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Acclaimed futurist joins tech firm as senior vice president

Nick Curcuru brings ‘Big Data’ experience at Mastercard to Tampa-based Venuetize.

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  • | 3:06 p.m. July 25, 2019
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TAMPA — Venuetize, a technology platform for smart space solutions, has hired Nick Curcuru as senior vice president of analytics and customer engagement, a newly created role that, according to a press release, will take advantage of his experience in data and security, analytics, payments and customer intelligence.

Curcuru, the release states, previously worked at Mastercard as vice president of global big data consulting. Enterprise Management 360 named him the No. 3 data futurist in the world.

“We are thrilled to have someone with Nick’s background join our organization at this exciting time of our company’s growth,” states Jon Romm, CEO and co-founder of Venuetize, in the release. “It is more imperative than ever that we make the commitment to ensure our clients not only have access to the valuable data that can be derived from our platform and mobile application usage, but that they also know how to use the data in a way that drives desired consumer behavior for their respective businesses.”

Venuetize, the release states, works with professional sports teams, stadiums and arenas, casinos, entertainment districts, and shopping destinations throughout North America. Its platform can create mobile wallets, contextual advertising and information and other applications that improve and innovate the guest experience.

“I’ve had the pleasure of working with Nick for almost a decade now across multiple companies,” states Craig Duncan, chief revenue officer at Venuetize, in the release. “He is a global leader and a difference maker when it comes to understanding data and security, listening to clients’ business challenges and then architecting solutions. His deep vertical and technology experience, and passion for the clients we serve, make him an incredibly valuable addition to our growing team.”


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