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Tim MuellerPresidentmartinwolf

As president of Martinwolf, Tim Mueller leads all strategic growth initiatives and operations for the company. He joined Martinwolf in 2021 after eight years as CEO and co-founder of IT ExchangeNet, a martinwolf company. From 2005 – 2011, Mueller was CEO of Phylogy, a Silicon Valley tech startup offering groundbreaking broadband technology to telephone carriers around the world. By 2010, Phylogy was ranked 243rd on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in the United States. The company was acquired by Actelis Networks in March 2011.

In the early ‘90s, Mueller capitalized on the internet’s growing commercial applications as co-founder and CEO of Vantage One Communications. He and his team accomplished numerous “firsts” by uniting non-linear communications with the untapped muscle of the worldwide web. While at Vantage One, he was named Entrepreneur of the Year by USA TODAY / NASDAQ / Ernst & Young and received the Pillar Award for community service from the Small Business Network. After expanding the firm nationally, martinwolf sold Vantage One in November 1999.

In between Vantage One and Phylogy, Mueller turned to public service as the deputy mayor and chief development officer for Cleveland, Ohio. He led initiatives in city planning, building and housing, and economic development that resulted in over $1 billion of development throughout the region.

Mueller earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Dayton.