Hi, I’m

Andrew Thomas

I’m an entrepreneur.

I create meaningful things. Right now, I’m creating the future of the smart home.

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One of the top entrepreneurs in the Internet of Things

– Entrepreneur.com

Who is Andrew Thomas?

I’m an entrepreneur focused on creating meaningful companies and products. As a founder of SkyBell, an internet of things company, I’m making homes and neighborhoods safer with a video doorbell you answer from a smartphone. As an IoT expert, I’m shaping the future of the smart home. As an inventor, I envision products and platforms that bring meaningful impact to our lives.

As an advisor, I support founders and startups with direct experience and expertise in product, IoT, platform, funding and business development. As a writer,  I contribute articles to Inc.com, Forbes and Huffington Post, sharing the lessons I’ve learned as a founder. As a person, I live the process of personal evolution – continually striving to be the best expression of myself.

Internet of Things | Startups | Crowdfunding | Product | Funding

The power to create is our greatest gift. We should use it to create meaningful products, organizations and relationships that uplift everyone they touch.

Recent Press

Mention: Quoted in Forbes Article on IoT

“A couple years ago, people would dismiss our product,” said Andrew Thomas, cofounder of SkyBell, a maker of video doorbells. “It wasn’t a solution that unified the completely connected smart home. It wasn’t a platform and that was the industry holy grail.”

Andrew Thomas

Mention: Named as a Hax Mentor

Hax, a hardware accelerator in San Francisco, has recently added me as a mentor! I'm thrilled at every opportunity to give back to aspiring entrepreneurs.

Andrew Thomas

Mention: Good Morning America Interview

"Of course," I said. Then I proceeded to take apart all the lights in my hotel room in Austin and prepare a make-shift interview set for my interview. When ABC's Good Morning America says they want an interview...you do what you need to do!

Andrew Thomas

Article: 7 Rockstar Female Founders Share Their Best Startup Advice

There's proof in the data. According to Bloomberg and research by Lesa Mitchell and Professor Vivek Wadhwa, women-led high-tech startups are more capital efficient, achieve 35 percent higher return on investment, and generate 12 percent higher revenue than male-owned companies when venture-backed. Despite these facts, women receive less venture funding and hold fewer C-level positions and fewer pa … Read More