Founder and CEO
Andrew Ferenci is an enthusiastic Minnesotan currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He calls himself a lemonade-stand entrepreneur, building and exiting innovative business since his teens. Andrew has extensive experience ranging from brand design, product, culture-building, and e-commerce. He’s currently the CEO and Founder of Comrad, the world’s first wearable wellness brand revolutionizing and destigmatizing the compression sock, one foot at a time. Before Comrad, Andrew headed up Delorean, a D2C laboratory with offices in NYC and LA. He was the CEO and Founder of Spinback, the first "Social ROI" product that enabled e-commerce retailers to track and measure sales attribution and insights from sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Email. Andrew co-founded The College Shack, an e-commerce retailer of collegiate apparel that he started when he was just 19 years old. He was named Top 25 Most Influential People in New York Tech by Business Insider, #24 on the Silicon Alley 100 by Business Insider and again in 2012. Andrew has been a featured speaker at Mashable Connect, TechStars, MESA, The New York Times, Etail, and The University of Wisconsin— which is also his alma mater, where he graduated from the College of Business in 2009. He went on to attend Boston University's School of Management.