Tim’s track record includes the Esprit Award Winning Entrepreneur of the Year (2012) and operating executive of a 50-person/$5M revenue company (Solista) and a 200-person/$25M revenue company (Tendril) and angel investor in 10 startup companies. Mentor to award-winning startups including Snap-a-Bug (TechStars ’10), SimpleEnergy (TechStars ’11) and LinkCycle (MIT Cleantech ’11).
He is a board member for several non-profits such as Silicon Flatirons Entrepreneur Initiative, Demand Response/Smart Grid Coalition, and Young Entrepreneurs Organization and for-profits such as Tendril, Adeptive, SkyeTek, Oxlo, Intellocity and LeadWorks.
- When: Wednesday, Oct. 17th, 6:00-7:30pm
- Where: Wolf Law room 207
- Why: Pizza will be served!
- RSVP Required: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dGlFS254NDFvWTZDamJrNHhkU2lTYWc6MA
Tim’s career has also spanned companies like Apple, Access Graphics (Lockheed-Martin/GE company), General Electric, Requisite Technology, Gartner, Kalos Strategy Group, and Comstock Ventures.
@mobiplugnetwork: Co-founders Lee Taylor, Mike Soucie, and Jeff Mathews started Mobiplug in 2012 with a vision of connecting everyday objects with the cloud and mobile devices… to make the Internet of Things (IoT) a reality. The company entered the TechStars Boulder accelerator and late in the summer of 2012, as the idea and business model was becoming clear, it also became clear the team needed a seasoned leader who could drive the vision to bring Mobiplug’s solution to the mass market. Lead mentor Tim Enwall was the perfect fit. He joined Mobiplug on Demo Day and was announced on stage as the company’s New CEO.