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About Matt

Matthew Gratt is a young technology entrepreneur.  He currently works at Ondeego, a mobile enterprise software start-up in Berkeley, CA, recently named one of the top ten mobile start-ups of the year by GigaOM.  At Ondeego, he works on sales, marketing, and what could only be called Customer Development.  He works very hard, and most recently ran the marketing launch of AppCentral™, the first mobile app store for the enterprise.

Matt is the Teaching Assistant/Coordinator for UC Berkeley’s Mobile Applications and Entrepreneurship course.  He has TA’ed/coordinated the course since its founding in 2008.  He is also a founding program manager at the Berkeley Mobile International Collaborative.

Matt graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a focus on Quantitative Methods and American Politics.  While at UC Berkeley, he completed the Blueprint Leadership Development Program, was named UC Berkeley’s Greek Man of the Year, and developed a rabid passion for all things blue and gold.  He also cut his teeth in sales and marketing, raising over $40,000 for the University by cold calling and managing more than 400 vendors in the brand management program.

Matt is originally from Mercer Island, just outside of Seattle, Washington.  Due to his Pacific Northwest Heritage, he is happy when it rains and likes plaid shirts and Pearl Jam.

Matt currently lives in the South of Market District of San Francisco.

I am always interested in meeting entrepreneurs, investors, and other players in the tech/biz start-up game.  If you’re in San Francisco or Berkeley, I’d love to sit down for a cup of coffee – email me at matt (at) mattgratt dot com.


I am a student of technology & business, and do not claim to be an expert.  This is not legal advice, nor does it pertain to be.  I am simply a lifelong student of my profession (technology entrepreneurship), and these are my thoughts.  These are not the thoughts of my employer or any other organization I may be involved with, they are exclusively my own.

In the event you think I’ve broken your copyright/used something without proper attribution, please email me and we’ll work it out.

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