Hi, we’re Spreecast!
We may come from different walks of life, but we’re united in one focus: building the next video conversation platform for web and mobile. You can get to know our founders, and check out the whole team below.
Co-Founder and CEO
Jeff is a co-founder and CEO of Spreecast, the social video platform that connects people through video conversation. He is also a co-founder of StubHub, where he served as CEO from inception until its acquisition by eBay in 2007. Jeff sits on the board of or is an advisor to several consumer-oriented internet and mobile companies. He has been the recipient of several awards including the Joseph Wharton Award for Young Leadership, San Francisco Business Times’ Forty Under 40 list, Sports Business Journal’s prestigious Forty Under 40 list and Entrepreneur Magazine’s 24 Best and Brightest young entrepreneurs in America. Earlier in his career, Jeff worked at The Blackstone Group and Thomas Weisel Partners. He earned a dual degree in Engineering and Finance from the University of Pennsylvania and attended Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.
Co-Founder and CTO
Robert founded a financial website called FormDs.com and wrote code as a private consultant. Robert also launched an investing career in private equity with Mekong Capital in Vietnam, and worked as a public markets investor with Starpoint Capital in San Francisco. He has consulting experience with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and RB Webber & Co. Robert earned his Bachelor’s in Political Science from Yale University and MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.
Colin M. Evans
Vice President of Content and Business Development
Before joining Spreecast, Colin founded Sandwith Ventures, LLC, an investment firm focused on early-stage investments in the consumer internet and adtech sectors. He was the first employee and VP of Sales and Business Development at StubHub.com, a successful online ticket exchange which sold to eBay in early 2007. Prior to StubHub, he worked as an Associate at TA Associates, a venture capital firm in Boston, as well as BT Capital Partners, the private equity group at Bankers Trust in New York. Colin received a dual degree with Honors from the University of Pennsylvania in Bioengineering and Economics.