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Lemonade Stand

Lemonade Stand aims to merge the offline and online information for small business. As a central point for all your business data, your online and offline wo...

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Software
  • Location Chicago, IL, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Website lemstand.com

Company Summary

Lemonade Stand aims to merge the offline and online information for small business. As a central point for all your business data, your online and offline worlds with merge allowing you to leverage new opportunities. Once up and running, sell online, on eBay, from mobile, or participate in online show-rooming with ease. Go from a website with only hours, to buy online / pickup in store, in a matter of clicks!

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    Jeff Pittelkow
    Founder

    Jeff Pittelkow has been in web development since the late 90's when he was a 13 year old working for numerous Chicago based IPO's. With a background in web development, network administration, and design, while also working in small business and enjoying mild success with a few of his own small businesses, Jeff's background is ripe to create Lemonade Stand. Most recently, he has been an e-commerce Product Manager working with platforms such as IB

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    Chris Jones
    Founder

    Chris Jones has a degree in Advertising and an MA in new media. A marketing guru, Chris spends his free time writing for Technori and brushing up on his comedic writing skills at Second City. Running numerous marketing efforts for the likes of University of Chicago, Northwestern, the Steppenwolf, and his own theater company in Chicago, he has enjoyed mild success and excellent reviews for his new media savvy.

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    Matthew Stach
    Founder

    Matthew Stach is nothing short of a rock star web and graphic designer. With an eye for design and an understanding for development, Matthew has been the go-to person for numerous businesses looking to get online. A consummate technologist, Matthew has an eye for the next big thing in technology.