Our Team

Howard Page, CEO

Howard  is a creativethinker with the ability to bring dreams to reality.  LocalDipity is Howard’s  third start up – the first, AIB Software, exited with a pubic buyout and the second, Pixorium, is in its 11th year run by Howard’s wife, Jennifer Page.  In addition to starting companies, Howard has made a career in B2B sales for small, medium and Fortune 500 companies.

Andrew Bart, Chief Growth Officer

Andrew is an early and growth stage venture capital investor, advisor, C-Suite executive, and fractional Chief Growth Officer. Andrew’s 15+ year career initiated on the startup team at iCrossing, sold to Hearst Corporation for $325 million. As a tech entrepreneur, Andrew founded, bootstrapped, and successfully exited a supply chain management and lead generation technology platform to a global pet product manufacturer. For well over a decade, he has operated Pop Results, a digital & growth marketing agency. Additionally, he is the founder of Startup Growth Advisors, a personalized accelerator that provides startups with missing elements, business risk mitigation, and serves as a source of vetted elite deal flow to vertical specific Seed Round and Series A capital investment firms.

Barbara Bickham, CTO

Barbara has extensive experience in Technology, Monetization, Digital/Mobile and Entrepreneurship. She brings the ability to bridge the gap between professionals that speak in technology terms with professionals that speak primarily in financial terms. She has over 4 years experience preparing and evaluating companies for private equity or venture capital financing. Founded an investment association connecting Southern California businesses with venture funding.

Aaron Trubic, CMO

Aaron Trubic is a technologist specializing in online growth markets for luxury and lifestyle brands like Ralph Lauren, Luxottica, Ben Sherman, City Winery and Bruno Magli.

Nicholas Socheleau , Director of Development

With over 20 years of increasing responsibility, Nicolas is the driving force behind the platform. He’s worked on the entire server and application side from Android to Apple to Ruby on Rails.