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Stephen Messer

Mr. Stephen Messer is Co-founder and Vice Chairman of Collective[i], a software-as-a-service business intelligence solution for marketers. The first set of analytical applications to manage, analyze and provide insights around large sets of business data. In addition to its suite of analytical applications, Collective[i] provides the technology, sciences and collaboration functionality for Sales, Marketing, Customer Support and Services organizations who are seeking to gain a 360-degree view of their operations to gain performance improvements.

Mr. Messer is Chairman of the Council for Accountable Advertising, an industry association for best-of-breed advertising technologies, and is Co-Founder and President of World Evolved, a platform for global investment and expansion. Prior to these ventures, Mr. Messer, along with his sister, Ms. Heidi Messer, founded, built and managed LinkShare Corporation until its sale in 2005 to Rakuten for $425m.

Mr. Messer is recognized as an authority on entrepreneurship and online marketing. He is frequently cited in industry publications, has appeared on numerous national business programs and regularly speaks at industry events. Mr. Messer holds a J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York and a B.A. from Lafayette University.

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