Mark Dziuk

San Francisco, California, US

Non-technical founder. Inventor w/ global patents
Mark 's Skills
Business Development
Sales
Finance
Design
Fundraising
Management
Marketing
Operations
Product Management
Strategy
Technical
User Experience
Background

Age Group

36-55

About Mark

Founder/inventor and CEO of Moonshot Holdings, Inc., a startup company introducing a new and unique way to conduct peer-to-peer payments over time. Notice of Allowance for a patent of the technology was granted in September, 2016. Previously, Mark was the founder of several companies including: Freedom of Speech, Inc. a voice recognition and synthetic speech and technology company; Velocity Investments, LLC, a real estate investment development company responsible for multi-million-dollar development projects in the greater Minneapolis, Minnesota area.
2014—Present: Moonshot Holdings, Inc., CEO and founder. Web and mobile based payments platform helping businesses and consumers arrange loan-free credit in the peer-to-peer and sharing economy.
2012—2014: Blue, LLC, CEO and founder. Real estate and development investment company with $1.5 million in completed design and build projects in the greater Minneapolis area.
2002—2012: Velocity Investments, LLC, CEO and founder. Real estate and development company. Notable projects:
• Le Parisien Flats and Marketplace, an $8 million, 13-unit mixed use condominium project in central Minneapolis. Winner of multiple industry awards.
• Agora Market, an $1.7 million shopping center
• Trader Joes/Mixed Use building, $16 million project, designed, leases and purchase agreements negotiated — never built.
• Northeast Gateway shopping center $8 million project designed and sold.

1992—2002: Freedom of Speech, Inc., CEO and founder. Synthetic speech and voice recognition technology company that helped individuals with and without disabilities adapt the technology to their lives and businesses. (Sold in 2002)

Quote

People pay for what they do, and still more for what they have allowed themselves to become. And they pay for it very simply; by the lives they lead. - James A. Baldwin