Mr. Robert Levitan co-founded Flooz.com and served as its Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. Mr. Robert Levitan is a Co-Founder at Calendre and also serves as its Board Member. He also served as Chairman at Reloaded Games. He is an entrepreneur who has started five companies and has raised more than $150 million in venture capital financing. A pioneer of New York's Silicon Alley tech industry, Levitan co-founded iVillage in 1995. iVillage grew to become the largest women's community on the web. At iVillage, Levitan was responsible for sponsorship and ad sales. Levitan led a team that brought many major consumer brands online for the first time. In 1999, iVillage was one of New York's first internet companies to have a successful public offering. In 2006, NBC Universal acquired iVillage. In 1999, Levitan was the co-founder of the online payment system and digital currency platform Flooz.com. In 2003, Levitan co-founded the US operations of Dotomi, a personalized ad-targeting company, which was acquired by ValueClick in 2011. Most recently, Levitan was the CEO and chairman of Pando Networks, a cloud-based media-delivery company. In 2013, Levitan executed the successful sale of Pando Networks to the Xbox division of Microsoft.