Brent Brookler is a mobile and Internet technologies innovator and entrepreneur. In 2005 Brookler started Treemo Labs, a real-time publishing and social media platform company that runs mobile applications for CBS; including Survivor, Harper's Island and CBS EyeMobile.
Prior to Treemo Labs, Brookler was co-founder and president of games and entertainment at Mobliss, Inc., where he created a mobile games business that exceeded $6 million in revenue.
Mobliss was sold in January 2004 to Index Corporation, one of the largest mobile content providers in the world. While at Mobliss, he was responsible for delivering some of the world’s biggest brands to the small screen, including The New York Times Crossword, American Idol, and Family Feud – the most popular multiplayer game at the time.
Brent has a double major in Economics and International Relations from Lehigh University.
BA, Economics and International Relations1991
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