We want to revolutionize the college experience by changing the way students, faculty, and alumni connect and collaborate in the virtual world.
A diverse collection of experienced builders, designers, marketers, and problem solvers with a desire to impact higher education.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
Jun Hao Peh
Associate CIO, Dartmouth College
Global CIO & Innovation Las Vegas Sands Corp
Managing Director, PournaderHartz, Inc.
Predictor Technology, Inc.
McKinsey & Company.
Dr. Ajay Nair
Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life at Emory University
University information is fragmented across various learning management systems, media platforms, and internal email lists.
for students, faculty, staff, and alumni of universities
centralize and simplify your academic identity
A student powered, cross-platform, private online community focused on user-generated content, group management, and community engagement.
users, content, and more
across the university
easily add members
and begin sharing
features give leaders
insight and control
for all your Bubbles so
you can stay up to date
easily attach files to
calendar and student
device agnostic design
retains clarity and
quality on any screen
create Bubbles for any
no matter how informal
No complicated pricing tiers.
No feature restrictions.
Subsidized by revenue royalties
Reduces deparmental costs
unlimited admin seats
licensed and controlled
unlimited file storage
student media showcase
market size and competitive advantages
in the usa
(8% OF SAM)
|Vendor and alumni
From an idea created in a dorm room to Emory’s official academic community network, Campus Bubble continues to build momentum as we look to expand.
Found CB in an Emory dorm room and purchased
emorybubble.com, “For students, by students.”
Release Version 1, a platform that
centralizes and showcases student media.
Represent The United States and won
“Solutions Award” $10,000 at The QEC
International Business Plan Competition
Secure exclusive license from Emory’s
Office of Technology Transfer.
Five angels invest $35,000
Release Version 2, a platform that
centralizes student-relevant events and
deals through an aggregation algorithm.
Adoption surges 126% (unique visitors),
concept proven, and New York Times
covers relationship with Emory.
Five additional angel investors
Release Version 3 Beta to test the viability
of a group management application, 250
Beta testers, 4 focus groups held.
Sign 150k contract with Emory’s Division of
Campus Life after securing public
endorsement from all stakeholders.
Move into Bubble House, hire 1 full time engineer, 2
developer interns, and 1 marketing intern.