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|Industry||Youth Sports Automation Software|
Korrio is a Youth Sports Automation platform. Founded in January 2009 by Steve Goldman after being involved in multiple youth sports through his children, Korrio is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
Korrio is led by a team of executives with expertise in technology, sports and business. The company has received $3.3 million in venture capital funding led by John Connors at Ignition Partners, as well as Martin Coles, former Starbucks chief operating officer and Reebok and Nike executive, and Sam Schmidt, a former Indy driver and owner of Sam Schmidt Motorsports.
Korrio’s platform is an online management tool offering administrators, coaches, players and families a solution for managing all aspects of club and team operations from one place. Korrio includes registration, payment, team formation, compliance, rostering, communication, scheduling, social networking and web hosting.
- Steve Goldman, CEO & Founder
- Brad Hefta-Gaub, CTO
- Steve Banfield, CPO
- Tim Bauman, VP of Sales
- Kristina O'Connell, VP of Marketing
- Danny Jackson (footballer), Director of Business Development
- John Connors, Board of Directors
- Martin Coles, Strategic Advisor
- Damon Huard, Strategic Advisor
- Blair Rasmussen, Strategic Advisor
- Charles Bermant (February 13, 2011). An online manager for youth sports. The Seattle Times
- Diane Scavuzzo (March 3, 2011). Can Technology Help Organize Youth Soccer? Soccernation.com
- Brier Dudley (January 26, 2011). Sports startup Korrio surfaces, with $3.3 million. The Seattle Times
- Diane Scavuzzo (February 16, 2011). Technology Transforms Youth Player and Team Communications. Soccernation.com