Ryan Austin is an entrepreneur who has spent over 10 years driving improvements in learning and development. In his current role as CEO at Synapse, Ryan is focused on developing innovative products to help learning teams increase productivity and create impactful training at scale. Prior to Synapse, Ryan served as Senior Vice President for World Trade Group, an organization that offers live events, online products, and training courses.
Co-Founder of Ubiweb, 15+ years sales experience (15 in online marketing) - developed a turn-key all-in-one solution for SMBs for their online marketing - primarily targeting Canada currently. Started out of my basement with one partner and boostrapped our way (so far) to over 700+ clients and over 20+ colleagues
Pierre joined SpotMe in 2001 as a software engineer. In 2004, after a research position on distributed algorithms at NTT Japan, he returned to SpotMe and led the pivot from proprietary hardware to SaaS, with SpotMe becoming the leading pure play event engagement platform. Pierre is a graduate from INSEAD and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
In Genially we provide a tool to create interactive communication experiences and more engaging content for more than 2 million users worldwide. I participate in tasks such as the business development strategy, funding processes, public relationships, etc.
Bohumil studied Innovation Management and Marketing in Denmark and in the USA. After his studies, he was invited to launch a social media tool developed in a leading ad agency in Central Europe.
In less than 4 years, he and his team built a tool with more than 4000 brands and agencies on board such as IKEA, BBDO or VML.
Bohumil is in the Forbes 30 under 30 list and became Founder of a year in Slovakia (2019).
Designer with 10+ years of experience and founder of Trakto.io, a design software for non-designers with hundreds of clients all over the world.
As co-founder and CEO of Nth Round, Graham runs all aspects of Nth Round operations: from product development, to sales and marketing, to customer support. Before starting the company, Graham started in product design and development at Relay Network, after which he joined the quantitative investment firm AJO Partners.
Bryan Clayton is CEO and cofounder of GreenPal an online marketplace that connects homeowners with Local lawn care professionals. GreenPal has been called the “Uber for lawn care” by Entrepreneur magazine and has over 100,000 active users completing thousands of transactions per day.
Before starting GreenPal Bryan Clayton founded Peachtree Inc. one of the largest landscaping companies in the state of Tennessee growing it to over $10 million a year in annual revenue before it was acquired by Lusa holdings in 2013.
Bryan‘s interest and expertise are related to entrepreneurialism, small business growth, marketing and bootstrapping businesses from zero revenue to profitability and exit.
Zeb Evans is a serial entrepreneur that's started several software companies with over $100 million in revenue. Currently, he's founder and CEO at ClickUp, a productivity platform where people plan their work.
I’m the founder and CEO of Richter and companies. Started the company (bootstrapped) in 2008 at the beginning of the economic collapse. Currently own 6 companies. We’ve made the Inc 5000 list 5 consecutive years. Today, we work with many of the largest B2B companies in the world.
My name is Pippin Williamson.
I am a nature loving farm boy that somehow found his way into computers, Internet, and business.
I run a company called Sandhills Development, LLC. We build eCommerce and membership software for websites.
Mads Wedderkopp 24 year old CEO & founder of QuickOrder. Been leasing since the age of 17 where he lead a sales team of 8 people, at 18 he was in charge of 120 people.
Founded QuickOrder age 18, and has since grown the Company from 5 co-founders to 40+ employees.
Digital marketer turned tech founder, built a platform in 2013 to solve his own problems, which eventually turned into a business in 2015. Lives in Sunny San Diego, CA.
Khaled Naim is Co-Founder & CEO of Onfleet, the world’s fastest growing provider of last mile delivery management software. Since its launch in 2015, Onfleet has grown to power millions of deliveries per month for thousands of businesses around the world. Clients include Gap, Total Wine & More, Capsule, Imperfect Foods, and United Supermarkets. Onfleet handles route optimization, dispatching, real-time driver tracking, proof of delivery, analytics and customer communications. Onfleet was ranked #124 on the Inc 5000 list of America’s fastest growing companies in 2019 and #13 in San Francisco Business Times’ Fast100 list of the Bay Area’s 100 fastest growing companies. Khaled is a mentor at Startupbootcamp and Syria Digital Lab. He is based in San Francisco.
Guillaume is the Co-founder and CEO of lemlist, a platform that helps sales teams book more meetings and close more deals with their prospect.
In less than two and a half years he and his team grew lemlist from 0 to 8000+ customers worldwide (more than $2,000,000 ARR) without any fundings.
He is also the founder of the sales automation family, the coolest and biggest facebook community about sales automation!
Alberto Fantappie is the Founder and CEO of Wemby and has more than 10 years experience in the tech sector. Before founding Wemby he was at the International Committee of the Red Cross, in charge of HR and finance for multiple offices for 2 years, notably in Afghanistan and South Sudan. Previous to that, he led the South Europe marketing team at Zalando, managing a budget in excess of €70M. Before that, he bootstrapped a short-term property rentals app, reaching €60K in revenues in the first 10 months of operations, he also held roles in management consulting, investment bank and was an intern at Google. He holds Maters in Management from City University in London and the ESCP business school, and has a BA in Politics and human rights.
Michael Lewis is the founder of Stellar Semiconductor which was sold to Broadcom in 2000, then went on to found Cryptic Studios which was sold to Atari in 2008. For the past decade Michael has been deeply involved in charitable efforts through the Anspar Foundation (formerly The Lewis Charitable Foundation).
I'm a Chicago-based entrepreneur, and my love for connecting people and solving problems led me to found ChoreRelief, a marketplace that transforms the experience property owners have when they need to hire help for maintenance. This venture is an outgrowth of my passion for building powerful and lasting relationships, and it's very rewarding.
Typically, hiring someone to help with a property is confusing for landlords and messy or expensive for tradespeople and contractors. We've turned that on its head by making them — the property owner/manager and the repairperson — the stakeholders in the transaction while we facilitate in the background. They control the time and the price, and we provide the network and the infrastructure to connect them.
We use artificial intelligence to automate our recruiting process for tradespeople (candidate sourcing, screening, and job matching), and we have thousands of vetted contractors in our system.
I am dedicated to partnering with leaders to discover how we can benefit their businesses. If you're interested, I'm open to hearing from you.
Since moving to Chicago years ago, I have been involved in the real estate, beauty, and manufacturing industries. Whatever the business sector, I have always been drawn to the concept of a true and open marketplace where both parties have all the control over their outcome of working together. That's what my team and I have built at ChoreRelief, and I'd be proud to tell you more.
I have two cats and a dog, and when I'm not taking care of them, I like to read in my free time. If you've read something amazing lately, I'd appreciate your recommendation.
To get in touch with me, email: email@example.com
2x founder with 2 successful exits. Head of Growth for SureSwift Capital. Moonlighting as the CEO of Checkli at night.