David Crow is currently the Evangelist in Residence at OMERS Ventures. Previously he was the founder of Influitive. He has been a consultant and advisor with startups focusing on product, marketing and early customer customer acquisition. He is the host of DemoCamp, Founders & Funders and can be found stirring the pot at StartupNorth.ca. Talk to David on Clarity.
Brant help startups get started. In this book, “The Lean Entrepreneur” Brant and co-author Patrick Vlaskovits break down why lean, why now, how to, and provide extraordinary examples of entrepreneurs applying lean principles inside and outside tech. Brant is a happy papa, loyal brother, and appreciative son. Talk to Brant on Clarity
Mike has spent over 10 years acting as a bridge between product design, strategy, management and execution. He started as a product designer at IBM, became Director of Firefox at Mozilla, and most recently joined Wattpad as Head of Product. He is a problem solver, a product manager, a software designer, an erstwhile teacher, an occasional dreamer, a full time pragmatist, and a stalwart Canadian.
Kate is a User Experience strategist and designer with a talent for bringing companies and customers closer together through lean strategies, inventive design and participatory practices. Kate’s background spans technology, marketing, interactive media, business management and organizational development.
Laura Fitton, HubSpot's Inbound Marketing Evangelist, previously co-authored Twitter for Dummies and founded oneforty.com. Laura is credited with convincing Guy Kawasaki and thousands of tech execs that Twitter would have real business value. She founded the first Twitter for Business consultancy, Pistachio Consulting, in 2008 and has been speaking professionally about the business use of Twitter since 2007. Talk to Laura on Clarity.
Danielle Morrill is the CEO & Cofounder of Referly. She was previously the 1st non-founding member of cloud communications platform company Twilio. She advocates for and advises entrepreneurs through Startup Weekend, Twilio Fund, and as a mentor to 500 Startups. She was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 for Social/Mobile Technology in 2011. Talk to Danielle on Clarity
Scott Kveton is the co-founder and CEO of Urban Airship, which helps the world's top brands do great things in mobile. Kveton is widely recognized as an expert on mobile app strategy, user engagement and cloud infrastructure, and was named a Top 10 Mobile Mover for 2012 by VentureBeat.
Dan is the co-founder of Clarity a marketplace that connects entrepreneurs to get great business advice. Previously he co-founded Flowtown, a social marketing platform for small businesses. An award-winning entrepreneur, at 25, Dan formed his first start-up. Now he spends the majority of his time looking at ways to build a bridge between Silicon Valley and New Brunswick, Canada. Talk to Dan on Clarity.
Michael graduated from Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo in 2011. During his tenure at the University, he co-founded LittEnergies, PhoneWreck and Redwoods Media. During his 4th year of studies, Redwoods Media grew to over $300,000 in revenue and the necessity of a platform to manage the content became apparent. Talk to Mike on Clarity.
Mark Organ is the founder and CEO of Influitive, helping companies mobilize their army of advocates to produce massive increases in referral leads, reference calls, social media participation and more. Previously Mark was the founding CEO of Eloqua, the world leader in marketing automation software, recently acquired for $871M. Mark has both bootstrapped companies and financed them with over $40M raised across 12 rounds. Talk to Mark on Clarity.