Cyriac Roeding is the co-founder and CEO of Shopkick. Roeding caught his "mobile virus" by living in Tokyo in 1994, and by traveling the world observing mobile behavior, all the way to monks in Bhutan in the Himalayan Mountains.
He created his first mobile startup in Europe in 1999 in five countries, then founded CBS's mobile division in 2005 in Los Angeles, and led the team to Emmy nominations and profitability. In 2008, he joined Kleiner Perkins's iFund in Silicon Valley as an EIR, where the idea for shopkick was born. Cyriac started his entrepreneurial endeavors as a paper boy turned software developer (he sold his first computer program to a newspaper publisher at 15), and as a radio host in Germany and Lithuania.
Related Links: http://www.shopkick.com
Last Updated: Thu, Sep 19, 2013
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