Jolicloud was created in 2009 with the vision of combining the infinite power of the cloud with the most simple and elegant user interface. The journey started with Joli OS, a free operating system designed to work on older computers and connect them to the cloud. Today, Jolicloud is focusing on the platform of future, making Drive - the new way to manage your storage - available to all Chromebooks and Chrome users. Founded by Tariq Krim and Romain Huet, Jolicloud is headquartered in Paris, France.
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Niklas Zennstrom is an Internet entrepreneur who co-founded Skype, Kazaa, Joltid and Joost among other high-profile technology companies, before founding Atomico. He currently serves on the boards of Fon, Jolicloud, Rovio and Rdio.
Gilles Samoun has held various leadership roles in top companies in the U.S. and Europe, including Qualys, Mediapath, Solsoft and Fotopedia. He is current CEO of NTRglobal.
Michael Jackson, a partner at Mangrove Capital and former COO of Skype, applies his extensive background in operations, commercialization and scaling mass-market companies to all portfolio companies.
Atomico is an international venture capital firm head-quartered in London, with offices in San Paulo, Brazil, and Beijing, China. It was founded in 2006 by Niklas Zennström, a co-founder of Skype. The firm focuses exclusively on the technology sector, with investments ranging from small seed investments to larger growth investments. It has made more than 50 investments on four continents.
Mangrove Capital Partners is a venture capital firm dedicated to finding and helping passionate, innovative entrepreneurs start and grow global, disruptive companies. Mangrove chases opportunities around the world, with a combined focus on Europe and Emerging Markets such as India and Russia and has invested in more than 50 companies such as Brands4friends (sold to eBay), Dialcom, KupiVIP, Nimbuzz, Oktogo, Rdio, Seatwave, SohoOS, Spreets (sold to Yahoo), Wix and Zink. We also have had the privilege of being the first investor in Skype, which was acquired by eBay for €3.1 billion in 2005.