Rey Flemings

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Rey Flemings (born July 27, 1973) is an American internet entrepreneur and media executive. He is the Founder and CEO of [1] Stipple, an image technology company. [2]


Prior to founding Stipple, Flemings served as co-founder and CEO of Tennman Digital, an early stage technology investment fund and incubator based in San Francisco, CA. Tennman Digital is the technology investment arm of the Justin Timberlake family. Flemings also served as Chief Operating Officer of Tennman Records, a joint venture between Justin Timberlake and Interscope. Flemings was formerly the Commissioner of Music for Memphis and Shelby County. Flemings was also President of the Memphis Music Foundation which coordinates activities with the Memphis and Shelby County Music Commission to re-develop Memphis's recording music industry and entertainment revitalization efforts.


During his tenure as head of Memphis' music industry economic development agencies, Flemings' responsibilities included music business and television program recruitment, music-related marketing of Memphis and advocacy of Memphis' contemporary music scene.

In October 2005, the Memphis Music Foundation provided assistance with the re-location of the 2005 Voodoo Music Experience to Memphis in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

In addition to his home town of Memphis, Flemings has also lived in San Francisco, California and Austin, Texas where he worked at United Devices.

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