- Origin: California
- Grant awarded in: 2013
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Information Officer
What is Candy Lab?
CandyBAR is a custom-branded mobile app platform that improves events, tourism and civic pride using the most accurate and accessible mobile technology that better-engages users and deepens brand participation.
Gilda Campos is the Co-Founder of Candy Lab, a 2013 Arch Grants recipient.
Gilda earned her degree in Web Design and Interactive Media from The Art Institute of California in 2008. Gilda brings experience working with Cachetown and Geary Interactive to her position with Candy Lab.
Andrew Couch is the Co-Founder of Candy Lab, a 2013 Arch Grants recipient.
Andrew earned his degree in Economics from State University of New York College at Cortland in 2007, and a Certificate in Search Engine Optimization and Marketing from University of San Francisco. Before founding Candy Lab, Andrew worked with Bump Network, Inc and PlateStar LLC.
Edwin Rivera is the CTO of Candy Lab, a 2013 Arch Grants recipient.
Edwin earned his degree in Computer Information Systems from University of California at Riverside in 2002, and holds an MBA from the University of California at Riverside. Edwin also currently serves as the Vice President of Engineering at Dispatching Solutions, Inc.
Christian Torres is the CIO of Candy Lab, a 2013 Arch Grants recipient.
Christian earned his degree in Business Information Systems and Marketing from University of Redlands in 2015, and holds a Certificate of Information Technology Project Management from the University of California at Los Angeles. Christian currently serves as vCIO at Sharp Electronics and brings experience working for Dispatching Solutions, Inc. to his position with Candy Lab.