Effective the 31st of March, Trulia co-founder Sami Inkinen is shedding his management duties as President, and remaining on the company’s board of directors. The news of the decision was announced by Inkinen in his blog post.
Inkinen co-founded Trulia in 2005 with CEO Pete Flint, and served as the company's COO until February of last yea, when Paul Levine was brought in as as his successor in the position.
In December of 2011, Trulia brought onboard two additional team members, executives Sean Aggarwal as CFO and Scott Darling as General Counsel. The new additions may move the company toward an eventual initial public offering.
“In the last 24 months, we’ve significantly built out our senior management team, attracting some of the best talent in Silicon Valley. The accelerating growth in the last two years is a true testimony to the strength of our core business and expanded leadership team, including my COO successor Paul, who joined the team a year ago. This makes me very confident about the future ahead of us!” Said Inkinen in his blog, announcing his stepping down from his position as President of Trulia.
The company has consistently grown its audience between 50% and 100% each year during its five years of operations. Priding themselves in having a great team, solving problems and creating new innovations for the common goal of becoming the category leader in online real estate in the U.S.