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An online video service where you can choose your favorite TV shows and put them into an easy monthly pass. vi

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Media and Entertainment
  • Location Oakland, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded May 2013
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

This is a la carte TV service with a group twist. Groupflix is where viewers gather around their favorite shows to reach a pre-determined minimum number of commitments that then triggers content release, enabling viewers to build subscriptions with their favorite shows and access them on any device. Show are available within 24 hours of their TV airing.

email with your name in the subject to try our demo (Exp. 8/1/2014)


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    James Norman

    Self taught developer with expertise in HTML5, JS, CSS3, MYSQL PHP and more. Also an expert in content acquisition, having spent the past 4 years on my previous company Ubi, which was sold to a cable provider just weeks ago. Before video, was involved in product planning and brand strategy in the automotive industry. Built concepts for movies like Fast and Furious and OEMS like Honda, Ford and Mazda

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    Joseph Audette
    Dir. of Customer Acqusition

    Proven project manager with 8+ years of professional experience in automotive, technology start-ups and education industries. Recently worked at the fourth employee of NerdWallet, helping lead their user acquisition strategy. Helped NerdWallet reach domain expertise of 70 in google, driving hundreds of thousand of users a month.

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    Rohini Pandhi
    Dir of Product Experience

    Eight years of diversified experience as a consultant and entrepreneur. Areas of expertise include new business innovations, strategy development for emerging ventures, qualitative and quantitative analysis, and technology. Helping to direct in offshore development and leading product experience enhancements with our internal team


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    Greg Terrell