Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Curacity
Mike Keriakos is a digital executive and entrepreneur with a proven track record of leading a startup through an IPO on the NYSE. In 2015 he co-founded and became CEO of Curacity, a marketing technology and data analytics company serving the hospitality industry. Prior to that, Mike cofounded Everyday Health in 2002 and as its President he led their M&A activities to expand its footprint which aided in increased ad revenue from $6 million to $130 million within seven years. He sat on the company’s Board and saw it through its successful IPO on the NYSE in 2014. Currently, Mike is an active Board member for three companies: Curacity; Littlest Lamb, an orphanage in Egypt; and Qui Tequilla, where he is also cofounder of the award-winning extra anejo tequila. Mike is also a founding investor and co-founder of Rebbl.co in partnership with the Not For Sale Campaign, and he is an advisor to the CEO of Quincy Jones’ Playground Sessions. Previously, he was a Board member of Qwiki and advised that company through its $52 million acquisition by Yahoo!