Boosted CommerceTeam Members
The team at Boosted Commerce is responsible for over $1bn+ of M&A related businesses in both the online and offline sectors. Our experience not only allows for a quick transition but also ensures that your brand will live on in good hands.
Charlie Chanaratsopon is a Thai-American entrepreneur and investor who has founded and led several businesses. He co-founded Boosted Commerce with an eye towards leveraging his experiences in order to help scale nascent e-commerce brands. Prior to Boosted, he is most notable for being the founder and Chairman of Charming Charlie, a jewelry and accessory brand, which he built to 5,000 employees, 350 stores globally, and $500 million in revenue. That accomplishment earned him the Ernest & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year” award in 2010, which was then followed by Forbes naming him “America’s 40 Most Successful Young Entrepreneurs” in 2015.
Charlie is also the co-founder of Quantor Capital, a multi-family office focused on private/public investments, and the founder of CJS Group, a real estate investment company. Currently, Charlie is a board member of the entrepreneurship program at Columbia Business School, and an active member of YPO (Young Presidents Organization).
Charlie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a minor in Economics from Loyola Marymount University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Keith is a successful entrepreneur, investor, and board member. He co-founded Boosted Commerce because he is passionate about taking products that successful sellers have developed and helping scale those products on a global level.
Previously, he was a co-founder of Voi Technology, a leading European based mobility company with operations in 34 cities across 11 countries. From 2005 until October 2013, he served as the co-founder and CEO of Break Media, where he developed an expertise in digital marketing across multiple brands and vertical. Prior to Break Media, he was the co-founder and vice president of OnePage, which was acquired by Sybase in 2002, and co-founder of Billpoint Inc., which was acquired by eBay in 1999. Keith currently serves on the board of directors of GrubHub (Nasdaq: GRUB), The Meet Group (Nasdaq: Meet) and Vostok New Ventures (Nasdaq: VNVSDB:SS).
Keith received a B.A. in International Relations and M.A. in International Policy from Stanford University.
Anton von Rueden is Boosted Commerce’s President & COO. In his role, he oversees all of Marketing and Business Operations for Boosted’s portfolio of brands. He began his career in his native Germany in 1999, joining a small startup that would become eBay Germany. At eBay, Anton managed marketing, built eBay’s European Customer Service Center, and then, as Managing Director, established eBay’s business teams in Austria and Switzerland.
In 2006 Anton joined Spreadshirt, where he led Global Operations. In 2012 he co-founded Carfrogger and led the company as CEO until the successful completion of a merger in 2014. Anton subsequently joined TechStyle Fashion Group as General Manager of Global Customer Service before relocating from Berlin to El Segundo to serve as Chief Operating Officer, overseeing all Global Operations. Anton also serves on the Advisory Boards of the Los Angeles Kings and Sondors Network.
Adam Epstein joined Boosted Commerce in 2020 as VP of Mergers and Acquisitions and oversees the acquisition life-cycle from origination of new investment opportunities through deal completion.
Prior to joining Boosted, Adam held a variety of increasingly responsible finance and investing positions across Lion Capital, Oaktree Capital Management, and Berenson & Company, primarily focused on the consumer sector. He is responsible for over $250 million of direct debt and equity investments in addition to prior portfolio company management for businesses worth over $2 billion in aggregate. Currently, Adam also serves on the Leadership Advisory Board for non-profit Vista Del Mar.
Adam received a BS in Applied Mathematics – Economics from Brown University in addition to an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.