About the company
Bambuser is a simple-to-use live video streaming service that allows users to quickly and easily capture, share and watch live video broadcast from mobile phones or computers. Bambuser also enables instant sharing to the world's favorite social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and many more
Backed by prominent investors including the Associated Press, we’re a team of 15 ninjas at our offices in Stockholm (HQ) and Turku, Finland.
The Bambuser service is offered for free to charity organisations as well as end-users that are using the service for personal use. For any other use case, Bambuser offers a variety of Premium services.
The Bambuser team is also building other awesome apps! Social live by Bambuser is a feature directly integrated in the native camera app of all new Sony devices. The feature has been developed in close collaboration with Sony Mobile and lets users share live video to Facebook with only two clicks within the camera.
Hi! We're the one's building and running Bambuser for you. We hope you like it! We're a team of 15 bambusers, ridiculously dedicated to build the easiest and best live video broadcasting service in the world! Our offices are located in Stockholm, Sweden and Turku, Finland.
CEO & VP Product
Founder & Evangelist
Head of Business Development
Head of Sales
Design and UX Wizard
Back-End Voodoo Master
Web Dev Ninja
Lead Android developer
The Flash Man
Network Super Mario
Hypertexting snake charmer 🐍
Board of Directors
Director of global video news, the Associated Press
Sandy is an AP vice president since 2010, and as Director of global video news, he is responsible for the newsgathering and video production for AP worldwide.
As the top video news executive for the AP, MacIntyre oversees the video operation's two hubs, in Washington and London. Sandy is an important face of the AP and a frequent speaker at events around the globe.
Partner, Marker LLC
Ohad is a Partner of Marker based in the firm’s Herzliya office and has been with the firm since its inception in 2011. From 2005 – 2011, Ohad was a partner at Venrock, where he oversaw its international investment activity. Prior to Venrock, Ohad served as Chairman, President, and CEO of Interoute Communications, a privately held international telecommunications service provider and the owner operator of Europe's largest cloud services platform.
He has also held management positions at companies including Packard Bell Electronics in the U.S., has served as a senior advisor for IDEA, a world leader in financial and economic analysis, and was named one of the 100 most influential people in telecom by Global Telecoms Business Magazine.
Måns is a well renowned Swedish entrepreneur. He was part of the founding team of Bambuser and was listed as top internet entrepreneur in Sweden, by the magazine Internet World. Måns also spent time in San Francisco working with Linden Lab the company behind Second Life. Currently Måns is Tech Director at Ustwo, the company behind the blockbuster app Monument Valley.
CFO Atex & Investment analyst Kistefos
Nishant has been working with various software companies across Europe and America on behalf of Kistefos and most recently was appointed CFO of Kistefos portfolio company Atex.
Prior to joining Kistefos, Nishant worked as a project manager at Orkla Brands, a leading Norwegian FMCG company. Mr. Fafalia holds a Master of Science from Lund Institute of Technology and a Master of Science from Lund University School of Economics & Management, and National University of Singapore.
Board member on behalf of Angel Investors
Stein has extensive knowledge and long experience from the the financial markets, both in Sweden and abroad. The most recent position was as senior option trader at Alfred Berg, the leading Nordic investment bank at the time. Previous trading positions include Arbitech AB, one of the first technology oriented trading firms in Sweden, and at Swiss Bank.
Stein holds a Master of Business Administration and Economics, Stockholm School of Economics, a Candidate for Master of Law, University of Stockholm and studied Computer Science at the UCLA.