David Henzel

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David Henzel
David Henzel Picture.jpg
Born Germany
Nationality German
Occupation Entrepreneur, writer
Known for Co-founding MaxCDN
Website www.davidhenzel.com

David Henzel is a German entrepreneur and writer. He is the co-founder of MaxCDN, a Los Angeles based content delivery network.[1][2][3]

Personal life[edit]

David Henzel was born in Germany and moved to the United States in 2009.

Career[edit]

Before he co-founded a content delivery network, Henzel started a variety of other businesses, including technology startups, e-commerce and a small store chain.[4]

In 2002, he founded RMS, an information technology and services company. In 2009, he co-founded MaxCDN, a content delivery network (CDN) provider, based in Los Angeles with Christopher Ueland.[5]

In 2013, MaxCDN was listed as the fifth largest CDN by Datanyze.com.[6]

Henzel writes blogs for Huffington Post, FastCompany, and Inc., as well as for his own blog covering content delivery networks and entrepreneurship.[7][8]

In 2017, he started an online course named Managing Happiness on how to eliminate stress and struggles in daily life.[9][10]

In 2018, he acquired TaskDrive that provides lead research for companies. [11]

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