet, consumer, and software arenas. Jeff has appeared six times on the Forbes Midas List of the top 100 venture investors in the world. Jeff currently serves on the boards of Abodu, Button, Common, Extole, Grove Collaborative, Homeward, HoneyBook, Learn to Win, Madison Reed, Minted, Modsy, and Talkspace. Jeff is also responsible for Norwest’s investments in Faire and Plaid. Jeff’s past investments include AdChina (acquired by Alibaba), Admeld (acquired by Google), deCarta (acquired by Uber), Glint (acquired by LinkedIn), Jet.com (acquired by Walmart), Jigsaw (acquired by Salesforce.com), Lending Club (NYSE: LC), Opendoor (NASDAQ: OPEN), RetailMeNot (Nasdaq: SALE, acquired by Harland Clarke), Spotify (NYSE: SPOT), Talkspace (NASDAQ: TALK), The Echo Nest (acquired by Spotify), true[X] media (acquired by 21st Century Fox), Turn (acquired by Amobee) and Uber (NYSE: UBER). Earlier in his career, Jeff was co-founder and CEO of Edify Corporation (Nasdaq: EDFY), a venture backed enterprise software company that went from start-up in 1990 to $80M in revenue and 400 employees. Edify held its IPO in 1996 and was acquired by S1 Corporation in 1999. Jeff has served on the board of directors of the National Venture Capital Association, based in Washington D.C. Jeff is active in alumni affairs at Dartmouth College, where he currently serves on the Board of Trustees. Jeff co-founded and continues to host the annual Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum in San Francisco and also serves as the founding Chair of the Advisory Board to the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship at Dartmouth. At Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), Jeff lectures on entrepreneurship and venture capital and has served on the Management Board.

Karl Jacob is a serial entrepreneur who has been building, advising and investing in companies for the last 20 years. During his career Karl has raised 23 rounds of financing from a wide range of investors, including True Ventures, Baseline Ventures, Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, Microsoft, eBay, Integral Partners, Norwest Ventures, Greylock, Benchmark Capital, FT Ventures, Ignition Partners and Vulcan Ventures. Many of Karl’s companies have been successfully acquired, including Dimension X, acquired by Microsoft; Keen/Ingenio, acquired by AT&T; Cloudmark, acquired by ProofPoint; and Coveroo, acquired by Zazzle. Across his various tenures as a start-up CEO, Karl has generated hundreds of millions of dollars in investor returns and up to $150 million in revenue per year. In 2005 he joined Facebook as one of its first advisors and has gone on to advise several other companies. Karl is also a prolific angel investor and mentor for start-up companies including Mayvenn, June, Healthtap, Everlane, Skillshare, Rescale, Memsql, Haven, Shippo and many others. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California’s Engineering School, where he sits on its board of counselors.

brings serial entrepreneurship experience and passion for technology to the Rembrandt team.Concurrently with devoting his time to founding Rembrandt Venture Partners, Richard was the acting, founding CEO and Chairman of MetaLINCs Inc., an e-mail search and analytics company acquired by Seagate in 2007. Prior to Rembrandt, Richard was the co-founder, President and CEO of AlterEgo Networks Inc., a wireless infrastructure company, acquired by Macromedia Inc. in 2002.Richard Ling brings serial entrepreneurship experience and passion for technology to the Rembrandt team.Before AlterEgo, Richard led the e-Commerce product organization at Inktomi, where he was responsible for overseeing all areas of the group's engineering and operations, including site and network operations and product development. Richard was a co-founder, VP of Products and Engineering and acting CTO at Impulse Buy Networks Inc., leading the development, operations and product management groups. Impulse Buy Networks was acquired by Inktomi in 1998.Richard holds a Bachelor of Science, Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley (robotics and control/learning systems focus).

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Coveroo Management Team

7 Team Members

Coveroo has 7 executives. Coveroo's founder is Karl Jacob. Coveroo's current Chief Executive Officer is Chris Boone.

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Karl Jacob

Founder

Current

Chris Boone

Chief Executive Officer

Current

James Chapman

President

Current

Peter Tomassi

Chief Product Officer

Current

Mark Halstead

Founder, Chief Technology Officer

Former

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Karl Jacob

Chris Boone

James Chapman

Peter Tomassi

Mark Halstead

Work History

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Founder

Chief Executive Officer

President

Chief Product Officer

Founder, Chief Technology Officer

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Current

Current

Current

Current

Former

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