Luke W

London, United Kingdom

Founder of Pollstation & Looking for a Cofounder
Luke W's Skills
Business Development
Marketing
Technical
Sales
Product Management
Management
Finance
Background

Startup Experience

Founded 2+ startups

Age Group

36-55

About Luke W

Founder of Pollstation, looking for a cofounder to help take it to the next level.

"Wouldn't it be cool to create a neutral, informative and social online experience where people have an equal say on the important issues of the day?"

Presenting >> www.pollstation.uk

Pollstation is now live on the web and via mobile apps. It embodies a new concept in news briefings, online opinion, social networking, and data.

I am on the lookout for a creative, web-familiar, politically interested, content editor and cofounder.

It would suit a recent graduate with energy, intelligence, skill, and purpose who's keen to be exposed to all aspects of running a dynamic high risk/reward startup. Flexible working.

Get in touch for more information.

Quote

"You have to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology." - Steve Jobs

Work Experience

Founder

Pollstation

April 2015 - Today

Founder & lead author for Pollstation.

Co-Founder & Chairman

Compare the Cloud

March 2012 - January 2015

Compare the Cloud offers cloud computing advice, consulting and marketing to businesses and systems integrators. CTC works both through its popular online presence (comparethecloud.net) as well as its creative real-world & business development activities.

Founding Director

Vimeric

January 2008 - January 2015

Provider of website acceleration services to high bandwidth websites.

Co-founder and CMO

Hotel Technology International

April 2008 - January 2012

Importer and value-add distributor of hotel telecommunications and Internet access technology specifically for hotels across EMEA.

Co-founder & Director

Recast Digital

June 2009 - January 2011

Advanced Adobe Flash Media development outfit focused on HD streaming capabilities at 720 and 1080p with dynamic bitrate adjustment for consumer video delivery. Closed shortly after Apple dropped and killed Flash!