The Team


Jason Gamblen

Jason has over 15 years of Product Management and Marketing experience in the retail and eCommerce industries. He has led product and marketing teams at Kobo, Walmart and Rogers to introduce elegant solutions to acquire customers and deliver long-term value to the business. Jason focuses on business development, finance and marketing activities.



James Wu

James has over 15 years of experience in UX design, including leading startup product design teams at Kobo and Rypple from early stages to successful exits and a track record of delivering award winning consumer applications and products. James focuses on product design and engineering activities.



Matt MacGillivray

Matt is an expert in the design of customized software systems and development strategy. He is a seasoned veteran of multiple tech start ups, including Kobo and PlanetEye. Recently, he has focused on real-time acoustic detection systems at Cornell. Matt is focused on delivering efficient technical solutions to the product vision.




Jeff Dennis Fasken - Martineau

Jeff Dennis is a lawyer and serial entrepreneur. He is a “trusted advisor” who works with high growth companies providing strategic advice and financing in their quest to get to the next level. He has been involved in start-ups, acquisitions and financings for a variety of businesses in industries as varied as real estate, hospitality, film and television production, insurance, cosmetics, franchising, high technology, alternative energy, investment management, alternative energy, medical software and physician services, online auctions, incentive marketing and employee motivation.



Michael Serbinis - League

Michael Serbinis is the CEO and Founder of LEAGUE. Michael is known as a visionary entrepreneur who has built transformative technology platforms across several industries.

Most recently Michael was the founder and CEO of Kobo, a digital reading company that burst onto the publishing scene in 2009, driving $110M in sales in its first year. Under Michael’s leadership, Kobo became the only global competitor to Amazon’s Kindle with 20-million customers in 190 countries. Michael sold Kobo to Japanese Internet giant Rakuten for $315M in 2012.