James Siminoff

Chief Inventor
Edison Junior

Jamie is a true serial entrepreneur.  He has directly founded 8 companies, sits on 2 boards, holds 12 advisory roles and has completed 3 successful exits.

Jamie was part of the founding team which built Nobel Ltd. into the largest online calling card company in the world.  James exited in 2006, at the time sales were over $60 million and the company had over 200 employees.

In 2003 while at Nobel, Jamie started NobelBiz, a VOIP company focused on the call center business.  The company was spun out as an independent company in 2006.  Jamie is currently the president of NobelBiz.

In 2005 Jamie founded the voicemail-to-text company, PhoneTag. In September of 2009 PhoneTag completed a transaction worth $17 million with Ditech Networks (nasdaq: DITC).  Jamie currently holds the position of Chief Strategy Officer and is head of Ditech's Labs program.

In 2010 Jamie founded Unsubscribe.com to assist email users in cleaning commercial email from their inboxes.  In 2011 Unsubscribe.com was sold to personal security company TrustedID.

After Unsubscribe.com Jamie founded and is the chief inventor of Edison Junior, a design laboratory.  The first product POP successfully sold over $140,000 on Kickstarter and is in the process of being manufactured.  Edison Junior’s second launch, Lasso, is a revolutionary service that automates conference call set-ups by using cloud calendars.

Jamie holds a Bachelor of Science in entrepreneurship from Babson College.  He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA with his beautiful wife Erin, son Oliver and their dog Shortrib.