Predictify is a prediction platform that adds an interactive, forward-looking dimension to the news. You can read a news story, make a prediction on the topic, and have a discussion with other users all in one visit. Unlike a poll, we score every prediction against the actual outcome, so you can build a reputation over time based on the accuracy of your predictions. It’s like fantasy sports for everything else.
Co-founder & CEO
Parker drives company strategy and leads strategic partnerships and business operations at Predictify. Prior to founding Predictify, Parker was a business project manager at Google, where he led several strategic and operational initiatives to help the company transition from search startup to a global technology company. Before joining Google, Parker was a consultant at Bain & Company. Parker holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar, and a BS in Mathematics from Stanford University.
Mike drives technology strategy and leads product marketing at Predictify. Prior to founding Predictify, Michael was vice president of product technology at Zazzle, where he led new product development. As one of the first members of the Zazzle team, he helped develop and operationalize Zazzle's innovative production processes. Michael holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BS in Computer Science from Stanford University.
Vice President of Engineering
Venu leads product development and technical operations at Predictify. Prior to joining Predictify, Venu spent nearly a decade at Yahoo in various technical architecture and leadership roles. He also has experience leading early-stage engineering teams, most recently as Director of Engineering at Chegg. Venu holds an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology in India, and a MS degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Southern California.
There are no display ads on Predictify. Instead, we offer sponsored questions for marketers who want to create highly-engaging advertising experiences. We charge $1 per prediction, and we share a portion of the fee with the predictors based on their accuracy. This encourages thoughtful participation and high-quality predictions.