Adam Slutsky joined Mimeo.com as its Chief Executive Officer with nearly 20 years of experience creating market leaders by leveraging disruptive technologies.
Adam co-founded Moviefone and served as its Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Director from its inception.
At Moviefone, Adam was responsible for numerous industry "firsts." These included the first national interactive telephone service (777-FILM), the first advertising-supported national network of local phone numbers, the first fully automated remote ticketing system and the first event ticket sales service using the Internet (moviefone.com).
Adam led Moviefone through its IPO in 1994 and its continued growth as a public company. In 1999, AOL acquired Moviefone for $550M. At AOL, Adam served as Senior Vice President of Advanced Services, where he led AOL's efforts to identify and introduce new premium services, including AOL Call Alert and AOL Voicemail.
Adam holds an MBA from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University.