Ryan brings WeatherFlow over 10 years of experience as an inventor, entrepreneur, designer and software developer. Most recently, he served as CEO at CAMRIG where his responsibilities spanned all aspects of product design, development, marketing, sales, manufacturing and product distribution. Joining WeatherFlow in 2008 as a software developer, Roberts eventually took a leading role in the product development of the WeatherFlow Wind Meter, a real-time weather tracking and reporting anemometer for the web, desktop and mobile. Ryan is a product launch strategist with strong marketing experience in creating brands and bringing consumer products to market.
2008 – Current – Joining WeatherFlow as a software developer I eventually took a leading role in the product development of an innovative real-time weather tracking and reporting application for the web, desktop and mobile. Reporting directly to WeatherFlow’s CEO, and CIO I am responsible for many internal and external client projects. I currently serve as the creator of and product manager for the WeatherFlow Wind Meter while helping design and develop many of WeatherFlow’s core business components. My work underpins 3.5 million page views per month and over 1.2 million a year in revenue across 5 consumer brands.
2013 – I cofound ShutterBug Remote, my role covers all aspects of marketing / communications, and supply chain management. ShutterBug Remote is an incredibly sophisticated blend of hardware, software, and firmware while incorporating the latest in Bluetooth LE technology. Designed, developed and manufactured entirely in the USA as locally as possible ShutterBug Remote is in the early stages of it’s inception and a partnership with EyE Fi.
2009 – 2012 – As the co-founder CEO and capital investor of CAMRIG my responsibilities spanned all aspects of product design, development, marketing, sales, manufacturing and product distribution. By establishing distribution partnerships in South Africa, Chile, Argentina, Spain, United Kingdom, France and Australia CAMRIG kiteboarding point-of-view camera mounts for GoPro, Sony and Contour cameras were sold in over 1000+ retail locations spanning 30+ countries. CAMRIG was privately acquired in December of 2012.
2004-2006 – iMart was an e-commerce boutique whose flagship product was an enterprise e-commerce platform (“iDA”) designed for large multi-channel online retailers. I developed on top of the iMART “iDA” platform with a team while leveraging Microsoft technologies, and test-driven development. My work underpinned sites with revenue exceeding 40m a year and some of our clients included Vera Bradley, Amway, and 1800Pharmacy. iMart was publicly acquired in 2006 by Smart Online.