Primary Role
President at Noctivity
UCLA Anderson School of Management
January 27, 1976

Person Details


Joshua Lippiner is the President of Noctivity Inc, an Internet incubator and consulting firm. Noctivity's holdings have included;, a top ten consumer travel marketing company (Sold to in 2007), DoubleChecker, a comparison shopping solution (Sold to Vendare Media in 2004), and Noctivity's properties have been featured in the Seattle Times, Houston Chronicle and TechCrunch among others.

In 1998, Lippiner co-founded cPulse, LLC, a B2B online customer satisfaction monitoring firm. cPulse monitored the wants and needs of web visitors for over 360 clients, including including 18% of the Fortune 1000. In 2000, cPulse was sold to Gartner Inc (NYSE: IT).

After leaving cPulse, Lippiner founded after buying the domain off a cyber squatter while negotiating over Rum & Cokes in Grand Bahamas, Bahama. Lippiner grew cPulse to a top five travel marketing property and eventually sold the company in 2007 to

In 2008, Lippiner created, an online niche education play in the driver's prep space. In less than two years, DMVCS has helped over 30,000 people study for and ace their DMV written test.

Lippiner holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson in entrepreneurship and an undergraduate degree in Finance and Computer Science from Lehigh University. Lippiner is on the board of UCLA Anderson’s Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. Lippiner is the Anderson 2004 YPO Fellow, 2004 Wolfen Fellow and an avid Angel Investor in online start-up entrepreneurs. He is a frequent speaker on monetizing Web 2.0 companies, lead- generation and online business models.

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