Whether it’s remotely turning on the coffee pot after getting out of bed, turning off the stove if it was accidentally left on via smartphone, or switching on the crockpot before getting home from work, Culina is purpose-built to deliver unrivaled convenience and peace of mind.
With the ability to set energy usage caps on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, Culina helps homeowners stay within their monthly utility budget and save energy in the kitchen through more efficient use of the dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, stove, and other common appliances.
Margaret Burns | CFO Margaret earned her degree in Financial Management from NYU.
Prior to joining Culina, Margaret spent seven years as CFO for a publicly-traded mobile tech company headquartered in Silicon Valley.
Martin Frink | CTO Martin is a Stanford University alumnus with extensive technical expertise and over a decade of experience at venture-backed tech companies.
He is responsible for Culina’s technical vision, heading up all aspects of our technological development, strategic direction, development, and future growth.
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To become the leading provider of Io T technology for kitchen appliances on a global scale with application across both residential and commercial properties.
Culina Tech is the next leading name in home automation and Io T.