Cameron Chell from ICOx Innovations and Rory Cutaia from nFusz

Cameron Chell
Founder and Chairman – ICOx Innovations

Cameron Chell has been an advisor on two ICOs. Cameron is also a serial entrepreneur with over 25 years experience in the energy, technology and finance sectors. Cameron is the founder and co-founder of several successful ventures including Business Instincts Group, Draganfly, Raptor Rig, ColdBore, and Urthecast (TSX: UR).
ICOx Innovations is in the business of designing and creating crypto-economies for established companies that can benefit and grow their business through the use of Blockchain technology and Cryptocurrencies.

Rory Cutaia
CEO – nFusz

Rory and his team have re-invented what a customer relationship management (CRM), lead-gen tool should be in today’s video-centric business and social environment. Their proprietary, next generation interactive video technology is the core of their cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products. Their flagship product, notifiCRM, places interactive video front and center in all customer and prospect communications, automating the sales process.
They offer subscription-based CRM, sales lead generation, and social engagement software on mobile and desktop platforms for sales-based organizations, consumer brands, and artists seeking greater levels of engagement and higher conversion rates. Their platform can accommodate any size campaign or sales organization, and is enterprise-class scalable to meet the needs of today’s global organizations.
Rory is also actively involved in many charitable endeavors. He founded the US Chapter of Innocence en Danger, a global organization dedicated to the protection and rehabilitation of children who have been victims of trafficking. He is also a former member of the Board of Trustees of The New York Institute of Technology and a member of the Board of Trustees of the American Shakespeare Center.


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    michael greer 3 years ago

    This company needs to have a YouTube-like app, where any and everyone can create and upload videos, and not just CRM marketing. Maybe some sports packages with cable networks. It needs some type of viral video content to reach a huge audience. But really who know the time frame they can put even a basic infrastructure in place. If they want to make money, they need to do away with subscriptions and CRM, and focus on ad revenue, and they get ad revenue from video content. Maybe then, a #Google approaches them for buyout, or a company like #Amazon sees it can be useful in some way in it’s portfolio. But focusing on CRM has me skeptical. $FUSZ $ICON

    Personally, I’d like to add public schools systems to communicate with students, faculty, staff, and also broadcast high school sporting events. Let everyone in. It will allow each individuals to add subscribers, adding revenue

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