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Keap leadership: molded by hard-earned experience

Keap leadership believes in its mission to serve small businesses. Like so many others, Keap started modestly and fought tenaciously to survive. Co-founders Clate Mask and Scott Martineau persevered and learned some painful and valuable lessons along the way.

Those tough times galvanized their mission to make growth a whole lot easier for small businesses. That is why they encourage budding entrepreneurs by advising SaaS companies and volunteering for Mentors International, which focuses on empowering, mentoring, and teaching the world’s poor.

Our leadership team

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Clate Mask

Co-founder and CEO

Clate has a BA in Economics from Arizona State University, as well as an MBA and a JD from Brigham Young University. He joined his brother-in-laws in 2002 in developing the business we know today as Keap. Clate has been educating and inspiring entrepreneurs now for over a decade and is recognized by the small business community as a visionary leader. When he’s not working, he spends time with his wonderful wife and children.

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Scott Martineau

Co-founder & Chief Marketing Officer

Scott started Keap (previously Infusionsoft) with his brother Eric in 2001. He received his BS in Computer Information Systems from Arizona State University and has a passion for entrepreneurs and small businesses. This passion led him to help develop the ideas behind Lifecycle Marketing. When not at work he spends time with his family and enjoys playing and creating music.

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Rajesh Bhatia

Chief Technology Officer

Rajesh previously worked at Oracle for 10 years. He joined Keap in 2019 as our CTO. He received his Bachelors in Engineering from the University of Illinois and also his Master of Science from Purdue University. He and his family enjoy traveling and he has a goal of taking his children to every continent before they are 18.

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