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Stanford University Graduate School of Business, MSM 2004
Technical University Munich, Master Degree

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Christof Wittig

Christof Wittig is CEO at Madvertise, Europe’s fastest growing advertising network.

Prior to madvertise, Christof was Managing Director of Kii Capital, which invests into early stage mobile applications, running on smart phones like Android OS handsets and the iPhone. Also, Christof was the founder and CEO of Servo Software, Inc. which merged with Synclore to form the Kii group in July 2010. Prior to Kii, Christof was founder and CEO at db4objects, Inc., which was sold to Versant Corp. in December 2008.

Since fall 2004, db4objects developed, commercially licensed and supported db4o, the leading open source object database. Prior to db4objects, Christof was founder and CEO at Apsis Software AG in Munich, Germany, a position he held from the founding of Apsis through its sale to Nemetschek AG in 1999 and its merger with conject AG in 2002.

Christof is a frequent speaker on mobile Internet and open source business models. He is an author of Stanford research on MySQL’s business model and on Google’s Android platform. Christof holds a Master of Science in Management from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, where he was a Sloan Fellow in the Class of 2004. He also holds a Master of Engineering from Technical University Munich.

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