Passionate about the impact of technology and its speed of change in society; Luis is an experienced CEO, board member, product strategist, and operational executive for Fortune 500 and Startups. He is the founder and CEO of LJS Consulting.
Luis co-founded Jobaline and led it from ideation to becoming a leader in the sector. Luis held international executive positions for Yahoo, Microsoft, GMI (acquired by WPP in 2011), Xerox and ABB. He is a board advisor to the School of Business at the University of Washington Bothell, focusing on Effective Social Entrepreneurship and systemic changes.
He has successfully launched more than 25 global products in the consumer and business spaces and is a recognized expert on reinventing processes that are outdated or plagued with inefficiencies, creating scalable and efficient cloud-based solutions. He has been successful as an executive in charge or indirectly as operating executive advisor and consultant.
He has taken companies from zero to one million users and upwards of 700 million users -- monetized through licensing, subscriptions, transactional, or advertising business models across PC, mobile and cloud platforms. He has experience growing companies from zero to +$2M in annual revenues and up to $4B global P&L operations.
Luis is a frequent speaker at national and international events, covering topics regarding technology, society, and speed of change.
Founder & CEO
Aug 21, 2008 - Current (about 8 years)
Board & Advisor Roles (1)Update
Bothel School of Business - Board Advisor
Mar 1, 2016
B.Eng, Mechanical Engineering
|May 11, 2016||linkedin.com - Labor Substitution and the Digital Revolution: A Ticking Time-Bomb|
|Jun 3, 2015||jegi.com - JEGI Human Capital Management Symposium|
|Apr 16, 2015||The Guardian - Is your voice trustworthy, engaging or soothing to strangers?|
|May 2, 2013||Venture Beat - How simple mobile tech can put America back to work|