Allen Heath --
Business development executive with over 20 years experience including the last 13 as CEO of Legendary Systems, an ecommerce software development and consulting company. As CEO and founder of Legendary Systems since 1993, from an initial investment of $10,000, Mr. Heath developed a professional services firm that grew at an average of greater than 100% per year for over 6 years in a row. With his guidance, Legendary grew into a multi-national, multi-million dollar services and software firm specializing in Electronic Commerce and Data Conversion for Global 2000 corporations with offices in England, Holland, Brazil and Germany.
Bruce Lundeen --
Hardware engineer manager with over 20 years experience including work at such prestigious companies as Unisys and Sun Microsystems where he worked as a senior engineering technician. Bruce has been an advisor, coach and speaker to inventor forums and entrepreneurs as an expert in consumer electronic product development. Over the past 10 years he has been developing products that have turned commercials successes; Playaway Audio Book currently sold at Borders book store, The Poker Genie, An RFID theft prevention vehicle immobilizer, WeeMote Remote Control for Kids (featured on Oprah and sold at Target and other specialty retailers) with over 200,000 units sold A graduate of Cal Poly Pomone in electrical engineering with honors
Chris Epperson - Lead IT engineer with over 20 years of solid experience in information technology starting early on with S100 bus computers, Intel based PC's to DEC & IBM mini-computers , IBM mainframes and Sun systems. In 1993 started his own company Computers Made Easy now Tiaison LLC in which he leveraged his IT skills to help small businesses build and maintain complex IT systems. He is the immediate past President of the bay area chapter of BDPA a national non profit organization charted to help minorities succeed in information technology endeavors. He holds a B.S. in Management Information Systems from Cal State University, Hayward.
see pitch MSNBC http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16251260
We are developing a new type of social network one that allows people to share music by creating adhoc on demand mobile networks at no cost to either party. People can snoop in on tunes of thier friends or someone they dont even know.