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Herd! is a unique new mobile social app that enables groups of people to get together to go and do things.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Mobile
  • Location San Francisco, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2011
  • Employees 2
  • Website

Company Summary

Wobblesoft LLC is a software company headquartered in San Francisco focused on mobile application development. The company is currently a California Limited Liability Company between industry veterans Bryan Hughes, Marcus Colombano, and Doug Klein, with the intention of incorporating as a Delaware C Corporation when necessary.


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    Bryan Hughes

    Mr. Hughes has over 23 years of experience in technology, most recently as a director-level Architect at Oracle. He is a veteran of several venture-funded startups including Bridgestream (acquired by Oracle), Friendster, Spoke Software, Shutterfly (IPO), and Healtheon/WebMD (IPO). As VP and Systems Architect at Wells Fargo Bank in 1997, he led the replacement of microfiche with one of the first multi-terabyte data warehouses.

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    Marcus Colombano

    Marcus V Colombano has over 20 years of marketing experience developing brand strategy, building influencer communities and leading product innovation for businesses in Education, Technology, Entertainment and Design, while leveraging brands into experiential programs designed to drive sales and awareness. He also has 10 direct years working with mobile computing products, helping launch Handspring’s Treo.

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    Doug Klein

    Doug Klein is currently VP of Technical Planning and Integration at Barnes & Noble, is a serial entrepreneur with over 25 years of startup experience. He has been the founder and part of executive management of 5 Silicon Valley startups, delivering products as diverse as network terminals (Network Computing Devices), electronic books (NuvoMedia, Barnes & Noble), network security systems (Vernier Networks), and mobile consumer apps (LightPole, Inc