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Mike Lewis

Mike Lewis graduated Dartmouth College in 2000 with a Computer Science degree.

Following Dartmouth, Mike worked at AOL and AOL Time Warner reporting to Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Bill Raduchel.

In 2006, Mike founded the company Qloud with partner Toby Murdock. Qloud grew to over 25 million monthly uniques and was acquired by BUZZMEDIA for $8 million.

Following the acquisition by BUZZMEDIA, Mike became EVP of Product for all of BUZZMEDIA brands and grew the company’s traffic from 25 million monthly uniques to over 50 million.

In late 2009, Mike founded the company Grogger which changed its name to Kapost in early 2010. Kapost was part of the 2010 Techstars class

Recent Milestones

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    Mike Lewis added a position as Co-founder at Kapost. (4/2/10)
    Posted 8/24/10 at 2:51pm
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    Mike Lewis invested in Kijubi. (1/1/10)
    Posted 1/25/10 at 4:53pm
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    Mike Lewis added a position as EVP, Product at SpinMedia Group. (2/1/08)
    Posted 10/12/09 at 2:03pm
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    Mike Lewis added a position as Founder at Qloud. (1/1/06)
    Posted 11/2/07 at 1:32am
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    Mike Lewis added a position as VP at Ruckus. (5/2/04)
    Posted 10/12/09 at 2:03pm
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    Mike Lewis added a position as Corporate Technology at AOL. (6/10/00)
    Posted 10/12/09 at 2:03pm

Investments

Company Date Round Size Participants
Kijubi 1/2010Angel$265k5

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Robert Scoble interview

Added: 8/24/10

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