Joe Meyer is CEO of HopStop (www.hopstop.com
), a popular location-based service. HopStop provides multi-modal navigation in 68 metropolitan markets across multiple platforms including web, wap, app and sms; and is the 2nd largest provider of multi-modal pedestrian navigation behind Google Maps. Prior to HopStop, Mr. Meyer was a VP for Quigo Technologies, a leading contextual ad network acquired by AOL, where he was responsible for securing partnerships with major digital media companies. Before Quigo, Mr. Meyer was an EIR for Onset Ventures, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm. Earlier in his career, Mr. Meyer was a GM at eBay where launched its local co-op advertising program. In addition to being HopStopís CEO, Mr. Meyer was an adviser to Adtuitive (acquired by Etsy), Belief Networks (acquired by BenefitFocus), Kalexo (acquired by Autodesk); and is an adviser to Lot18, Snooth & Spongecell. Mr. Meyer earned a BA from Georgetown University, and an MBA from Wharton.