In 1990, years before most people knew what the Internet was, our founders Scott Schram and Guy McCullough met there–by exchanging 150-character messages over a VHF radio link.
Before forming Agile Brands, Scott and Guy collaborated on a range of projects, including taking the Coca-Cola® brand into Second Life® for the first time, earning attention from the likes of WIREDMagazine, Rolling Stone and Popular Science.
Scott Schram | Follow Scott on Twitter
A math prodigy, Scott Schram began his computer career writing programs on the Apple II for Broderbund when the soon to be gaming giant employed just six people. By 1985, he was writing search engines for Executive Technologies. He later developed massive database applications for the banking and insurance industries while serving as CTO of Maxis Information Systems.
Scott has almost 30 years of experience developing software in an entrepreneurial environment. He is a past president of the Internet Professionals Society of Alabama and has served on the board of directors for the UAB National Alumni Society.
He is a published lyricist and writes musicals with his wife, Ruth Elaine Schram.
His public LinkedIn profile can be found here.
Guy McCullough | Follow Guy on Twitter
When he was twenty years old, Guy McCullough served as press secretary and media producer in a pivotal gubernatorial campaign against political legend George C. Wallace. In the years that followed, he provided strategic direction and media production for dozens of successful candidates and referenda.
In 1986, Guy collaborated with the legendary troika of Mandy Grunwald, Scott Miller and the late David Sawyer to write and produce award-winning political advertising. Later that year, he formed McCullough Advertising, where he continues as creative director.
Guy has more than three decades of experience providing advertising, marketing, public relations and public affairs counsel to companies ranging from the largest multi-national corporations to family-owned businesses.
He has helped clients manage their brands on the Internet for more than 15 years.
Guy earned the Forbes-McKay Marketer of the Year Award from the American Marketing Association in 1992.
See his public LinkedIn profile here.