CEO and co-founder of Formspring.
Ade Olonoh is the co-Founder and CEO of Formspring, a rapidly growing social network designed to help people get to know each other better. Ade founded Formspring in November 2009 in Indianapolis, and moved the company to San Francisco in June 2010, where he has grown the company to over 25 million registered members.
An entrepreneur at heart and a computer science engineer by training, Ade had a variety of experiences before founding Formspring. He most recently founded Formstack, a profitable startup based in Indianapolis. He also started Bottled Software, a custom software development consultancy; Recursive Function, where he created several web apps, including Tweet140 and Ponyfish. He also served as a key member of the IT management team for Gannettâ€™s The Indianapolis Star.
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