Solatido
 

Contact:

Tom Sherlock

PO Box 1901

Los Altos, CA 94023

tom.sherlock@solatido.com

About Us

 

SoLaTiDo Inc. is an early stage start up, concentrating on the human factors that influence the potential of mobile devices to become as useful and productive as personal computers.


Gia Nikolova is a passionate product igniter. Her enthusiasm and drive are the necessary ingredients for driving product development to achieve market growth through focusing on maximizing the value for the customer.

When she is not building software for the IoT, Gia can often be  found feeding her curiosity for VR/AR products & trends, often mingling with the entrepreneur & start-up crowd. She has helped friends’ companies with their go-to-market & growth strategies - it simply brings happiness and feels personal when part of helping others succeed. Gia loves competitive sports and outdoor adventures – and that’s where most innovative ideas are born.


Further details of Gia’s career journey can be found at  https://www.linkedin.com/in/gnikolova/      

 

Tom Sherlock has been designing industrial and consumer products for thirty years. He was part of the design team that created the first battery powered laptop computer and did the mechanical designs for the power supply transformers and rectifier units for the multi terawatt Shiva Laser Fusion Experiment at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He is named inventor on two pending U.S. and international patent applications relating to the ergonomic keyboard this product is based on, one issued U.S. patent on this device, and nine issued U.S. patents that include sports equipment, biotech, mechanisms, solar heat pumps, and petrochemical testing.


Furter information may be viewed on his Linkedin profile  


Catherine Volz is founder of The Innovation Initiative -- Entrepreneur TV. It features real people doing extraordinary things around the world.  She created Weekend MVP, an online, weekend workshop that helps any entrepreneur create a minimum viable product that people want to buy, and then create a sustainable profitable business. 

She also started a Kidpreneur program in Tokyo. 

Her background is in cognitive behavioral therapy, evidence-based medicine and fashion modeling.  She builds brands (e.g. semiconductors, wine, venture capital, dating, physicians, transportation, social good, VR hardware, and SaaS).

Her clients have included: Madonna, Maxim, Mercedes, Bentley, Ford, Playboy, Discovery Health, MTV, Fender, Yahoo, Google, Intel, Sony, Microsoft, Intuit, Salesforce, Estee Lauder, OneMed TV, Sundance Film Festival, the Dalai Lama, Maranello Rosso Collection, La Perla, Maybelline, Shiseido, Oakley, New Era, Men's Health, Nike, L'Oréal, Shutterstock, BSN, NASA, REI, Hallmark, Chick-fil-A. Features: ABC, NBC, Silicon Valley

She volunteers at VLAB (the Bay Area MIT enterprise forum) and as a technology entrepreneurship evaluator at Stanford University.

Furter information may be viewed on her Linkedin profile.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/catvolz/