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Nov 26, 2014


Mikkel Svane, Founder and CEO, Zendesk: After an inspirational trip to San Francisco in 1995, Mikkel launched what was one of Denmark's first horizontal community portals. Less than a year later the portal was acquired by a Danish newspaper and Mikkel founded Caput, a software company specializing in standard software...

Nov 24, 2014


This Episode Feature Kevin Rose. Kevin Rose in an entrepreneur, angel investor, and one of technology's most well-known faces. He's founded many companies including Digg, Revision3, WeFollow, and now Oink. He has invested in companies including, Path, Square, Foursquare, ngmoco, Twitter, Zynga, Formspring,...

Nov 19, 2014

Chrys is the Co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Secret. Prior to Secret, Chrys was a Product Manager at Google where he launched the photo-sharing community Photovine and contributed To Google+ and YouTube. He has built and launched several mobile social products such as Fliggo, TwitVid, Vidly and Treehouse....

Nov 17, 2014

Wayne D. Kimmel is the Founder and Managing Partner of Artists & Instigators, a venture capital company that he founded in 1999 that invests in consumer product and services companies. Some of Wayne's most successful investments include:


SeamlessWeb (acquired by ARAMARK)

Take Care Health Systems (acquired by...

Nov 14, 2014


Jason Goldman grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and graduated with a degree in Astrophysics from Princeton University. He was part of the Blogger team acquired by Google in 2003. He worked as a product manager for Google from 2003 to 2006. In 2007, he helped start Twitter Inc where he was Head of Product and served on...