Andrew Dumont | Relode Advisory Board Member
Relode.com announces the appointment of a new member to its Advisory Board. The new appointment is Andrew Dumont.
About Andrew Dumont
Andrew is a serial technologist and marketer who was named to Forbes 30 innovators under the age of 30 in digital marketing. He currently serves as the VP of Marketing at Bitly and previously as an Entrepreneur in Residence at Betaworks, a startup studio that has funded companies like Tumblr and Kickstarter. Since the age of 18, Andrew has been building and growing startup companies like Moz, Seesmic (acquired by Hootsuite), Stride, Tatango. Andrew is a proud Seattle native, and he currently lives in New York City.
“We are very excited to have Andrew Dumont join our Advisory Board here at Relode! One of the most exciting things I get to do as the CEO of Relode is meet amazing and talented individuals. From the moment Andrew and I connected, I knew he was a perfect fit for Relode and where we want to go. We look forward to learning from Andrew and applying the leverage and lessons he has learned into Relode and into our overall growth and marketing strategy.” –Matthew Tant, Founder and CEO, Relode.com
“I’m pretty darn excited to work with Matt and the Relode team. What they’re building is at the core of what excites me – finding inefficiencies in markets and improving them through the power of technology. I have long been a proponent of connecting great individuals together, and Relode helps power this, in a space that desperately needs it. Relode taps into a new vein of search agents who can express the passion of their livelihoods through an accessible and highly engaging platform, allowing companies to reach talent prospects that they would otherwise miss. This is an exciting problem to be a part of. I’m excited to lend a hand any way I can.” – Andrew Dumont
Relode is a crowdsourced marketplace of clinical professionals who refer their friends and helps healthcare companies find clinical talent at half the traditional cost. Our customers save time and money, and as a result can provide better patient care.