No stranger to the online world and search, Llach was manager of Netscape’s Netcenter online advertising business in the mid-‘90s which included Netscape.com and multiple destination sites. Continuing with his internet-oriented career, Llach worked as a consultant to the early search pioneer Inktomi, helping the company with e-commerce solutions and acquisitions.
Llach was director of product marketing at AdForce, an early online advertising firm which he helped take public. He then founded the pioneering contextual advertising company, Cuica, which developed a network of thousands of websites and advertisers.
As a long-time entrepreneur and prior to the advent of the internet, Llach started and sold two 3D software companies and developed software for Kodak, Macromedia and other companies. He earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University and pursued a MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Rochester.
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