Oliver Muoto

Entrepreneur, Organization founder

1969 –


Who is Oliver Muoto?

Oliver Muoto is a Polish-born entrepreneur responsible for co-founding several early stage companies including vFlyer, Epicentric and RandomNoise. Muoto served a number of startup advisory boards including those of eGroups, ActiveTelco, Become.com and MerchantCircle.

Born to a Nigerian father and Polish mother, he moved to Los Angeles, CA in 1988 to enroll at the University of Southern California. He received his bachelor's degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering and minor in Marketing from University of Southern California in 1993 where he was involved in at least two on-campus startups. He moved to Silicon Valley in 1993 to join Coactive Computing.

In 1998, he began working on a project called PalmPoint. The project eventually led to the founding of Epicentric. Innovacom Ventures, JP Morgan, CRC, ScotiaBank, Bessemer, Autodesk, New Vista Capital, Motorola and others before it was acquired by Vignette in 2002.

In 2002, Muoto co-founded vFlyer a provider of marketing solutions aimed at helping online sellers and sales professionals syndicate and distribute their product and service listings more effectively on the web.

He also helped launch PayDemocracy.

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Jun 29, 1969
  • University of Southern California
  • Vice President, Products, Social Project, Inc.

on July 23, 2013


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