Tyler Dikman

Tyler started LoungeBuddy to solve a problem he experienced while flying over 1.5 million miles. The LoungeBuddy platform was created to provide the most accurate resource for airport lounge information in the world while helping airport lounges to generate ancillary revenue by selling their excess capacity to travelers who don’t have access when space permits.

Prior to LoungeBuddy, Tyler started a technology consulting company at the age of 15, co-founded a consumer-focused startup at at the age of 23, and was in charge of partnerships for a technology infrastructure startup. Tyler has appeared in hundreds of media sources around the world including Fortune, WSJ, NY Times, Reuters, CNBC, NPR, LA Times, and was named a Top 25 Entrepreneur under the age of 25 by Businessweek — two years in a row.

  • CEO & CO-founder, LoungeBuddy

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