Dan Latendre | CEOOur resident movie buff, he has a soft spot for the 1988 classic starring Bette Midler, Beaches. If that isn't enough to convince you of his high-level management skills, he also has played key roles in the success of Canadian tech pioneers such as MKS, Delrina, and OpenText. While there, he launched products like the first wireless internet access package, first commercial search engine for the web, and the first web-based intranet application. In 2004, he became the CIO of the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). There, he developed a technology that would later become the basis of Igloo. When your first client is the United Nations, you better believe things are gonna be serious.
Andrew Dixon | SVP, Sales & MarketingWhen Andrew isn't being mistaken for Kevin Bacon (come on, we know you thought about it), he is in charge of the company's go-to-market strategy and operations. Before he came on board, he worked for 18 years at Microsoft, you might have heard of them, they're pretty huge. He oversaw countless product launches for them, as well as managed their PR and marketing on a national level. He's instrumental in the success of Igloo, and he's committed to make us even bigger than his previous employer.
Mark Stevenson | VP, FinanceDuring his free time, Mark cycles long distances, does duathlons, and makes us question exactly how in shape we think we are. However, we're really happy to have him around, as he manages the money for Igloo. He is a chartered accountant, and has worked in the Canadian and U.S. markets, both for large companies and early-stage technology start-ups. We're kind of a mix of both of those right now, so he's a perfect fit.
Joe Capka | VP, TechnologyJoe met his wife while rollerblading around Amsterdam, yeah, you read that right. On top of having one of the cutest beginning of romance stories, he's been working with web technology for two decades. He owned his own successful consulting practice, worked for cutting-edge design agencies and for global multinationals, he's done it all. He is our technological whiz kid, our own Internet wunderkind.