Fuse Universal Announces Robert Wrubel to the Board of Directors
Fuse Universal announces the appointment of Robert Wrubel, Founding CEO of Ask Jeeves, to Board of Directors.
“Rob’s impressive experience across a number of important businesses adds an invaluable perspective to our Board,” said Steve Dineen, CEO of Fuse Universal. “We appreciate his willingness to serve as a director.”
“Rob's years of Silicon Valley tech experience and connections have already benefited us hugely in the first few months of working together, as his access to top talent, along with tech guidance and sales and marketing strategy is just phenomenal." As we continue our plans for 100% year on year growth, having someone like Rob on the team that has run the journey a number of times means we can make better strategic choices as well as guide us on our entry into the US. It's amazing to have Rob's support and guidance on this next big step in Fuse Universal's journey.”
Robert Wrubel’s impressive experience includes having served as the Chief Innovation Officer, Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Product Development Officer of Apollo Education Group, Inc., Chief Executive Officer of Aptimus, Inc. and Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Yoga Works, Founding Chief Executive Officer of Ask Jeeves Inc., Chief Operating Officer of Knowledge Adventure, and Entrepreneur in resident at Highland Capita. Robert has been a board member and advisor to multiple companies and organizations including Generation Tux, Common Sense Media, Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation, Ask Jeeves, Yoga Works, Aptimus, eSubscriber and Pixsys. Robert Wrubel holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Yale University.
“Fuse Universal has an opportunity to transform the experience around corporate learning and communication in a way that will create significant new value for enterprises and their employees" says Robert Wrubel, “I look forward to helping Steve and the team leverage their tremendous platform and capabilities into a world leading innovator in education worldwide.”