Evan Conway is the president of OneLouder, an app company focused on social mobile apps that was created as a wholly owned subsidiary of Handmark in 2011. Previously serving as Executive Vice President at Handmark, Evan led marketing, mobile advertising and the creation of the socially-powered apps business that formed the basis for OneLouder. Additionally, Evan had responsibility for ecommerce and support within Handmark properties.
Prior to joining Handmark, Evan was Executive Vice President with Positive Networks/PhoneFactor serving on the lead team and launching several products that are leaders in their market space. During his tenure there, he held leadership roles in marketing, sales, business development and product development. As part of this, he has been a regular speaker focusing on working with consumers relating to privacy/identity protection, remote access security, and two-factor authentication.
Before Positive Networks, Evan served as Assistant Vice President at Sprint with roles in sales, marketing, product development, business development, and technology planning. Evan was a leader in launching new product initiatives for Sprint, including broadband wireless services that reached 25% broadband market share in 14 key markets in less than 12 months. Additionally, he was part of the lead team that grew Sprint's wholesale business from $500 million to $1.2 billion in less than two years. He also led consumer partnership marketing teams and managed the overall relationship between Sprint and EarthLink.
Previously, Evan headed up sales and marketing for C-Way Systems. As part of the founding team, he led all marketing efforts and partner distribution as part of growing this software systems firm until its sale to publicly traded Epicore. Evan has also worked for PepsiCo and owned a restaurant in Washington DC.
Evan graduated with Distinction from Cornell University, receiving a BS, a Certificate of Manufacturing and an MBA.
Follow him on Twitter @evanconway for topics including technology, apps, guitars, soccer, and assorted nonsense.