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Why Cosmic JS?

It's the mission of Cosmic JS to help developers and content editors work better together as they build amazing products. Cosmic JS Founders Tony Spiro and Carson Gibbons worked together for years in a digital agency where installed content management systems were used to publish content to the web.  After reinventing the wheel for every project, they decided to build a platform to fix many of the pain points in the development process.  Cosmic JS aims to make the application development process faster, easier, more scalable and more intuitive for developers and content editors alike. 

The Founders

Tony Spiro, CEO & Co-Founder

Tony Spiro is a software engineer with a background in building websites and apps for startups and Fortune 500 companies.  In the winter of 2014, while building out content management systems for different websites and apps he became frustrated with the problems of using an installed content management system.

He then set out to build the CMS that he wanted to use, one that would solve his problems of managing content across programming languages and devices.  He soon had an API-first content platform flexible enough for a developer and intuitive enough for a content editor, and Cosmic JS was born.

Carson Gibbons, CMO & Co-Founder

Carson Gibbons is a Dallas-based entrepreneur, marketer & Co-Founder of Cosmic JS. Carson is an advertising agency alum, having worked on accounts such as American Airlines, Carter BloodCare, Pizza Patron, Dallas Film Society, Delta Delta Delta Nationals, as well as an assortment of regional, local & non-profit clients. Carson has been recognized with 3 Dallas ADDYs and 2 District ADDYs for his brand management on digital & traditional campaigns. 


During Tony and Carson's last agency stint, Carson managed the scoping, strategy, production & brand management of interactive projects. Carson experienced the inefficiencies of locally installed content management systems, not only from a developer hours perspective but also from an overall infrastructure P&L standpoint. Carson joined forces with Tony to found Cosmic JS in an effort to bring cloud-based content platform services to the market to alleviate these issues.