Tech Industry Veteran Mark Hill Joins the Lumavate Board of Managers

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by Stephanie Cox | Last Updated: May 4, 2021

CARMEL, Ind. – Aug. 3, 2017 – Lumavate, a leading platform for building cloud-based apps, announced today that former Baker Hill co-founder and President Mark Hill has joined Lumavate’s Board of Managers.

Hill is currently the managing partner at Collina Ventures where he has invested in more than 40 early stage companies in Indiana including Lumavate. He serves on the board of numerous companies, including KAR Auction Services, Bluelock, Octiv, Ascend Indiana and TechPoint. He also recently received the TechPoint Foundation for Youth Bridge Builder Award earlier this year.

“We are thrilled to welcome Mark Hill to Lumavate’s Board of Managers,” said Lumavate’s Chairman of Board Bill Godfrey. “Mark’s industry experience will be instrumental as Lumavate continues to scale.”

The Lumavate platform capitalizes on the transition from native mobile apps to cloud-based mobile apps – a major shift happening in mobile tech that is disrupting the way companies interact with customers. Through the Lumavate platform, companies can deliver highly-personalized mobile experiences faster and at a fraction of the cost of native mobile apps.

“Lumavate touches the intersection of mobile and the Internet of Things,” said Hill. “It has the opportunity to truly change how companies think about their mobile experience. I’m very excited for what the future holds for Lumavate, and I look forward to helping guide the company as a member of their board.”

About Lumavate
Lumavate is the leading platform for building cloud-based apps at scale. Through the Lumavate platform, companies can build and deploy highly-personalized mobile experiences faster and at a fraction of the cost compared to native mobile apps, while achieving increased adoption and a quick ROI. Visit lumavate.com to learn more.

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