Samuel Huber

Samuel Huber

CEO, Advir

At the age of 21, Samuel held Physics, Engineering and Management degrees from best ranked Universities in Switzerland Sweden and the UK. After a 2-year stint as a strategy engineer in the Formula One industry he left his job to setup two gaming startups: Betify, which failed spectacularly and a mobile game called RogueTrader which he exited a year later. He was then instrumental in setting up Kout.io, e-commerce gamified platform backed by ad-tech fund Collider. Foreseeing the explosion of immersive technologies, Sam recently founded Advir to helps content creator monetize in a non-disruptive way.

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