CEO and Founder
Veteran entrepreneur Todd Dipaola co-founded inMarket in 2010 to bring the performance and accountability of digital marketing to the realm of retail. Todd previously co-founded and bootstrapped digital marketing agency Vantage Media at the inception of search advertising. Vantage ranked 31 on the Inc 500 and earned "The Fastest Growing Technology Company in Los Angeles" honors by Deloitte's Fast50. In 2007, Todd exited the company at a valuation north of $100MM. Todd's entrepreneurial experience is also rooted in philanthropy. In 2007, he created the Dipaola Foundation, which was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, to work on environmental and systemic societal issues. He sits on several boards including UC Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy and California Common Cause. As Chairman of Common Cause, the organization succeeded in reforming redistricting to eliminate gerrymandering and activating online voter registration for the first time in history. Todd graduated as a Regents Scholar from UC Berkeley in Molecular and Cell Biology with emphasis in Immunology.
Chairman and Founder
Mark DiPaola founded Vantage Media and served as its president for 6 years. During this time, Mark grew Vantage into one of the largest and most successful operations of its kind, ranking #31 in the Inc. 500, and #1 on the Deloitte & Touche Fast 50. Vantage's pay-for-performance model added accountability to the often unruly world of online advertising, and attracted attention from top private equity firms including Scale Venture Partners and Tudor Ventures. In 2007, Mark led the largest Series A funding of any US company in nearly two years, at a valuation of over $150 million. Previous to Vantage, Mark was a strategy consultant at Monitor Consulting. Mark was recently named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist, and received the Award for Excellence in Achievement by a Young Alumnus from his alma mater, UC Berkeley. Mark is on the Advisory Board for The Boys and Girls Club of Santa Monica and a Trustee of the Dipaola Foundation.
Mike comes to inMarket with over 30 years of experience in retail, finance, and c-suite responsibilities, most recently as CFO of Pinkberry. Mike worked in retail for Kroger and Fred Meyer as the Treasurer, Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning, and later as CEO of one of the Kroger companies. He also held leadership positions at Popcornopolis and worked at Columbia Distributing, a region leading beverage distributor. Mike moved west from Cleveland, Ohio to get his undergraduate degree from Pomona College. He shortly thereafter was certified as a Public Accountant in Oregon. Mike has worked with and been on the board of directors of several organizations including CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), the Red Cross, and local schools.
Cameron V. Peebles
Cameron comes to inMarket with over 20 years' experience in B2B marketing, sales pipeline optimization, creative design, PR, and strategic positioning within the technology industry. Prior to inMarket, Cameron led the marketing initiatives of top companies in their respective spaces, such as mobileStorm, Stamps.com Enterprise, Nero Software and PCMall. Most recently, Cameron was CMO at Airpush, a leading performance ad network reaching over 500 million consumers around the world, where he was awarded Silver in the Best in Biz Award’s ‘Marketer of the Year’ for 2015. A native of Miami, FL, Cameron enjoys sailing, diving, hiking and forward thinking music.
Chris Kozloski brings over 20 years of digital advertising experience to the inMarket team, leading global sales operations as Chief Revenue Officer. Prior to joining inMarket, Chris built the sales team at MaxPoint Interactive to $150 million in revenue and 100+ employees en route to an IPO. Chris’s diverse workplace background -- ranging from tech giants like AOL to the early days of DoubleClick -- helps him to understand the nuances of startup life and what it takes to make it to the next level. Chris, a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, resides in Princeton, NJ and works out of inMarket’s New York City office.
Before joining inMarket, Charlie implemented successful customer care organizations for three different East coast-based start-up companies. She has over 25 years of customer operations and project management experience in the network hosting, satellite communications, retail and aerospace industries and brings to InMarket a strategic focus for the day-to-day operations as well as a customer-centric approach to client services. Charlie received her bachelors degree in Business Administration from Strayer University and is certified by the Project Management Institute as a project management professional. In her spare time, Charlie provides volunteer support to several local non-profit organizations.
Eugene Kovnatsky is Vice President, Technology at inMarket. Since joining in April of 2017 he has been leading all technology initiatives at inMarket including software engineering, application architecture, technology selection, coding standards, software quality and reliability, data and platforms engineering. Prior to inMarket Eugene served as VP, Software Engineering in NBC Universal, Digital Products and Interactive Media. Eugene joined NBCUniversal in July of 2013, where he oversaw all aspects of Software Engineering across multiple geo-distributed technology teams. Eugene led broad spectrum of technology efforts across the company ranging from modernizing News Digital solutions to implementing multi platform publishing across variety of NBCUniversal entertainment brands. Prior to NBCUniversal Eugene served as VP, Software Engineering at Dex Media, the leading provider of marketing solutions for local businesses. Eugene joined Dex in 2010, where he led the Software Engineering and Agile Project Management organizations in charge of supporting a $500M Digital Product Development business. As part of the technology leadership team, Eugene was instrumental in facilitating an overall digital technology transformation, resulting in a 30% YoY growth of Dex’s digital business as well as the successful company-wide adoption of Agile Product Development. Prior to Dex Media Eugene served at Business.com, Lablz, Life Alert Emergency Response, Inc and Information Builders in various technology roles. Eugene is a graduate of Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University in Russia with a Masters Degree in Computer Science. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife, son and daughter.
Sr. Director of Product
With over 7 years of experience in mobile app and location intelligence space, Spencer leads the product team to set and deliver the product roadmap, driving customer satisfaction and competitive innovation. Spencer began his tenure with inMarket orchestrating the development of the company's fist mobile video product, location aware ad network, and 3rd party partner integrations for inMarket's owned and operated apps. He leverages his knowledge in the location based ad space to create that same value for inMarket’s advertisers, publishers, and retailers in his current role as Sr Director of Product. Spencer currently resides in Los Angeles where he enjoys the outdoors, spending time with his family, and reading.
Director of Partnerships
Alex is responsible for building inMarket’s partnerships with leading publishers across the U.S., helping them leverage location to deliver contextual experiences that drive usage, retention, and new ad revenue. Prior to inMarket, Alex led partnerships at ROXIMITY, a location-based mobile platform, where he worked on innovative projects with brands like Mondelez, Starbucks, and the Brooklyn Nets. Across Mondelez brands, Alex led work with Ritz Crackers on a 1,000+ location iBeacon deployment at Walmart, as well as strategy and execution of Trident Gum's first location-based mobile campaign. Additionally, Alex led business development and day-to-day management with clients and partners including Ford, Samsung, TED, MediaVest, and Anheuser-Busch. A Colorado native, Alex currently resides in New York City where he enjoys eating and walking his way through the city.