This is the personal site of Benjamin Mosse.

I’m CPO at YEAY GmbH, an exciting mobile video commerce start-up based in Berlin.

Before YEAY I led tech and product development at Pamono, Europe’s largest online marketplace for vintage and collectible design. Before that, I worked for Nokia where I worked in a number of roles, from rolling out a long-tail publishing solution for Nokia platforms to supporting the launch of the now defunct Meego-based N9, to working on strategic app partnerships with global brands for both Windows Phone, Symbian and S40. Before that I worked at The Associated Press and was the Director of Mobile, overseeing the development of AP Mobile, an award-winning mobile local news portal and application. We were pretty good at what we did and won some awards including an Apple Design Award. I showcased the application, one of the first for the iPhone App Store, alongside Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Scott Forstall, head of iOS, at Apple’s Wordwide Developer Conference in 2008.

I graduated from the London School of Economics with a Masters in Information Systems and have a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Science from the University of Edinburgh.

You can read more about me at LinkedIn:, I’m also available on Twitter. If you want to get back in touch you can also reach me on Facebook.

I was raised a Quaker and try to bring a Quaker ethos (honesty, reliability, equality and a thirst for social reform) into the work that I do.

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Obviously the thoughts, links, images, sound files and anything else included in the posts on this blog are mine (unless otherwise credited) and may not represent the views of my employer.