Where shall we go?

Tomo exists to help people everywhere answer one simple question: Where shall we go? Tomo was born out of building Roadtrippers, an award winning map platform where travelers can seamlessly discover, plan, book, and navigate their next trip, all in one place.

Today, dozens of the top travel brands—including our own Roadtrippers and CamperMate products—use Tomo to build digital experiences that inspire, connect, and move their audiences. Tomo has raised over $14M in venture funding and has 50 employees across its Cincinnati headquarters, New Zealand office, and distributed teams.

Tomo HQ

131 E McMicken Ave
Cincinnati, OH
United States


5/206 Jervois Road
Herne Bay
Auckland 1011
New Zealand


James Fisher

Co-founder, CEO

Before turning his sights on Tomo, James co-founded Roadtrippers in 2012 and lead it to become the fastest growing map-based travel planner in the market. He has built businesses in real estate, travel, and clean tech. James is a proud country lad from Suffolk, England, an avid traveler, and spends his spare time restoring a historic Cincinnati brewery building.

Joshua Smibert


Prior to joining Tomo, Joshua co-founded Carbon Ads, a venture-backed vertical ad network which was acquired by Buy Sell Ads in December of 2012. He also built the Fuel Brand Network, a group of web publications he ran as Managing Editor with Adelle Charles until it was acquired by Design Crowd in early 2012.

Jimmy Secretan


Previously Jimmy was VP of Engineering at Sonobi, where his team built an advertising marketplace for guaranteed media buys. Prior to that he was Chief Scientist at Korrelate (acquired by J.D. Powers). Jimmy has a PhD in Computer Engineering from University of Central Florida.

John Lauck

Co-founder, VP Engineering

John was intrigued by computers and software in elementary school. He pursued this interest personally and earned a BS of Math and Computer Science. Professionally, he exercised his interest in software and technology with roles at both startups and larger companies including Clear Channel and Vitrue (acquired by Oracle). John also appreciates coffee—a lot. Locally-roasted-coffee in hand, John leads the engineering team at Tomo. Talk to John about Ruby on Rails, Javascript, Postgres, building scalable web services or your favorite Seinfeld episode.