Philip Wilkinson (entrepreneur)


Philip Wilkinson (entrepreneur)

Philip Wilkinson is an entrepreneur living in London, England. Born in 1977, he created his first company Shopgenie which became Kelkoo in 1998. Since then he created a vertical search comparison company known as Genie Group and took time off to reflect and enjoy life. In 2006 he co-founded the new Social shopping site along with Christopher Scollo, known as Crowdstorm.

References

* [http://www.e-consultancy.com/news-blog/newsletter/2691/philip-wilkinson-on-social-shopping-and-web-2-0-start--ups.html#27880 Philip Wilkinson on web 2.0 and social shopping] (e-consultancy interview)
* [http://uk.intruders.tv/Philip-Wilkinson-of-Crowdstorm-on-evolution-of-e-commerce_a281.html Philip Wilkinson on evolution of e-commerce] Video
* [http://www.crowdstorm.com/ Crowdstorm]


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