Originally from Guatemala, moved to madrid to build a virtual workplace that enhances productivity for remote work; I genuinely believe it can be done. With this, there'll be no limits for undeveloped countries, which have so many people with an unmeasurable desire for success but lacks education, and decent, fair job offers.
Allie Magyar, Hubb CEO, is a skilled entrepreneur and technology maven with over 15 years of experience driving successful technology enabled service companies. Allie has been named a 2017 Portland Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, a 2017 Top Woman Entrepreneur by Smart Meetings Magazine and, in 2018 was an EY Pacific NW Entrepreneur of the Year finalist.
Full stack developer, co-founder of Digicoop, the company behind Kantree.
Master degree in Electronic Engineering in 1992, worked initially in the aerospace industry in Italy, England and the Netherlands. Founded his first company in 1995 (system integrator still active with 20+ employees), then a FHOSTER in 2008 (raised €1.2M from private investors and a VC fund), recently a company in the IoT industry.
Husband to Irene. Father to Abbey and Mike. Studied Statistics at Michigan. Play sports, especially golf and paddle tennis. Love to use data to analyze things. Professionally that means using data to help CPG companies make better decisions. Personally, that means a love for poker and wagering.
Sujoy is Cofounder and CEO at Airim. It was founded in April 2017.
Airim is a virtual assistant that reduces the huge time and effort users spend in trying to find relevant information for them while exploring a website or a web app. Currently, it is used 2 million times a day in websites of businesses of all sizes across four continents.
I help companies to maximize their email channel ROI by providing the tools and knowledge to achieve just that. I play an active role in overseeing all product development, international marketing initiatives, and channel development. I believe people that I work with appreciate my creative & innovative thinking. I’m not all work, I love extreme water sports.
French internet pionnier. PhD in theoretical physics. Co-founded Weborama in 1998, survived the internet bubble crash, got listed on the french stock market in 2006. Founded Yoolink in 2008, pivoted to noCRM 4 years ago.
Now more than 2 500 customers worldwide using our SaaS software to close more deals.
Nonprofits struggle to identify the right KPIs that enable them to evaluate whether the projects they do are truly making a lasting impact. Makerble suggests KPIs to nonprofits and provides them with a database, survey tool and analytics platform which lets them track their impact in real-time and share that data with their funders and donors.
Serial entrepreneur, working online since 1998. Investing.com is on its way to becoming a privately funded unicorn - offices across the globe over 300 employees and 60m in revenue. Oitchau is a time an attendance solution which started in Brazil to Solve the problem of 3m annual labor law related lawsuits in the country.
Tom Cameron abandoned a Structural Engineering career in 1997 to pursue Internet technologies. He has founded multiple small businesses and 2 Internet SaaS businesses. He currently lives in Brisbane Australia where he co-manages a coworking space, manages todo.vu and still has a hand in a web consulting business he founded 18 years ago.
I worked during 12 years in Pepsico Mexico and Latin America in several positions, started as Senior Financial Planning, and finished as Finance Director for IT & Innovation Area for Latam.
Dave Bell is an entrepreneur and recognized pioneer in the fields of mobile entertainment and digital content distribution. He has been featured in and is a frequent contributor to Inc. Magazine, Newsweek, VentureBeat, Website Magazine, Mobile Marketer, Mobile Retailer and numerous other publications. Dave is currently the Co-Founder & CEO of Gummicube - the leading global provider of data, technology, and services for App Store Optimization.
Joel Carusone is the CEO of Radius, the first B2B enterprise customer data platform. Joel holds a wealth of knowledge on, and passion for, the CDP space, and was one of the original architects of Radius Unify, the first ever, fully-flexible B2B CDP, bringing the new solution to market.
Dr. Don Brown’s first company was acquired by EDS in 1986. He founded Software Artistry in 1988 which became the first software company in Indiana to IPO. Don then founded and served as CEO of Interactive Intelligence which went public in 1999 and was acquired in 2016 for $1.4 billion. He started LifeOmic in late 2016. Don received a BS in physics, a MS in computer science, and an MD from Indiana University. He also received a MS in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University in 2017.
Rich’s passion for inventing and tinkering was ignited at an early age, when he attached some wires to a battery and a lightbulb and lit up his childhood bedroom for the first time. It also happened to be around the time he saw the movie Flubber, so it’s safe to say his fate was sealed.
Rich has a patent related to the military space and has experienced how difficult it is to get the products he’d spent years developing and prototyping actually made- this led to the creation of Inventaprint with his twin brother, Roland.
Rich has worked on numerous critical global supply chain initiatives across various multi-billion dollar industrial companies in the Aviation, Oil & Gas, Locomotive, and Renewable Energy sectors. He advises on hardware-related inventions and can be found doodling designs for new product ideas in his (non-existent) free time.
inCast is a leading influencer marketing platform focused on Instagram. inCast works with top Instagram celebrities and micro-influencers on marketing campaigns in Brazil and United States. inCast is a member of Startup Farm Incubator program based at Google Campus Sao Paulo.
Founder/CEO of Motiva AI, Partner at venture studio The Data Guild, David is a serial entrepreneur. Previously he founded Social Kinetics (sold to RedBrick Health) and Proximal Labs (sold to Jive Software). He served as Chief Social Scientist at Jive and part of the team that took Jive to an IPO in 2011. He began his career as Program Manager for DARPA's CALO, the largest machine learning project funded by the US Government. Today he's an active early stage investor and advisor.
Jay Hakami is the Founder, President, and CEO of Sky IT Group an 18-year-old SaaS solutions provider, headquartered in NYC. Mr. Hakami’s 30+ years of successful executive leadership roles have always focused on in depth understanding of business challenges and solving them with deployment of creative and practical IT solutions.
Prior to founding Sky IT Group, for a period of 10 years, Mr. Hakami served as Senior VP at large system integrator with overall responsibility of operations, marketing, sales, and services delivery of an ERP and business intelligence solutions to the apparel manufacturing and distribution industries.
In 2000 Mr. Hakami has founded Sky IT Group. During the first few years the business focus was around business intelligence and data warehouse projects specifically within the fashion industry. The industry and technology expertise offered by Sky IT Group have helped create one of the most successful industry focused technology company in the US.
In 2007, recognizing the need to improve the communication between the brands/suppliers and retailers with timely, accurate product sales performance trends and insights, Mr. Hakami - with the help of data scientists and industry experts – launched the development of a SaaS platforms; SKYPAD for Wholesalers focuses on sell-through data collection, cleansing and insights for suppliers across all their sales channels and SKYPAD for Retailers that provides large multi-vendor retailers with a platform to accurately and securely distribute their sell-through data to their brands/suppliers.
SKYPAD is considered today to be the most comprehensive, scalable, and secure SaaS B2B platform for product sales trends and insights for both retailers and their suppliers/brands. SKYPAD collects sell-through data from 170+ retailers globally across 4 continents, servicing 500+ mostly luxury and beauty brands and being utilized daily by 1400+ users to make business decisions based on facts.
Sam Pollaro is the CEO of Venga, a Washington, DC-based technology company that uses big data to help restaurants and fitness companies better understand and engage with their guests. Before co-founding Venga, Sam was the founder of Petals for the People, a business that revolutionized the sale and distribution of fresh cut flowers.
Mr. Pollaro holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Clipr is a solution to create and publish mobile webpages inspired by stories format (insta & snap).
Since companies struggle to convert on mobile, we make them achieve their objectives (sales lead loyalty) & monetize attention.
Founder and CEO of LogSentinel. Senior software engineer and architect with experience in big companies like Ericsson and TomTom. Former IT advisor to the deputy prime minister of Bulgaria. Regular speaker on IT conferences and technical blogger. Member of the jury of the International linguistics olympiad. Author of algorithmic music composer.
With over 20 years of experience in the technology industry, Marc is helping to revolutionize manufacturing sales enablement technology as part of the global Industry 4.0 movement. Atlatl Software offers a portfolio of disruptive software solutions that are the most efficient way to transform sales prospects and opportunities into customers while driving revenue in a matter of minutes.
Benjamin Dell is the founder and CEO at Missinglettr (a social marketing automation company that automatically creates 12 months worth of social content for each blog post you publish). He previously owned a web agency for over 10 years (acquired). During this time he also launched a number of SaaS startups (two of which were acquired). Benjamin is passionate about empowering businesses and brands with tools that help them succeed.