Mark D. Kingdon

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Mark Kingdon
Other names Mark D. Kingdon
Occupation Angel investor[1]
Known for former CEO of Organic Inc, Linden Lab

Mark Kingdon is an American angel investor.[1]

He has invested in companies such as Twitter,[2] SAY Media, Kidzui, 140 Proof,[3] NiftyThrifty,[4] and Fab.com.[5] Previously, he spent two years as CEO of Linden Lab, having served from May 2008 to June 2010.[6]

Prior to that, Kingdon was CEO of Organic Inc,[7] a digital marketing agency, from 2001-2008. He led the company immediately following its 2000 IPO, through privatization and sale to agency holding company Omnicom.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b AngelList profile: Mark Kingdon, list of investments.
  2. ^ CrunchBase profile: Mark Kingdon, list of investments.
  3. ^ "140 Proof Closes $2.5 Million Series B Funding Round, Press Release"
  4. ^ [1], 2011-04-28, Retrieved on 2011-06-19.
  5. ^ "Fab.com Investors", Retrieved on 2011-06-19.
  6. ^ McCarthy, Caroline. Linden Lab selects Mark Kingdon as new CEO, CNet, 2008-04-22, Retrieved on 2009-07-04.
  7. ^ Names New CEO, Press Release”, 2000-12-13, Retrieved on 2011-06-19.
  8. ^ Organic Inc#History

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