Sonntag, 31. März 2013


Crowdtilt about:

We all love doing things as a group. Like with a lot of experiences, it's not what you do – it's the people you do it with that matters more.

At Crowdtilt, we're trying to make it easier for groups to do things together. Whether it's a party-bus to the next Phish show or pooling money for a cause you know your close friends are passionate about – we just want to make that process of grouping those funds as easy as possible.

Speaking of who you do things with ;)... Meet us: 

James Beshara Co-Founder 


Crowdtilt is James' second group-funding model. Previously he built, a site developed for poverty alleviation organizations to group-fund objectives in developing countries. He studied development economics in undergrad and hopes that Crowdtilt will eventually be used by people to change the world – but for now, he'll take what he can get, so late-night parties and tailgates are ok too. *Trivia: James once made a five-minute standup comedy cd in college that has been lost forever. 

Khaled Hussein Co-Founder


Khaled saw a computer for the first time in his final year of high school in Alexandria, Egypt. Saying he was “hooked from then on” would be an understatement. He studied Computer Science and Human Computer Interaction at Virginia Tech, and after beginning his PhD program, he left to join a startup that was eventually acquired by Rackspace. After a few years helping lead Corporate Strategy there, he pined for the startup life once more and joined James in helping groups do more offline. *Trivia: Khaled wants to compete in a hack-a-thon where the grand prize is a genuine Samurai sword.