About Us

What is Tagwhat?

Tagwhat is the most comprehensive feed of hyperlocal content in the world. Its award-winning mobile apps instantly find and deliver actionable content about the places around you. Tagwhat delivers the right content to the right people at the right time so that you never miss what’s happening nearby again.

Tagwhat Team

Angus Shee

Meet Angus, he is obsessed with gadgets. From his beloved smartphone to the thing you pour wine through that automatically aerates your drink. If it makes life easier and smarter, game on. But even today’s most advanced mobile technologies have left a huge gap between our real and digital lives. What if all the information from the web about the world around us was instantly available, everywhere we went? Um, game on. For Angus, Tagwhat fulfills a dream for the ultimate gadget? that completely changes the way people are able to interact with the real world. Angus is a defense industry Fellow Engineer turned full-time mobile junky. He designed next-generation electronics for the most advanced radar systems on Earth. His specific expertise lies in non-traditional product design through the strategic blending of cutting-edge and existing technologies (hence his love for innovative gadgets). Angus is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University.

Donald Cramer

Over the course of 20 years in computing, Don has honed his skills in software development becoming fluent in PHP, SQL/MySQL, HTML, XML, JavaScript, AJAX, PERL, Java, CSS, and Windows C/C++, and others. Additionally, Don has over 10 years experience in server setup, hardening, configuring and deployment, including base OS install, network setup, server configuration, installation of required software (Apache, PHP, Database,etc and configuration) either through pre-provided packages or custom builds, network configuration (both private and public) and setting up remote secure persistent connections between the LAN to remote networks. He has deployed complete systems ranging from single server to multi-server deployments for scalability and high availability as well as data redundancy. Don's expertise lies in the management and distribution of high volume web application and database traffic. He believes that unique implementations of cloud computing technology will be critical in providing the data availability and redundancy necessary to process and deliver the magnitude of data that mobile users will soon demand.

Tagwhat Advisory Board

Steve Bernstein

Advisory Board Member

Steve Bernstein is a finance professional based in Hong Kong. Formerly Chief Executive Officer of Oppenheimer Investments Asia Ltd. Steve has been covering Asia since 1983 and spent five years in Japan during his successful 23-year career at Citigroup. Before joining Citigroup, Steve ran the International Fixed Income Sales division at Salomon Brothers. He moved to Tokyo in 1994 to run Asia Fixed Income Sales and Trading and ultimately served as Chief Administrative Officer of the joint venture Nikko Salomon Smith Barney. Returning to the U.S. in 1999 as senior staff to the Chairman and CEO of Salomon Smith Barney, Steve worked on planning and strategy for the Corporate and Investment Bank, integrating acquisitions such as Schroeders PLC and overseeing disaster planning and business continuity in the wake of the September 11 attacks. In 2003, he was tapped to run Global Securities Services in the Corporate and Investment Bank. Steve retired from Citi in 2005.

Roger Wood

Advisory Board Member

Roger Wood is currently Vice President, Digital Media for a division of Hearst Corporation. He is responsible for advertising campaign development, planning and buying for all social, video, mobile and traditional web media. Roger is an international marketing executive with 20 years of experience at the intersection of digital media, analytics, and advertising at both early-stage and Fortune 1000 companies. He has led marketing operations in 184 countries and has been a consistent figure in every major stage of the Mobile Web and Internet industry since 1993. Prior to Hearst Corp., he was a co-founder, board member, and investor in several start-up companies in digital advertising, social media monetization, and was a founding figure in the mobile advertising industry, helping form several Silicon Valley start-ups focused in the space. His career began in mobile on the founding team of the two most successful start-ups in the history of wireless: iDEN/Nextel (Acquired by Sprint); and Omnipoint (acquired by T-Mobile USA). Roger was prepared at Wardlaw-Hartridge School, and continued his education at his family’s alma mater, Morehouse and Spelman Colleges, earning his degree in Statistics and Marketing. He pursued his graduate work in Computer Science at Columbia University, and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.