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Skrebel

Skrebel is a cross-device platform for webcomics, aimed at comic strip creators and consumers. Skrebel is the end-to-end solution.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location New York City, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded October 2012
  • Employees 3
  • Website skrebel.com

Company Summary

Skrebel is a cross-device platform for webcomics, aimed at comic strip creators and consumers. Skrebel is the end-to-end solution for creating, uploading, reading, and sharing comic strips on the web and mobile web. Artists get better access to monetization and traffic with a lower barrier to entry, while readers get better content discovery and organization as well as a positive and consistent user experience.

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    Sean Quigley
    Founder, CEO

    Sean managed consumer marketing for the recently IAC-acquired Tutor.com. In recent years Sean has acted as VP of Digital Media for a NY-based Omnicom ad agency. He has an MBA from NYU Stern - Management, Marketing. Sean has always been a prolific visual artist, and throughout high school he created a number of popular comic strips - some of which appeared regularly in the school newspaper, and others that drew enthusiastic pass along readership.

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    Mike Auteri
    Founder, CTO - Development

    Mike is a veteran of the NY startup scene, developing software for early stage companies such as Kick Aps & Social Flow. As a Sr. Web Dev, he has most recently managed 70 websites at a major media company while developing internal tools such as those used for content management. Mike has always had a love for comics, from the Sunday funnies, to comic books, to especially Webcomics which he reads daily and monetarily supports with donations.

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    Mike Friedman
    CTO - Architecture

    Mike is an accomplished software engineer who has developed scaleable backend infrastructure for some of New York's most prominent internet companies such as Social Flow and About.com. His most recent role was a senior development position at 10gen, the prominent open-source NoSQL database company behind MongoDB. Mike reads all forms of internet humor and believes laughter is necessary for a fulfilling life.