Meet the Pagevamp Team
As CEO of Pagevamp, Vincent keeps Pagevamp to its mission of improving the lives of small business owners everywhere. Whether it’s introducing major new features, building on existing ones, or strategizing how to expand Pagevamp’s global reach, Vincent is always thinking about how to maximize the positive impact for our customers.
Prior to founding Pagevamp with Atulya, Vincent worked at Google on their Adwords project and at the Economist on their product development team. He also has experience working every restaurant job possible, from dishwasher to manager, at his family’s Spanish restaurant in Tuscon, Arizona. He acutely understands the pains of small business owners and uses his well-rounded background to make Pagevamp the best product for small businesses.
Vincent works at Pagevamp’s headquarters in New York, NY. As New York is such a culturally rich place, one of his favorite weekend activities is to pick a direction and walk along that axis without a particular destination in mind. During the walk, he’ll drop by the cool spots and delicious eateries that are sure to be found along the way.
As Pagevamp’s COO, Atulya keeps communication flowing through Pagevamp. He travels all around Asia to meet with partners and cultivate Pagevamp’s partner program, but as he moves from place to place, he also works with Vincent on product direction and keeps tabs on Pagevamp’s team. Above all, however, Atulya loves doing product support. Although he no longer spends all night chatting with customers, you can still catch him on our support channel if you’re lucky.
Before founding Pagevamp with Vincent, Atulya collaborated with several other entrepreneurs to start a production business in India, and he directed branding and marketing for a bubble tea venture in Nepal. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Economics, and during his time there, he was the Marketing & Publicity Manager at the university’s premier Latin dance troupe.
Atulya often frequents Nepal, Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong, with the occasional stop at Pagevamp’s headquarters in New York. Though he’s always on the road, he enjoys seeking out spicy food in whatever city he’s in.
Sujan is the head of Pagevamp’s tech team, and it’s thanks to his ongoing effort that Pagevamp is the product that it is today. He communicates regularly with Pagevamp’s other teams to discuss new product features, and once an idea is conveyed, he determines the best possible solutions to implement the changes. As a veteran member of Pagevamp, Sujan leads the tech team forward, bringing on new members when necessary, and evaluates their progress. Under his guidance, the tech team is able to regularly roll out major improvements to Pagevamp.
Before joining Pagevamp, Sujan was a team leader at Software AndMine Nepal, a subsidiary of AndMine Australia, where he juggled many responsibilities including team management, work distribution, strategy, reporting, and programming. His experience there has helped him be an effective leader at Pagevamp.
Sujan works in Pagevamp’s Nepal office in Kathmandu. When he’s out of the office, he likes to brush up on new technology, read books, play games, and spend time with his wife and family.
Jae is Pagevamp’s wise old soul, continually providing insight on how to grow and improve Pagevamp. With his extensive experience in the tech industry, he teaches the Pagevamp team to be aware of current trends in the market and offers advice on ways to make Pagevamp an even more unique and outstanding service.
Jae’s IT history includes running Asian operations for Computer Associates, Alcatel-Lucent, and Nuance Communications. Prior to entering the tech industry, he worked as a public accountant at Ernst & Young. With his considerable network built up from years in tech, Jae helps introduce new partners and investors to Pagevamp.
Jae contributes to Pagevamp via monthly strategy meetings and the occasional visit to the Pagevamp headquarters. When he’s not working, he likes to go golfing, spend time with his family, and sunbathe in the backyard of his home in Calabasas, California.
Tom serves as Senior Advisor focused on growing Pagevamp distribution by partnering with with large global brands in small stores worldwide.
Tom is a marketing and go-to-market professional, having led the go-to-market approach for the worldwide Coca-Cola System. At Coca-Cola, Tom built the strategies and inspired the System to expand the number of selling locations worldwide, grow cold drink equipment space, connect better with customers of all sizes, and build and execute strategies and activities to drive sales in 24 million outlets worldwide.
Tom has also led large brands including Colgate Toothpaste, Irish Spring Soap, Softsoap Liquid Soap, while starting his career working on Heinz brands. Tom also co-founded and sold an internet e-commerce company TradeOut.com.
Tom retired from Coca-Cola in 2015 to focus on incubating new consumer technology ideas, running marathons, advising the leading progressive advocacy organization in Georgia and spending time with his family.
Thomas is Pagevamp’s network builder, in charge of scoping out and adding new members to Pagevamp’s partner program in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. He onboards new partners and manages existing ones, making sure that they’ve got everything they need to localize Pagevamp. In addition, he’s always looking around and taking note of ways that Pagevamp can better suit the needs of local markets in his region.
Graduating from the University of Amsterdam with a degree in Business & Economics, Thomas started his career in the automotive industry at Mercedes-Benz and Fiat, but his interest soon shifted to small businesses. He began collaborating with other entrepreneurs and even co-founded a startup in India. With his passion for small businesses and entrepreneurship, Thomas fits right in at Pagevamp.
Thomas was born in Italy, and he’s lived and traveled all over the world. He’s currently stationed in Amsterdam, and you can find him sipping a fresh beer at Brouwerij ‘t IJ, Amsterdam’s famous “windmill brewery,” at least once a week.
Jason manages relationships with Pagevamp’s existing partners, communicating regularly with them to make sure they’re getting all the resources they need to localize Pagevamp. He’s also the main point of contact for the majority of Pagevamp’s users, overseeing all outgoing communication, including email newsletters, in-app messages, and support docs. Within Pagevamp, he keeps everyone on track by analyzing workflow and setting company-wide initiatives to improve effectiveness and efficiency. As testament to his own efficiency, he gets everything done and still has the time to write the script for Pagevamp’s startup comic, Bootstrapped.
Prior to joining Pagevamp, Jason studied Cognitive Science at the University of Pennsylvania, where he learned all about decision making and how to make informed, rational decisions. He also ran an event planning organization that organized the largest college festival on the East Coast. Putting that experience to good use, he keeps everything moving forward at Pagevamp.
Jason works at Pagevamp’s headquarters in New York. His favorite places in the area include Ippudo, Prospect Park, and Brooklyn Boulders.
Jacqueline deals primarily with outgoing information about Pagevamp, making sure that all content is structured in an easy-to-understand way. Her work can mostly be seen within Pagevamp’s product support center and partner resources area, where she writes and designs materials for both customers and partners to help them better understand Pagevamp’s wide range of features.
Jacqueline comes to Pagevamp with a degree in Visual Studies from the University of Pennsylvania, and she enjoys putting her creative side to use to spice things up at Pagevamp. As a fun side project, she collaborates with teammates Jason and Vincent to produce Bootstrapped, Pagevamp’s weekly webcomic about startup culture. She helps generate comic ideas, illustrates the final comics, and maintains the Bootstrapped website.
Jacqueline works on Pagevamp from various cafes in sunny Los Angeles. Her recommended spots in LA include King Taco, Daikokuya Ramen, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Pradip specializes in web design, and he can be thanked for our assortment of beautiful Pagevamp theme designs. On top of all-around good taste, he has a solid understanding of typography and SEO, and he crafts each design with careful attention to detail. Pradip always strives to put out high-quality work with as fast a turnaround as possible, which means an increasing number of options for customers’ websites.
Before joining Pagevamp, Pradip led his team at AndMine, where he worked on web design and development. He has a well-rounded knowledge of design software and development tech, from all parts of Creative Suite to CSS framework like Bootstrap. All of that know-how gets put to good use as he puts out the stunning themes that our customers love.
Pradip works in Pagevamp’s Nepal office in Kathmandu. When he’s not working, he’s taking photos or listening to music—an all-around creative soul.
As a core member of Pagevamp’s tech team, Sachin works primarily on developing new features for Pagevamp. Whenever new features are planned for release, Sachin puts in the hours to turn plans into real, usable tools on Pagevamp. He also works tirelessly to iron out any bugs that might pop up to ensure that our users have as smooth an experience with Pagevamp as possible.
Prior to Pagevamp, Sachin kicked off his career at AndMine Nepal, where he sharpened his skills considerably and rose through the ranks. With his dedication to getting things done, he plays an integral part in making Pagevamp a versatile and ever-improving product.
Sachin works in Pagevamp’s Nepal office in Kathmandu, but he’s content anywhere as long as he’s got his laptop in front of him. In his spare time, he likes to read books and play around with new technology.
As our Quality Assurance Specialist, Kusum makes sure that everything on Pagevamp is working optimally. Anytime anyone reports a bug on Pagevamp, Kusum figures out the scope of the problem, allowing us to remedy the situation as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Even if there aren’t any apparent issues, she’s constantly testing different aspects of our system to make sure that everything works without any hitches, particularly after updates and new feature releases.
Kusum comes to Pagevamp with a degree in Computer Engineering from Tribhuvan University, and she thoroughly enjoys bug testing. In quite the ideal setup, she partakes in one of her favorite activities while vastly improving the Pagevamp experience for our customers.
Kusum works in Pagevamp’s Nepal office in Kathmandu. Some of her recommended spots in Kathmandu include Thamel, Nagarkot, and Durbar Marg, but she also just loves to explore new places and experience new things.
Narendra leads tech infrastructure development, constantly working on making Pagevamp faster and better for our users and partners. Whenever new business and marketing requests come in, he swiftly hammers out the code to make sure those needs are met. If you’ve ever asked for new features, it’s likely that Narendra has had a hand in making those reality. Narendra plays a crucial role at Pagevamp in finding the best technology with the most impact, and he’s happiest when we receive positive feedback from our small business users.
Narendra comes to Pagevamp with a vast knowledge of the latest trends in the tech world. He also has a strong background in leading tech teams - his previous stint was at the Innovia Group, a US-based technology company whose presence in Nepal he helped foster.
When Narendra is not in Pagevamp’s Nepal office (or coding at home, trying to learn about new tools), he likes to spend time outdoors and in the mountains. His favorite hangout spots are Kalinchok, Annapurna Base Camp and Pokhara. In the rest of his spare time, he loves volunteering, helping young engineers in Nepal become better developers.
As Sales Leads Generation Specialist, Pranay helps Pagevamp expand its community of users. Pranay searches for people with whom Pagevamp can form a mutually beneficial relationship and reaches out to them to initiate conversation. He also makes sure that Pagevamp always has the latest, most updated information on its contacts. In addition, once new customers are on board with Pagevamp, he helps transition them seamlessly into the Pagevamp community.
With a degree in Business Administration from Kathmandu University School of Management, Pranay is a well-rounded member of Pagevamp’s team. He enjoys number crunching tasks and teaches math and accounting to students in his free time, but he also loves to draw and paint. One of his dreams for the future is creating his own Japanese-style comics.
Pranay works in Pagevamp’s Nepal office in Kathmandu. As a nature lover, he likes to spend time in the hills and forests of Swayambhu Temple.
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