Brick and mortar engineer living in the body of a tech company CEO. Banking technology in the past (Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan), Marketing technology in the present. A Londoner at heart. Using technology to cook beautiful dishes.
H. John Oechsle joined small business CRM software provider Swiftpage in July 2012 and currently serves as chief executive officer. John came to Swiftpage (www.act.com) with a 30 year track record of building highly profitable and sustainable revenue growth for emerging companies and established global leaders. John is an advocate for entrepreneurship and small business growth.
After co-founding a large retail chain in Chicago in the late 70's, Chris was persuaded by one of his mentors to get into the data, predictive analytics and marketing technology space. 35 years later, Chris has developed a reputation as a thought leader and pioneer in his industry. He's launched a number of successful startups, and he's run large corporate divisions at public companies including Equifax, Experian, MDC-Partners, and EDS/Neodata.
Andy Beal is The Original Online Reputation Expert. The CEO of Reputation Refinery and Trackur, Beal is an online reputation management consultant, award-winning blogger, professional speaker, and coauthor of the critically acclaimed book Radically Transparent: Monitoring & Managing Reputations Online. His latest book, Repped: 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation is an Amazon bestseller!
Amit Bendov is the co-founder and CEO of Gong.io, the # 1 conversation intelligence platform for sales. He brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in hyper-growth enterprise software startups managing product, marketing, and sales for global corporations. Prior to founding Gong.io, Amit was CEO of SiSense and CMO of Panaya.
Founder and President of BioWave, Brad Siff invented the signal technology behind BioWave's non-opioid, FDA-cleared, pain relief medical devices, which are now in use by 90 pro sports teams and 32 VA Hospitals. Brad holds undergraduate and master's degrees in engineering, as well as an MBA, all from Cornell.
Giles Palmer is the founder and CEO of Brandwatch, a leading social intelligence company. Formerly of BSkyB, Giles started Brandwatch and since its launch in August 2007, it has grown to become one of the worldâ€™s leading social media analytics and listening companies.
Robin is the CEO and co-founder of award-winning and quickly expanding startup Loop54. He holds a Master degree in Industrial engineering and management and has been into sales his whole career prior to Loop45. He currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden, together with the girlfriend and a judgmental dog.
Showpad is the second company Pieterjan has founded. In 2010 he co-founded the mobile development agency, In The Pocket and still serves on its board. Prior to In The Pocket, Pieterjan held senior roles at Netlog and Accenture and holds masters degrees in both Communication Sciences and International Business.
Omar Zenhom is the Co-founder and CEO of WebinarNinja, an all-inclusive, easy-to-use webinar platform that allows you to create a webinar in 10 seconds flat. He's also the the host of an iTunes Best of 2014 podcast, The $100 MBA Show. The $100 MBA Show has delivered 900+ lessons and counting to over 50,000 daily listeners.
introNetworks deployed the first social network for the 2003 TED Conference. Mark has successfully created hundreds of introNetwork Communities for global organizations to make a cultural change in how they connect with their audiences. As the co-founder of Wavefront in 1984, Mark helped develop Maya, the first commercial 3D animation system.
I'm an entrepreneur and co-founder of SoloSEO, the leading provider of DIY Website Marketing and SEO Tools. I live in Washington state and enjoy racing (triathlon, ironman, marathon, and spartan) and being adventurous with my 4 kids (hiking, backpacking, and camping).
Tradable Bits helps music and sports brands know their fans and market smarter. Their fan data platform is built one purpose: to create the best possible fan experiences. Music festivals and sports teams trust them to collect, analyze and activate their fan data at scale - increasing ROI with automated personalization.
I'm the founder and CEO at FunnelEnvy a startup solving B2B website and marketing optimization challenges with a SaaS platform. Arun and his team have optimized websites for some of the largest brands in the world. An engineer and serial entrepreneur, Arun wants to transform the way marketers experiment.
Mike Donnelly is the CEO & Founder of Seventh Sense, which is a system that optimizes the timing and frequency of email for sales and marketing professionals. The idea was conceived during Mike's 13 year career as an individual contributor and sales leader for emerging enterprise technology companies.
Todd Olson is CEO and Co-Founder of Pendo, a product experience platform that helps product managers deliver successful products. Before Pendo, Todd served as VP of Products at Rally Software Development which he led through its public offering. Todd joined Rally via its acquisition of 6th Sense, a company he founded and served as President and CTO.
Founder, CEO of Eyeview. Pioneer in video creative and advertising technology. Recognized leader, published in WSJ, Forbes more. Eyeview ranked 9th growing company in America. Oren hold degrees in Computer Science and Film, played professional basketball, runs Triathlons, performs stand-up in NYC served Israeliâ€™s special forces
Aaron is successful entrepreneur who has founded, built and sold multiple successful organizations. In 2012, Aaron was awarded the "Entrepreneur Startup Award of the Year"â€‹ by the Entrepreneur's Organization. Fessler is the founder and CEO of SPEEDVEGAS, a 100 acre exotic car driving experience in Las Vegas. Prior to founding SPEEDVEGAS, Aaron created MediaSentry, which became the largest provider of anti-piracy services for the motion picture and recording industries. Major clients were Sony Pictures, Warner Brothers, Fox, Disney, and MGM. The company was acquired by Safenet (NASDAQ: SFNT) in 2005 in a $20 million cash and stock transaction. Previously, Aaron founded The Allegro Group, which grew to become the largest provider of email services in the United States. The platform managed corporate messaging for Ford Motor Company, Mercedes Benz, Continental Airlines, and eight of the ten largest law firms in the United States. Allegro was acquired by Mail.com (NASDAQ: MAIL) in 1999 in a $40 million cash and stock transaction.
Joe Griffin is the CEO of ClearVoice, a content marketing platform and talent network that he co-founded in 2013. He has served in executive roles at Web.com and iCrossing, and has founded multiple companies. Joe has employed more than 500 SEO, social media, and content marketing experts over his career, and actively speaks and writes for major media outlets.
Stacy Chapman is the CEO and co-founder of SwoopTalent. Stacy has been in the talent systems industry for decades, as a vendor, practitioner and implementer. In all those situations, talent data has been a huge challenge, and every year data gets more important â€“ so, her current company solves that.
Hank is an internet marketer who has built both B2B and B2C companies. He grew his marketing service Vytmn to $105k/mo in revenue in a little over a year's time, only to be killed by changes to Twitter's platform. His next company â€“ growth agency Execute.LA - was acquired by Hawke Media January 2018. Hank is now VP Business Development at CoinCircle, a SaaS platform for ICOs and token sales.
Diego Gomes is the co founder of Rock Content, the leading content marketing platform in latin america. On my spare time I like to blog about SaaS at http://saasholic.com, support founders and do some small angel investments in SaaS
I also co authored the Brazil SaaS Landscape Research and the Brazil Startup report.
Orrin is a serial entrepreneur passionate about applying technology to helping salespeople be more successful and engaged with their customers. His current role leading Modus, a B2B sales enablement company, builds on his professional history in sales leadership, learning, and recruiting software. He describes himself as collaborative, focused, and driven.
Howard Marks is the co-founder and CEO at StartEngine Crowdfunding/Capital, the leader in Initial Coin Offerings and Online Public Offerings. Marks founded StartEngine with the mission to help entrepreneurs achieve their dreams. Marks was the founder and CEO of Acclaim Games, a publisher of online games now part of The Walt Disney Company. Before Acclaim, Marks was the co-founder of Activision Blizzard and Chairman of Activision Studios from 1991 until 1997. As co-founder, former Board Member, and Executive Vice-President of video game giant Activision, he and a partner took control in 1991 and turned the ailing company into the $50B market cap video game industry leader. As a games industry expert, Marks built one of the largest and most successful games studios in the industry selling millions of games. Marks is also named one of the 500 most influential people in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Business Journal. Marks is a member of Mayor Eric Garcetti's technology council. Marks has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan. He is bilingual and is a triple national of the U.S., United Kingdom, and France.
Before joining FotoWare, Anne Gretland held the position as COO in Compello group. Gretland spent 17 years in Microsoft, and held several leadership positions in Microsoft Norway and Western Europe HQ. She is one of the founders of ODA, the largest network for women in tech in the Nordics (8000 members). She is educated in USA and Norway, in communications, marketing and leadership. In 2017 she was named one of Norway's 50 leading IT women. Blog: www.annegretland.com