Priceline for Movie Tickets.
Sean Wycliffe is the CEO and Co-founder of Dealflicks. He currently focuses on strategic partnerships, recruiting, and user experience. Prior to Dealflicks, Sean grew his last startup to $1.5M+ in revenue and co-founded Project Pueblo, a nonprofit he still leads. Sean graduated from UC Berkeley, Phi Beta Kappa with highest honors.
Dealflicks is Priceline for movie tickets. $40 billion dollars are spent every year on movie tickets, popcorn, and soda, but 88% of movie theater seats are empty. Dealflicks partners with theaters to fill these empty seats. Since launching in July 2012, Dealflicks has been featured in CNBC, The New York Times, TechCrunch, NBC, CBS, PandoDaily, Film Journal, and more. Our iPhone app was featured 3x by Apple, first as "New and Noteworthy", second as "What's Hot", and again as "Apps for Movie Lovers". Google recently featured our new Android app at Google I/O 2013. Dealflicks is part of Warner Brothers' Mediacamp program and is a 500 Startups accelerator company. Dealflicks: https://www.dealflicks.com 500 Startups Pitch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ICZVYpRak0 Warner Brothers Media Camp Pitch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbxbxAxHJWQ CNBC: http://www.cnbc.com/id/100546779 NYTimes: http://boss.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/11/28/an-unsexy-company-tries-to-fill-movie-seats/ TechCrunch: http://techcrunch.com/2013/02/06/here-are-10-standout-companies-from-the-fifth-500-startups-demo-day/ NBC: http://www.nbcbayarea.com/video/#!/on-air/as-seen-on/DealFlicks-Start-Up-is-Just-the-Movie-Ticket/163954366 CBS: http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/video/7970489-consumerwatch-websites-offer-discounted-theater-tickets/ PandoDaily: http://pandodaily.com/2013/05/13/startup-hustle-why-two-men-decided-to-sleep-together-in-a-van-for-months-on-end/ Film Journal: http://www.filmjournal.com/filmjournal/content_display/news-and-features/features/cinemas/e3i563ae50511bed252205e0056fc54a94c AngeList: https://angel.co/dealflicks
www.projectpueblo.org Highlights: -Personally led 10 different one-week service trips to the Navajo Indian reservation with an average of 17 volunteers per trip. -Developed partnerships with Forgotten People (an NGO), Rez Refuge Ministries (an NGO), and the Navajo EPA. -Managed over $50K in gross receipts since incorporation in June 2010; filed paperwork for official 501(c)(3) status with the IRS. -Received the Oski Leadership Award (given yearly to only the top 5 of over 550 student organizations) and a $4500 grant from UCB in May 2011. -Built and managed the websites for Project Pueblo and Forgotten People. -Worked with 200+ children and youth through various Boys and Girls clubs and high schools within the Navajo reservation. -Cofounded the class at UC Berkeley "Helping the Navajo Rebuild with Project Pueblo and Forgotten People." Responsibilities: Organize, promote, and lead service trips, build and manage websites, develop NGO, business, and government partnerships, launch, support, and grow college chapters, raise money, manage accounting, state, and federal paperwork, lead the course at UC Berkeley, and craft and implement strategy and initiatives.
Highlights: -Generated over $1M in 2007 and over $1.5M in 2008; managed and expanded operations part-time beginning in January 2006. -Migrated 2 existing branches (2004); opened and managed 3 new branches in San Diego (2005), Berkeley (2009), and Tracy (2010). -Recruited, developed, and mentored 7 National Top Producing Team Coordinators; managed over 35 full-time associates. Responsibilities: Build and oversee new branches throughout California, mentor and develop managers, organize and conduct quarterly regional training events, develop sales and marketing plans for various branches, recruit, train, manage, and motivate team of managers, full-time associates, and part-time associates, deal with escalated customer complaint issues, acquire customers.
www.berkeleyac.com Highlights: -Conducted over 100 hours of tutoring/consulting and increased the GPA and performance of 100% of my clients. Responsibilities: Developed curriculum, marketing materials, marketing campaign, and website, marketed services, and recruited, tutored, and mentored clients.
Highlights: Education 98/198 (Fall 2009) -Lectured weekly for semester with 33 students (over 150 applied). -Due to the success, converted class into for-profit tutoring business Berkeley Academic Consulting in January 2010.
www.decal.org/928 Highlights: UGBA 98/198 (Spring 2009) -Lectured weekly for semester with 57 students (over 80 applied). -1st and only student-led class out of over 150 to incorporate teachers assistants (TAs). Economics 98/198 (Fall 2009) -Lectured weekly for semester with 28 students (over 120 applied). -Recruited, trained, and supervised 7 TAs.
www.ayasd.org Highlights: -Planned, promoted, and coordinated 8 12-hour events that averaged over 200 in attendance from 8 area-wide congregations -Mentored 15+ youth and young adults from disadvantaged communities across San Diego -Conducted numerous community outreach events.
Highlights: -Massive growth in character, patience, and humility as a result of considerable time in prayer, studying the Bible and related texts, and being a protege under several leaders in the area. -Positively impacted the lives of dozens of high school and community college youth in and around the low-income community of Fontana, CA. -Doubled weekly church-wide attendance from 60-65 people to over 100 people. Responsibilities: Organized, promoted, and managed weekly events such as prayer meeting and Saturday afternoon outreach, which included visiting the sick and elderly, feeding the homeless, and reaching out to the community, bi-monthly social events, and quarterly health seminars, and mentored and socialized with teenagers and young adults.
Highlights: -Generated over $1M in new revenue in 2004; opened and operated 2 new branches in Riverside (2003) and Orange County (2004). -Conducted monthly industry trainings in rooms ranging from over 500 regional associates to over 3000 national associates. -Earned 10 1st place statewide monthly sales awards (21 consecutive top 5 finishes); earned 4th place for 2003 national sales award. -Nominated for 2002/2003 Rookie of the Year award out of 400+ rookie worldwide full-time associates. Responsibilities: Build and oversee new branches throughout Southern California, organize and conduct monthly regional training events and quarterly week-long training events, develop sales and marketing plans for Southern California branches, recruit, train, manage, and motivate team of managers, full-time associates, and part-time associates, deal with escalated customer complaint issues, and acquire customers.
Responsibilities: Recruited, trained, and managed team of 5 full-time associates and 12+ part-time associates, developed Berkeley and Oakland sales and marketing plan, acquired customers, general customer service, and dealt with escalated customer complaint issues.
Responsibilities: Acquired customers and general customer service.
Sean Wycliffe has not indicated any interests.