Wednesday, December 12, 2007
What's next after AGLOCO
AGLOCO will cease operation?
AGLOCO members would by now have received AGLOCO email informing about it -the email is from AGLOCO Development Team.If you've arrived on this page....If you're like me--an Agloco member....I can understand how you feel....just as much as you'd know how I feel.
Anyway, life goes on....WITH or WITHOUT Agloco!
I want to publish the name list of the entire Agloco Development
Team here so that everyone of us will remember these names:
Akshay Mavani: A.K. coordinates strategy and represents our
Indian Members. He brings experience as an electronic
engineer, and worked in sales and strategy in China and
Hong Kong before attending Stanford's Graduate School of
Allison Cui-Allison is AGLOCO's China specialist and represents
our Chinese Members. She worked as a software engineer in
Shanghai, China before attending the Stanford Graduate School
Anne Sophie Mayos-Anne-Sophie handles AGLOCO's website
and her sense of style makes sure it is always up to date.
Originally from Paris, she designed media information sites
for millions of online users at France's leading television channel.
Brian Greenwald-Brian works in business development at
AGLOCO. A scientist by education, he worked in marketing
and development for several biotech companies before
attending Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
Cannon Bonar-Cannon is AGLOCO's ambassador within the
teenage community. Currently a student at Central Middle
School, he will represent our teen Members (and he tried hard
to think of a cool-looking name for our company).
Dan Jorgensen-Dan is AGLOCO's Member recruiting coordinator.
He worked in sports marketing and online advertising before
helping AGLOCO create its network.
Javier Alvira-Javier is our in-house blogger expert. A native of
Spain, he worked as an engineer in telecommunications around
Europe before joining Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
Jim Jorgensen-Founder of AllAdvantage and Discovery Zone.
Jim's experience of paying $100 million to members in 1999 and
pioneering the “returning value to Internet users” idea, is an
invaluable source in guiding AGLOCO's new Development
Moshe Pinto-Moshe is AGLOCO's resident lawyer, he negotiates
and executes contracts. Prior to joining Stanford's Graduate
School of Business, Moshe worked as a corporate lawyer and
political strategist in Israel and the US.
Nick Punt-Nick advises AGLOCO's technological and community
development. He worked as a video game designer and online
communities' product manager prior to attending Stanford's
Graduate School of Business.
Ray Everett-Church-Ray was the world's first corporate
Chief Privacy Officer, pioneering the field of corporate privacy
professionals. An attorney and technology expert, he is
responsible for ensuring the privacy and security of AGLOCO's
Member information and providing guidance on privacy and
Sam Flax-Sam is AGLOCO's Chief Architect for the design of our
economic network. Sam's 30 years in Russia and then 20 years
in the US give to AGLOCO a unique perspective on managing
and implementing our database.
Steve de Bonvoisin-Steve coordinates AGLOCO's communication
and strategy implementation. Originally from Belgium, he has
lived and worked on four continents and brings experience in
economic consulting and as a reporter for a leading economic
newspaper. He is attending Stanford's Graduate School of
Trey Reasonover-Trey is our in-house community dynamics
specialist. He became a Web 2.0 addict after working as a
strategy consultant, and attends Stanford's Graduate School
So, what's next after AGLOCO? you may reply their email
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