Kula enables entirely new and predictable sources of revenue for the causes people and organizations care most about, and I'm excited to be leading the effort.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) May 21, 2013
Kula Causes, the world’s largest platform for charitable giving, recently announced Sean Daken as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Previously serving Kula Causes as Director of Product Management, Daken brings over a decade of experience launching new products and services, leading cross-functional teams, and driving complex initiatives to success.
“Kula helps people create change in the world, one donation at a time,” commented Daken. “We’ve developed the world’s largest platform for charitable giving and the easiest and most compelling donation experiences. This helps companies meaningfully engage with their customers, resulting in increased retention, acquisition, and enduring brand loyalty. Kula enables entirely new and predictable sources of revenue for the causes people and organizations care most about, and I’m excited to be leading the effort.”
Prior to joining Kula Causes, Daken held a variety of roles at companies including Sun Microsystems, Deloitte Consulting, and Intuit. Daken serves on the Board of Directors for Kula Causes and remains an advisor to several non-profits and startups. Daken holds a B.S. in Management with concentrations in Information Systems and Computer Science from Boston College and a M.S. in Strategic Foresight from the University of Houston.
About Kula Causes:
Founded in 2010 and based in Boulder, Colorado, Kula Causes is the world’s largest platform for charitable giving. Kula’s innovative business-to-business SaaS application enables companies to measure, engage, and reward their customers by enabling them to support their favorite causes. This puts the power of choice in the hands of customers and creates rich customer engagement and meaningful brand loyalty. With over 2 million charities in over 50 countries to choose from, Kula reaches virtually every customer giving affinity—from local schools and places of worship to international development and aid organizations. For more information, please visit http://www.kulacauses.com.