Daniel Schultz is a natural entrepreneur and strategic executive. He is currently the Director and Founder of Leander Games, a gaming development company with offices in Argentina. In 2010 he sold his position as part-owner of a privately-held company, RealTime Gaming Asia (RTG Asia) based in Singapore. Previously, he held a 40% ownership position in KDMS which was sold in February 2006. He had been the most instrumental business development and operational strategy executive in building KDMS’s global market share, evolving the company to provide the best-in-class analysis and customer management tools to operators of its software. In addition, KDMS was the market leader in customer profiling, tracking, and relationship management using gaming and related mathematical simulation technologies.
Mr. Schultz’s successful entrepreneurial career began during college where he was founder and President of UM Cleaning Service for student rooms in dormitories at the University of Miami (1983-1986). Also during his college years, he was Vice President and 50% owner of Pearl Distributors, Inc. (1984-1986) which imported products from the Far and Mid-East for distribution in the U.S. It also exported mostly American products to Central and South America.
In 1998, Mr. Schultz served as Vice President and CEO of Miami Depot, Inc., a salvage business with retail, wholesale, and export divisions. From 1987-1998 he was part owner and Vice President-General Manager of RDS Venture, Inc., an import/export firm concentrating on sales of furniture, accessories and art to the wholesale design trade. From 1986-1987, he was the founder and Vice President-General Manager of Atlantic City Subs, Inc. with five (5) locations.
Mr. Schultz earned his Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the University of Miami in 1986, majoring in Economics and Business Management. He was awarded with the Isaac Bashevis Singer Scholarship granted to only 12 students world-wide. In 1985 he was selected as one of the top five of America’s College Entrepreneurs by Business Week Magazine.