VideoBomb, the Nashville-based augmented reality (AR) platform that enables digitally immersive experiences through a user’s smartphone, has added two entrepreneurs to its Board of Directors.
In a news release earlier this week, Chad Marcum, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), said Gil Amelio and Jerry Dackerman are joining the governing group. Amelio is a former Chairman and CEO of Apple Computer; President of Rockwell International; Chairman, President and CEO of National Semiconductor Corporation; former Director and Chairman of the Semiconductor Industry Association; Chairman and CEO of Jazz Technologies; and a Senior Partner at Sienna Ventures.
Joining him as new Board members is Jerry Dackerman who has served as Chairman and CEO of six public and private companies over the last 30 years. A serial entrepreneur, he founded five companies and took another public on the NASDAQ exchange.