James Currier (born October 30, 1967) is an American entrepreneur and business executive who is a co-founder and managing partner of the venture firm NFX Guild. Currier's first startup company, the quiz network Tickle.com, was co-founded in 1999, then acquired by Monster Worldwide in 2004 for around $100 million. In 2007 Currier co-founded OogaLabs in California, a business incubator and investment firm. OogaLabs founded a number of digital network and ecommerce companies, for example helping fund Goodreads in November 2007.

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  • James Currier (born October 30, 1967) is an American entrepreneur and business executive who is a co-founder and managing partner of the venture firm NFX Guild. Currier's first startup company, the quiz network Tickle.com, was co-founded in 1999, then acquired by Monster Worldwide in 2004 for around $100 million. In 2007 Currier co-founded OogaLabs in California, a business incubator and investment firm. OogaLabs founded a number of digital network and ecommerce companies, for example helping fund Goodreads in November 2007. Among other startups, Currier co-founded the company Jiff in December 2010, also taking the role of chairman. Around 2012 Currier was still serving as the CEO of Wonderhill, the "casual games company" spun off from OogaLabs. Other companies associated with OogaLabs included IronPearl, which was a growth analytics company. With the 2013 Paypal acquisition of IronPearl, Currier became a growth advisor for Paypal. In 2015, Currier and Stan Chudnovsky left OogaLabs and partnered with investor Gigi Levy-Weiss to form NFX Guild in Silicon Valley. A contributor to publications such as TechCrunch, Currier is also a Big Think Delphi Fellow. (en)
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  • James Currier (born October 30, 1967) is an American entrepreneur and business executive who is a co-founder and managing partner of the venture firm NFX Guild. Currier's first startup company, the quiz network Tickle.com, was co-founded in 1999, then acquired by Monster Worldwide in 2004 for around $100 million. In 2007 Currier co-founded OogaLabs in California, a business incubator and investment firm. OogaLabs founded a number of digital network and ecommerce companies, for example helping fund Goodreads in November 2007. (en)
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