Craig Alberino / ActiveCause - The Social Giving Network
Investor and Enterprise Tech Leader
For more than 15 years, Craig Alberino has helped companies implement innovative strategies that produce transformative business success. His longstanding work with technology companies is focused on accelerating their growth from startup to market-leader status. Craig founded Ingk Labs in 1996 and launched InstantService, the first carrier-class Internet telecommunications platform for live-agent customer service, which was acquired by Oracle in 2010.
Craig has worked closely with angel and venture communities through his work with the New York New Media Association and its Venture Downtown and Angel Investor programs. For the last decade, he has advised top agencies within the Omnicom, WPP and Publicis holding companies such as Oglivy and Ketchum on digital leadership, helping shape business and marketing strategies for clients FedEx, Kinko’s and Monster.com.
At Ingk Labs, he is focused on advising select startups and overseeing all vision and business development efforts for the company’s portfolio of Web-based service ventures.
He began his career in management consulting in the early 1990s advising Fortune 500 companies on business strategy, intellectual property, and marketing. While at Accenture, Craig incubated startups for numerous corporations, helping them to harvest IP and find value through licensing and selling technology. His clients included Goldman Sachs, UBS, MCI, Digex, AT&T and the Associated Press. Early in his career, Craig built GE’s first patent-record database and launched GE.com, one of the world’s first commercial websites.
More on Craig and Ingk Labs at http://ingk.com
Ingk Labs Portfolio Ventures: http://ingk.com/portfolio/