Korrio

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Korrio
Private
Industry Youth Sports Automation Software
Founded 2009 (2009)
Headquarters Seattle, Washington
Website www.korrio.com

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.[1]

Korrio is led by a team of executives with expertise in technology, sports and business.[2] 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.[3]

Products[edit]

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.[4] Korrio includes registration, payment, team formation, compliance, rostering, communication, scheduling, social networking and web hosting.

Key people[edit]

  • 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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Charles Bermant (February 13, 2011). An online manager for youth sports. The Seattle Times
  2. ^ Diane Scavuzzo (March 3, 2011). Can Technology Help Organize Youth Soccer? Soccernation.com
  3. ^ Brier Dudley (January 26, 2011). Sports startup Korrio surfaces, with $3.3 million. The Seattle Times
  4. ^ Diane Scavuzzo (February 16, 2011). Technology Transforms Youth Player and Team Communications. Soccernation.com

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