Kate Bradley Chernis is the Founder & CEO of Lately, which uses AI to automatically transform longform content like blogs, podcasts and videos into dozens of ""smart"" social posts it learns will yield the highest engagement from your audience. As a former marketing agency owner, Kate initially created the idea for Lately out of spreadsheets for then-client, Walmart, and got them a 130% ROI, year-over-year for three years. Prior to founding Lately, Kate served 20 million listeners as Music Director and on-air host at Sirius/XM. She’s also an award-winning radio producer, engineer and voice talent with 25 years of national broadcast communications, brand-building, sales and marketing expertise.
Derek Steer is the CEO of Mode, a new startup enabling data scientists to share and discover work. With Mode, analysts are more productive and connected, both publicly within the data community and privately within organizations.Before co-founding Mode in 2013, Derek was an early member of Yammer’s Analytics team. There, he built tools to identify strong leads and customers at risk of attrition within a pool of freemium users. Derek has also worked in antitrust economics and on the Monetization Analytics team at Facebook.
Anne-Laure Le Cunff is the founder of Ness Labs, an online platform offering neuroscience-based content and coaching to thousands of entrepreneurs and knowledge workers. Prior to Ness Labs, she led marketing for digital health products at Google. She holds a MSc in applied neuroscience from King's College London.
Former banker & 2nd time founder, Keren Moynihan is the CEO/co-founder of Boss Insights. Boss Insights offers Business Data as a Service. Their single API enables easy access to hundreds of sources (Quickbooks, SalesForce, Stripe) bridging data gaps between banks and business customers in under 1 minute. Banks know where a business was, is and will be on demand. Keren has 15+ years' experience in financial services as a banker, advisor and is on the Commonwealth’s Women Invested Advisory Council. Under her leadership, Boss was awarded the 2020 Unicorn Challenge and 2019 Executive leader in lending, featured in Forbes, ABA and The Financial Brand for saying Banks must adopt APIs or Fintechs will win.
Patrick has worked with solar for over 20 years, and maintains a diverse background in design, social enterprise and manufacturing. Volunteering in developing countries has inspired Patrick to create solar solutions that meet essential needs like cooking, cooling and sanitation.
Will has over a decade of experience helping SaaS and software businesses solve their strategic financial challenges. During that timeframe, Will has led, operated, advised and/or invested in over 100 SaaS and software companies. In March 2019, Will founded KPI Sense to re-invent the concept of outsourced CFO and FP&A work for SaaS and Software businesses. Using tech-enabled automation and vertical market expertise within SaaS, KPI Sense offers a blended product and service solution that allows companies to tackle all of the financial needs, including financial modeling, analytics, forecasting, budgeting, fundraising and M&A.
Erin is an entrepreneur, speaker, startup advisor, and former technology journalist. She is co-founder and CEO at Willful, an online estate planning platform. She has appeared in publications including The New York Times, Forbes, and CNN, and she was named one of Marketing Magazine's top 30 Under 30 marketers.
Kasper has been an industry leader in the L&D space for over 25 years. He has made an impact on this ever-evolving field as CEO of the fast growing scale up Easygenerator and as an e-learning blogger (kasperspiro.com), author and speaker at various e-learning conferences around the world.
Dr. Lindy Ledohowski (B.A., B.Ed., M.A., Ph.D.) was a former English teacher and then English professor in Canada before becoming an EdTech CEO for academic writing software platform, EssayJack. She has won numerous awards for her teaching, research, and publications, and is now an award-winning entrepreneur. She has published both peer-reviewed scholarship and popular pieces on writing and offers keynote addresses on webinars on EdTech, leadership, and academic writing.
Nicholas Chepesiuk is the Founder & CEO of OnCall Health. Prior to starting OnCall in 2016, Nicholas was an early hire at education technology company Top Hat, and marketing technology company Turnstyle (acquired by Yelp).
Started first business (online industrial directory) in 1999 in South Africa, and is still in operation today. Personally moved to UK in 2001 to have a more politically stable business base. Then moved to USA in 2006, as US based clients began to increase. Over the years we morphed from an industrial directory to a digital marketing agency. In 2014 co-founder and I began discussing how to solve lead tracking and reporting problem with marketing clients. We officially launched WhatConverts in March 2015. We've enjoyed the boot-strapped growth, and as a company it feels like we're still in the early stages of where we're going.
Alogpix is the only place to understand eCommerce market share, pricing, and promotions of your competitors and category in real-time .
Powering Fortune 50 CPGs and Marketplaces, Algopix gives you a window into now, not weeks ago with 1P + 3P Coverage
so you can adjust to current market conditions, boost sessions and conversions with more relevant merchandising and pricing.
Co founder and CEO of WildJar
First startup. Bootstrapped - started in 2016.
Born in New Zealand, grew up in Australia and currently living in the Scotland 🐑🐑🐑
I am a serial Entrepreneur (my third Startup got acquired for a 17x return to investors by $SPLK) and I love making companies with a little bit of funding, tons of freedom and small teams. I am an active Angel Investor, organizer of many tech meetups in LA and I still write code (I have a super strong engineering background).
I have been a speaker/lecturer to tons of events all over the world about Entrepreneurship and Startups and I love helping founders.
Credo was founded and is run by John Doherty. John has almost a decade of experience in SEO and online marketing. Before starting Credo, he ran marketing/growth for HotPads and Trulia Rentals, part of the Zillow Group family of real estate brands. Before that he was a consultant at Distilled, where he was the most senior consultant and a founding member of the New York City office. During his time there he consulted with everyone from small VC-backed startups (who closed rounds of funding because of his work) to large international hotel chains with multiple brands and brand needs. He lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife Courtney and their very large black labrador Butterbean.
As CEO of Atrium, Chris leads a world-class team in empowering companies to embrace the next generation of tech through the power of AI. Chris brings more than 15 years of sales, professional services and marketing experience across solution areas including CRM, business intelligence, enterprise integration, and custom application development.
Prayag is founder and Executive Chairman of LeadGenius. Before founding LeadGenius in 2011, Prayag worked at Finland’s top research institute as an expert in Ubiquitous Interaction and built mobile applications and embedded systems in Delhi’s startup scene. He is an author of several book chapters and papers on Human Computer Interaction, Computer Networks and Network Security. He has a M.S. in Information Science from U.C. Berkeley and a B.S. degree from Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology India. Connect via twitter @prayagn. He describes himself as, “a standup guy who loves history, poetry, startups and Scotch.”
Eric is a Central Oregon native, Cal Poly graduate and startup founder with a passion for entrepreneurship. Whether it be building a tech company from the ground up, investing in real estate or flipping cars on craigslist, a desire to construct his own success has inspired his actions.
Lesley Eccles is the Founder and CEO of Relish, the first-ever relationship training app making it easier to build happy, healthy, more connected relationships. She was previously co-founder and former head of marketing at FanDuel, the billion dollar fantasy sports company. Lesley also served on FanDuel’s board of directors.
Jag Singh, Vid.camera founder and CEO
Web accessibility testing has a problem: testing after the fact. Tenon seeks to solve that. Tenon is a one of a kind accessibility testing tool in that it is aimed at offering unprecedented flexibility in tooling for designers developers testers and content authors.
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