Kevin Bertram is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Distributive Networks, a leading mobile content and technology company. Distributive Networks is proud to serve as World Cup Benefactor of the United for D.C.’s Kicks for Kids program, allowing 4500 children to have the D.C. United “game-day” experience.
Kevin Bertram was director of mobile technology in the campaign of Barak Obama “TXT we can”. He says that text messages are very efficient among the youth to encourage their participation in the vote. Combining the use of internet and mobile phones, will be the main tool for future elections, “because the best way to model a political campaign is to see the conditions to move around the world and in technology.”
Prior to founding Distributive Networks CEO, Kevin Bertram had a successful business in electronic commerce, “Opera Telecom” in America. He has also served as Director of New Media “Information Technology Association of America” and editor of “Gen-X webzine.
Since founding the company in 2004, Kevin Bertram has led Distributive Networks to 13 consecutive quarters of growth and profitability, recognition as on Deloitte’s list of “Rising Stars” on its 2007 Technology Fast 500 report, and selection as one of Washingtonian Magazine’s 2007 “Great Places to Work.” Prior to founding Distributive Networks, Kevin served as the CEO of a successful e-commerce company, as the Director of New Media with the Information Technology Association of America, and as the Senior Editor and Publisher of a Gen-X webzine.
In 2008, Kevin Bertram was elected to the “Board of Directors for United for DC and is currently an active member of the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), a global organization focused on the growth of mobile marketing and MindShare program for elite DC-area CEO.
Kevin Bertram is an active member of the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), a global organization focused on the growth of mobile marketing and its related technologies, and the elite MindShare program for D.C.-area CEOs.
Kevin Bertram is a regular speaker about mobile technology at events including DC AdWeek, Potomac Tech Wire’s Mobile Outlook 2008, the National Sports Forum, and the Maryland Institute for Technology and the Humanities. Kevin remains a proud University of Arizona Wildcat, and is an avid supporter of D.C. United.