Cellfish Appoints New Chief Financial Officer
Dan Nemo Brings Exemplary Mobile Technology Experience to Mobile Media Publisher
NEW YORK, NY (May 23, 2011) – Fabrice Sergent, CEO & Founder of Cellfish, a leading provider of mobile content and applications, announced today that he has hired Dan Nemo to serve as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer, effectively immediately. Mr. Nemo will be responsible for the company’s overall finance, legal and human resources functions.
Mr. Nemo has over 12 years’ experience in the mobile applications and infrastructure space, working in a variety of finance, corporate development, business development, product management and legal functions. Most notably, he acted as deputy CFO and general counsel at WiderThan, and was responsible for taking it public on NASDAQ and leading a process which culminated in WiderThan’s sale to RealNetworks. At RealNetworks, Mr. Nemo served as VP of Business & Corporate Development, driving strategy, financial modeling and analysis, and execution of numerous acquisitions, partnerships and licensing arrangements. Mr. Nemo started his career practicing law at Thelen, Reid & Priest and Sullivan & Cromwell, negotiating corporate finance and mergers & acquisitions transactions for telecommunications companies. Mr. Nemo holds a BA in History from Stanford University, a JD from George Washington University and an MBA in Finance from Columbia University.
“Throughout his distinguished career, Dan consistently has demonstrated exceptional business acumen in a breadth of financial, operational and management roles,” said Fabrice Sergent, to whom Mr. Nemo will report. “We are confident that his broad background, as well as his expertise in mobile technology, corporate development and acquisitions, will contribute to Cellfish’s continued growth and stability.”
With over 15 million customers, 400 million transactions last year and 50 mobile websites and applications, Cellfish, headquartered in New York, is one of the leading mobile and social content and applications publishers, holding a strong market share in the United States, France and Germany.