No More Spam!
Tired of spam e-mails? So are the companies that send them.
These companies spend seventy-five billion dollars a year sending content they think consumers want. But most of the time, it comes across as irrelevant, unwanted junk.
RAD AI aims to change things up. It’s an Artificial Intelligence marketing platform that translates marketing gibberish into authentic language. Using RAD, brands can develop meaningful connections with potential customers, while eliminating the need for annoying, spam-like content.
RAD’s clients include Accenture, Conde Nast, and Dignity Health. And its investors include Fidelity Investments and Expert Dojo, the third-most active seed-stage investor behind Techstars and Y Combinator.
The company has reached a two-million-dollar revenue run-rate, and is achieving 310% annual revenue growth.
Bradley has achieved multiple exits throughout his career.
Most recently, he was CEO of Atomic Reach, a technology platform that analyzes content and optimizes its performance for clients. Before that, he was a general manager with Generation5, a marketing and analytics company.
He earned a Bachelor’s degree from York University.
Jeremy is a three-time startup founder who has achieved two successful exits.
Prior to starting RAD AI, he co-founded Trendy Butler, a men’s fashion subscription service. While running the business, he hired more than twenty marketing agencies, and became frustrated with a lack of effective performance. This is what inspired him to start RAD AI.
Earlier in his career, Jeremy was a partner with Eekoh, a company using Artificial Intelligence to fundraise effectively.
Stephen joined RAD AI in November 2021.
Previously, he was Chief Marketing Officer with Dentons, one of the world’s largest law firms. Before that, he was Chief Marketing Officer with LOYAL3, a financial services company.
Earlier in his career, he was Vice President of Marketing & Business Development with Liquid Audio, a technology company affiliated with Microsoft. Before that, he was Director of Global Marketing with Dun & Bradstreet, a data analytics company.
Stephen holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and an MBA from Harvard.
A seed-stage startup accelerator.