Our guest for the January 6th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Doug Kramp, CEO CataBoom
Doug Kramp, CEO CataBoom
Doug Kramp is CEO of CataBoom, the industry’s leading gamification and engagement platform headquartered in Richardson. Well-known brands such as Southwest Airlines, TGI Fridays and Pizza Hut have all leveraged CataBoom’s platform to gamify their marketing campaigns and engage their customers.
Joining CataBoom as CEO in June 2021, Doug’s strategic leadership has helped solidify the company’s position as the industry’s leading gamification and engagement platform.
Dedicated to growing lasting partnerships with small and mid-sized companies to Fortune 500 companies while communicating CataBoom’s vision, Doug brings over 35+ years of expert sales and marketing experience to the company. An industry pioneer with past C suite roles at Fossil, ZixMail, and PageMart Wireless, Doug is also the managing partner of the Dallas-based private equity firm ReignRock.
A magna cum laude graduate of Duke University, he is also a top-rated lecturer, co-author of the bestselling book Living with the End in Mind, and a top-20 all-time favorite guest of Oprah Winfrey.
Our guest for the December 16th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Caroline Frith, Chief Strategy Office, cove
Caroline Frith, Chief Strategy Office, cove
Caroline Frith has an impressive 20-year background in Commercial Real Estate, investment banking and data analytics technology. As Chief Strategy Officer for cove, Caroline will help to shape the next era of the commercial real estate industry through its innovative Proptech solutions, a technology solution that integrates the tenant experience and building operating systems for commercial real estate
cove’s mission is to build software and enable experiences that transform the way people engage with their physical environment. Since opening the doors of their first neighborhood co-working space in 2013, cove’s vision has always been to create great spaces, provide great service, and use technology to make everything easier.
Caroline previously served as the Global Program Manager for London-based HSBC, a financial services organization covering 63 countries and territories, held management positions with Thomson Reuters, where Caroline was a key member of the technology team building Reuters flagship market data and research product and at IBM, where she led multiple high-visibility, high-risk projects for IBM’s largest Australian client.