Spotlight on Brent Brookler and

Brent Brookler, CEO/Founder of Flowboard is the quintessential entrepreneur in all things mobile. Product-driven and technology focused, Brent is passionate about startup culture and has been in the mobile space for over a decade. In 2000, he started Mobliss, a mobile game developer that powered the American Idol text voting program, and built early mobile games of Family Feud, NY Times Crossword and many others. Mobliss was sold to Index Corporation, a Japanese mobile content company, in 2004. 

In 2005, Brent Brookler started Treemo Labs, which builds social media communities by empowering individuals and organizations to creatively express themselves through multimedia. Treemo Labs technology is used in everything from small personal blogs to large media brands as a simple way to create, store and distribute fun and exciting content. Brookler and his team developed and managed 60 Minutes, CBS News, CNET and several other prominent brands apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

Brent Brookler’s latest brainchild is Flowboard, an app for next-generation presentation and storytelling.  In his own words, Brookler describes Flowboard as a tool that is “saving people from death by PowerPoint.”  Flowboard is a visually stunning platform for publishing that grabs interactive media links, websites, blogs, photos, videos, anything needed to create presentations with compelling imagery and messaging.  Flowboard is the ultimate app experience especially when being used it from an iPad. There is a free version and a premium version for $5 a month.  Check it out for creating the next presentation.  Flowboard is where the beauty and power of visual story telling speaks for itself (

Brent Brookler’s entrepreneurial mindset itself is a thing of wonder. Brookler says he looks at all systems to see how they can be changed, improvised or updated, to find opportunities and ways to do things better and more efficiently. He poses the question: How will you make things quicker, easier and better than they’ve been done before? “You have to take risks to create and to stay out in front of the market,” he said. Combing creative risk-taking with hard work and dedication can move mountains.


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