Jacob DiMartino embarked on his career path in 1998, joining Phase 2 Solutions, a start-up company based in Scottsdale, Arizona. He started as an inside sales rep and even though he was only 18 years old, quickly advanced to Sales Manager within his first 90 days.Two years later, Jacob was promoted to Director of Project Management and entrusted with the responsibility of handling the company’s largest account. He earned several awards and achievements during his tenure with the company, including "Employee of the Year" and "Salesman of the Year". He was also named "Mentor of the Year," and honor based on employee votes and awarded to the manager who motivated and continually inspired others.
Inspired by his own life-long dream of working in the entertainment industry, Jacob moved to Los Angeles in 2004 and scored work on several popular television series: "Law and Order SVU," "Cold Case," "Alias," "Gilmore Girls." He was also featured in the movie, "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."
Jacob returned to Arizona in 2011 and founded Choice One Solutions, a social media services agency. In only 18 months, he guided the company to $1.2 million in annual sales. Directly on the heels of that accomplishment, he was appointed CEO of PITOOEY!, Inc. and was instrumental in taking the company public. The company has now changed its name to RAADR, Inc.
Jacob is guiding RAADR, Inc.
towards the social media monitoring space.
His mission is to help parent and loved ones
prevent "cyber bullying" and other dangers
children in today’s world face.
Jacob is passionate about protecting children
as they explore the ever-expanding world of social media
and looks forward to making some big moves
in the software space with http://raadr.com
Previously, Scott founded MySocialCloud, a platform for storing usernames and passwords so that internet users would not have to remember all of them on their own! MySocialCloud.com was backed by an amazing group of individuals including Richard Branson of Virgin Group, Jerry Murdock of Insight Venture Partners and Alex Welch of Photobucket.