Alexi Venneri (Digital Air Strike)

Thursday, June 18, 2020, 1:00 – 2:15 AM UTC

Alexi Venneri knows challenges. The CEO & Co-Founder started Digital Air Strike after getting laid off during the recession of 2008. 10+ years later she continues to lead the tech company specializing in social media marketing, reputation management, intelligent lead response, and consumer tech, to over 5,000 businesses. Join us virtually on Wednesday, June 17th at 6 pm MST to hear her story.

Virtual event

About this event

On Wednesday, June 17th at 6 pm MST Startup Grind Phoenix will virtually host Alexi Venneri, CEO & Co-Founder of Digital Air Strike. 

Digital Air Strike is an award-winning social media, intelligent lead response, and consumer engagement technology company. A pioneer in the automotive industry for digital response, social marketing, and online reputation management, Digital Air Strike’s software and managed service platform monitor, improve and manage consumer engagement for 5,000 businesses including seven of the largest automotive manufacturers, in the United States, Canada, and 11 additional countries.

In 2010 in the middle of a recession, Venneri saw a need for dealerships to revolutionize the way they use social media and review sites to sell more cars and build customer loyalty. Together with a few like-minded individuals, Venneri founded Digital Air Strike. Because of her leadership and vision, Digital Air Strike has grown to over 150 employees with four offices nationwide. Today, Digital Air Strike’sproducts, solutions, team, and technology influence 37% of all vehicle sales nationwide.

How has Digital Air Strike tackled the current global pandemic? What motivates Alexi to continue innovating after leading a company to success for a decade? We will answer these questions and more on the 17th. We look forward to seeing you virtually! 

Check out what happened


  • Alexi Venneri

    Digital Air Strike

    Co-Founder & CEO


  • Lauren Baxter

    Startup Grind Phoenix



  • Kevin Mead

    Chapter Director