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As CEO and founder of Signpost, Stuart oversees strategy, product development, and sales and marketing. Stuart launched Signpost in 2010 and has since led the company through initial funding from Google Ventures and Spark Capital to the large, growing business Signpost is today. As an expert in all things digital marketing, Stuart's writing has been featured in The Huffington Post, Business Insider, Entrepreneur, Venturebeat and Pando Daily. Prior to Signpost, Stuart worked at Bain & Company, a leading global consulting firm, where he provided strategic advice to Fortune 500 companies and private equity firms. He graduated summa cum laude with honors from Miami University with a degree in Finance and a double minor in French and Entrepreneurship. Stuart received an MBA with distinction from the Harvard Business School.
As Chief Technology Officer, Seth leads software development at Signpost, with a focus on quality and continuous improvement. Seth began his career automating the analysis of genome sequence data at the Broad Institute, then moved on to lead the development team at an investment management firm. He left finance to jump into the frenzied tumult of the NYC tech startup scene in 2008 and was previously VP of Engineering at LocalResponse. Seth studied Aeronautics and Astronautics at MIT.
Chief Operating Officer
As Senior Vice President of Revenue, Chris DePatria is responsible for sales operations and revenue strategy, which includes overseeing and scaling the sales force and account management teams. Chris started his career at Yahoo! Inc, where age 25, he was the youngest director, managing a sales division of 50 reps. Prior to joining Signpost, he worked at Patch, where he scaled the sales force to 8 teams and 80 reps in 3 cities. And before Patch, DePatria was at Yodle, where he was involved with direct sales, sales management, and planning, helping them reach #35 on Inc 500. Chris resides in Hoboken with his wife and dog. He can be found on any given Sunday in section 146 of Metlife stadium watching the New York Giants. Chris is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a double major in Business Management and Marketing and a double minor in Economics and International Business.