About GET IT
GET IT was founded in 2010 to give marketers a complete perspective on the mobile ad marketplace, and to give them the tools they need to rise above the noise. Our leadership team comes from Google, Apple, LucasFilm, EA, Intel to name a few, and are devoted to bringing innovation, transparency and accountability to the mobile ad buying market.
Vision and technology leadership. Creator of the product vision and technology now known as Google Earth. Creator of the Alchemy Console Game Platform—used in hundreds of games including the Skylanders series. BSE in CS from Princeton, Magna Cum Laude.
Operations and corporate affairs. Involved with technology start-ups in the United States and Europe for almost 20 years. Educated as an electrical engineer in his hometown of Hamburg, Germany, before relocating to Silicon Valley in 1997.
Product design. Over a decade of experience both in design and in software development for major Internet properties. Graduated with honors from Stanford University with a BS in symbolic systems.
Client acquisition and revenue. Senior business development executive responsible for GET IT partner development and revenue growth. Experienced in ad technology start-ups and fortune 500 media companies, including the NFL and The New York Times.
Partner development. Develops GET IT’s partnerships with supply side providers and manages key revenue accounts. Strategic Partner Development for 7+ years at Google. BS in Biology from NYU with honors and MS in Engineering from Santa Clara University.
Marketing and campaign management. Over 12 years of experience leading digital marketing teams in the mobile gaming space, starting with JAMDAT Mobile. Earned a BS in Computer Science at the University of Minnesota.
Work with Us
Interested in helping GET IT revolutionize mobile user acquisition? We are looking for highly motivated individuals with a venture mindset and experience that places them above the crowd. GET IT Mobile offers a friendly work environment of talented and driven people working in task-oriented teams.