Andrew founded Candy Lab in 2010 with a vision to build an interactive web based firm, focused on creative solutions to enable companies to capitalize on strategic aspects of the Internet. As a creative executive, he pioneered a team to develop an augmented reality hyper location based cross promotional system. With over 5 years experience developing content for online, mobile and emerging platforms, he spearheaded Cachetown atop this emerging technology.
As co- founder of Platester, a product that turned a license plate on a vehicle into a unique identifier for web based applications, Andrew created and produced a revolutionary communications tool, which resulted in numerous intellectual property filings allowing users to communicate with one another using the visible license plate. Platester was successfully acquired by Bump in 2010.
Andrew built his career in the U.S Military, as an infantryman. He served active duty in south east Asia and in the Balkans. He also worked with the Department of Defense as a rapid responder for state and federal emergencies.
Upon leaving active service he studied Economics at the State University of New York at Cortland and Albany. He has obtained numerous certifications for Internet Marketing from the University of San Francisco. Andrew is honored by the U.S Army as a recipient of the Combat Infantry Badge, Expert Infantry Badge, Leader Excellence Award from the Warrior Leader Course and Graduated with Honors from the Military Police Academy.

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