Salt Lake City, UT – Swell, a subscription platform to help businesses increase social engagement/reviews, boost overall online presence, and streamline communications with their customers,
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Tim joined the Spacestation in August 2019 as the managing partner for Spacestation Investments, an early stage angel investment team. In addition to funding the famed Spacestation Gaming esports organization, Tim has led investments in Magic Spoon, Olipop, Giggster, Koia, Evercast, Kinder Beauty and 25 more. Tim specializes in connecting SkyLab portfolio companies with influencer marketing strategies for explosive growth. Prior to the Spacestation, Tim and his brother Sean built and sold their startup Crowd Mics to Biamp.
Better known as Holladay, Sean is co-founder of The Spacestation. In 2017 he built Spacestation Integrations which has become one of the most innovative and fastest growing influencer marketing agencies in the country. Holladay struck the first influencer deal with Mattel to create two custom Hot Wheels cars. He partnered with Nomatic and launched a $2.4 million KickStarter campaign for the top YouTube photographer Peter Mckinnon. Spacestation Integrations paid creators over $11M in 2020. SkyLab benefits from Holladay’s genuine relationships with top influencers, companies and investors. Prior to founding the Spacestation, Holladay was the co-founder of Crowd Mics, which sold to Biamp in 2016.
Over the last 10 years, Chandler has been leading creative and customer acquisition for some of the internet’s biggest brands, most notably Snow Teeth Whitening who went from startup to $100M+ in two years.
Having successfully deployed tens of millions of dollars across Facebook, Instagram, Google, and Snap; Chandler is no stranger to customer acquisition at scale. Chandler’s unique view on creative, paid media, and innovative products and services made his addition to the Skylab team a foregone conclusion.
Connor Jenkins is an operator and logistics specialist. Prior to joining SkyLab Ventures, Connor had managed a large real estate portfolio, built out sales and logistics infrastructure for a tech startup, and consulted Mercedes Benz covering over 130 dealerships maximizing opportunity across their sales and marketing operations. Connor has a unique ability to look into a business and problem solve, which makes him a valuable asset here at SkyLab.
Greg is one of the most accomplished business leaders in Utah. Greg has been at the forefront of building some of the greatest success stories in the last 15 years. He was a founding member of Huntsman Gay Global Capital (HGGC) where he was a leader in portfolio operations and helped drive significant exit valuations in their $1.1B debut fund that propelled HGGC to its second fund. He was CFO and COO of Pluralsight overseeing 8 acquisitions and multiple rounds of debt and equity capital including the largest venture capital round in the State of Utah at the time. Since then, Greg has developed an impressive portfolio of investments, board seats and advisory roles to help the next wave of startups and funds. As an advisor to SkyLab, Greg has been a huge voice in the strategy and positioning of the fund and in the ongoing execution.
Bobby is a seasoned M&A and fundraising professional. Prior to joining SkyLab Ventures, Bobby worked at SaltStack, a B2B infrastructure software company, where he played an important role in the Company’s financing strategy and eventual strategic sale to VMware. Before SaltStack, Bobby spent time as an investment banker at Raymond James in their Technology & Services group and is responsible for assisting in over 10 successful M&A and capital raising transactions cumulatively worth over $1 billion in transaction value. Bobby started his career as an analyst at Peterson Partners, a middle-market private equity firm in Salt Lake City.