Brainsy, Inc. today announced the addition of Maan “Mark” Hamdan to its All-Star Advisory Board. Brainsy enables people to monetize their social media presence and offer advice and insights via paid phone calls.
“Brainsy is honored to have Mark Hamdan join the ranks of our advisory board,” stated Brian Christie, CEO of Brainsy, Inc. “Mark is a successful tech entrepreneur who built a software company with thousands of enterprise clients and millions of users from scratch -- before selling his business earlier this year. He offers hands-on advice having created profitable businesses and built effective management teams and will bring a valuable perspective to our company.”
Social media platforms continue to grow rapidly with leading platforms boasting massive followings. Facebook has 1.2 billion users, LinkedIn has 380+ million members, Twitter has 304 million users and Instagram has about 300 million users.
“I’m excited to be advising a company on the cutting edge of the new talent economy. Brainsy’s Expert Calling Network (ECN) technology helps organizations or individuals monetize their investment in their digital profiles or communities,” stated Mark Hamdan, “And since an ECN account is transactional, it is also enabling the ‘uberization’ of talent -- wherever it may reside.”
ECNs are by invitation only - so expert participants require authorization by an ECN Network Sponsor. However, Brainsy offers an Open ECN for anyone wishing to open an ECN “Lite” Account and affix an ECN Badge or Widget to an existing social media profile. Registration can be found here: http://bit.ly/GetECNBadge
About Maan (Mark) Hamdan:
Maan (Mark) Hamdan is an established corporate executive and serial entrepreneur having founded or co-founded numerous companies including Calligraphix (1991), a calligraphy art producer; Directel (1996), a multi-national paging company that employed over 500 professionals in Brazil and Argentina; Careernet (1994), a public career board; CNI (1995) an executive recruiting firm; HRSmart (1999), a SaaS Talent Management Company (acquired by Deltek in 2015); and TechGenies LLC (2015), a global software development company. Maan received his BEEE in computer systems engineering from the American University in Beirut and an M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin. He sits on the board of various companies and is a philanthropist, having established a global education foundation for the benefit of disadvantaged kids.