Treemo Labs provides the most robust mobile Apps publishing platform with integrated social media, social networking, location services, gaming and premium content management system (CMS) tools.
Our applications and services are multi-platform: iPhone, iPad, Android, Mobile Web, and Web.
We work with customers that have various publishing needs – from news, to content, video, photos, user generated and more.
Our customers include digital advertising agencies, publishers, media companies, and more
Board of Directors
Brent Brookler, CEO
Brent Brookler is a mobile and Internet technologies innovator and entrepreneur. In 2005 Brookler started Treemo Labs, a real-time publishing and social media platform company that runs mobile applications for CBS; including Survivor, Harper's Island and CBS EyeMobile. Additional applications include InfieldParking.com and many other mobile and web publishing and social media sites. The Treemo Labs platform allows its users, both professional and not, to publish and share photos, video, text and audio that is instantly published and available on mobile phones, social networking sites, RSS and the web. Prior to Treemo Labs, Brookler was co-founder and president of games and entertainment at Mobliss, Inc., where he created a mobile games business that exceeded $6 million in revenue. Mobliss was sold in January 2004 to Index Corporation, one of the largest mobile content providers in the world. While at Mobliss, he was responsible for delivering some of the world’s biggest brands to the small screen, including The New York Times Crossword, American Idol, and Family Feud – the most popular multiplayer game at the time.
Brent has a double major in Economics and International Relations from Lehigh University.
Mr. Brewer is a leading Internet pioneer with an influential voice in the dynamic, growing online advertising industry. He has built several Internet businesses since graduating from UCLA in 1996, the largest of which was Intermix Media which he sold to NewsCorp for $673 million in October 2005. In his latest venture at Adknowledge.com, Mr. Brewer is leading the growth of the behavioral based advertising company which was recognized as a Red Herring Top 200 Company for 2006. He is an angel investor in several technology start-ups and active in a number of community and charitable organizations including Big Brothers of Los Angeles and Bizworld.org, a children’s education organization.
Mike McSherry is an experienced internet and mobile entrepreneurial executive. He was the co-founder of both Amp’d Mobile and Boost Mobile. At Amp’d Mike was the SVP Emerging Technologies and was involved in all strategy, service and platform strategies. At Boost, Mike led the product management and data services team and was a key founder in both the Australian and US launches. Prior to Boost, Mike co-founded and sold ZIVO which was the largest Interactive Agency in Australia/New Zealand and one of the largest in Asia. Mike started his technology career at Microsoft serving in multiple product management roles.
JK&B Capital is a venture capital firm based in Chicago with $1.1 billion under management. JK&B was founded in 1996 with the belief that in addition to capital and financial savvy, successful venture investing requires unique relationships and in-depth industry and technical expertise in order to identify the most attractive investment opportunities and consistently add value to portfolio companies.
JK&B mobile-related portfolio companies include Phone.com (Openwave Systems), Synchrologic (Nokia), Novarra, Bluefire Security, Airplay Networks, SnapTell, Vantrix.
Information about JK&B Capital is available at www.jkbcapital.com