Bill Seibel is a man of entrepreneurial vision, and that vision led him to founding Mobiquity.
Seibel had already shown his leadership abilities with other successful companies. He was CEO of Gumball, a consulting firm specializing in helping CEOs grow their companies rapidly and effectively. In addition, he is executive chairman of LogMatrix. Seibel earlier served as chairman and chief executive officer of Demantra, a leading provider of supply chain and marketing collaboration and analytics that he sold to Oracle in 2006.
Before Demantra, Seibel was chairman and CEO of the eBusiness services company, ZEFER. There, he oversaw the company's organic growth to more than $130 million in revenue in its first 18 months of operations. Prior to establishing ZEFER, Seibel was executive vice president of Cambridge Technology Partners (CTP) and one of its founding partners. At CTP, he helped take the company through a successful IPO, launched its international operations and led nine of the company's 12 business units.
Seibel serves on the boards of a number of technology startups. He also sits on several charitable boards, including the Boston Public Library, the College of Business at Northeastern University, the College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State University, Penn State's College of Engineering and the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon.
He received a bachelor's in industrial engineering from Penn State University and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University. He also completed Harvard University's MISR program.