Alexander Salahshour, an app designer and businessman, owns and operates two Beachwood, Ohio-based technology ventures: Agent Alarm, LLC, and CellFamily, LLC. The former provider offers a mobile app that allows real estate agents to inform friends, family, and first responders in the event they feel threatened while on the job. Potential customers can purchase the app through both Google Play and the iPhone App Store. Alexander Salahshour’s remaining business, CellFamily, developed an app that locks the phones of teenagers while they’re driving a vehicle. This, in turn, puts an end to the temptation to text and drive.
Since establishing his companies, Alexander Salahshour has secured partnerships with major retailers and industry organizations. For instance, Agent Alarm works closely with the National Association of Real Estate Brokers, and CellFamily is distributed through the likes of Best Buy.
In preparation for his career, Mr. Salahshour earned his bachelor’s degree in business from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Before pursuing higher education, he studied at Gilmour Academy, where he won the National Debate Championship.