Named one of Forbes' 100 Most Promising Companies in America, PaperG was founded to help the "paper generation" move print advertising online. Now years later, we're helping agencies and brands take another step forward by eliminating the high costs and lengthy turnaround time associated with display ad creative.
The PaperG creative management platform is built by leading technologists, including engineers from Microsoft and Amazon, who are dedicated to improving the digital advertising experience for all.
The programmatic revolution has made putting the right message in front of the right people at the right time feasible at scale. However, scaling the creative component has been overlooked.
Too many good ideas have been left on the drawing board because building more ads was too costly. That is, until now.
PaperG applies smart tools and workflows to streamline the design process, so anyone can create high quality, cross-platform ads. By making design more accessible, we're democratizing how ads get built.
With PaperG, the volume or speed of ad production needed for any campaign concept is no longer an issue.
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Victor Wong served as the Interactive Advertising Bureau Local Committee Co-Chairman in 2010. He coauthored the IAB Local Targeting Guide. Victor holds a BA in economics from Yale University and is a fellow of the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute.
Prior to PaperG, he spent time as an investment banker at Credit Suisse and as a management consultant at IBM. Ka Mo holds a BA in economics from Yale University and is a fellow of the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute. He has also served as the Executive Director of the Elmseed Enterprise Fund, the oldest student-run microlending organization in America.
Preferring the atmosphere of startups over large software companies, Victor Cheng has worked for two other technology startups, including Kiko, a Y-Combinator company. He brings rich experience in programming and product development. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Yale University.
Dan started his career at Microsoft, where he rose to become a Software Design Engineer Lead. He then founded his own software company, Gumbosoft. Dan holds a MS in Computer Science from Stanford University and a BS in Computer Engineering from University of Washington.
Andrew switched to startups after work as both a developer and a program manager at Microsoft. Following time as an engineer in education technology, he eventually transitioned back into product design to join PaperG. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Yale University.