|Alex Goldberg is an entrepreneur & angel, who invests in early-staged technology startups under the name Canary Ventures. Current projects include 1) Investing in B2B Enterprise software startups. 2) Incubating an “Enterprise Crowdsourcing” startup. 3) Running a large Dev-shop of Agile Software Consultants. Alex is an Advisor to the Nantucket Conference, and he is an active member of the New York Angels.|
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The best designers, entrepreneurs, and techies are already here in NY! Join us for Brunch and an After-Party.
Featuring: Sam Lundin, CEO Vimbly + more!
|Sam Lundin – CEO of Vimbly. Sam previously invested in tech companies at an $8 billion hedge fund, with a focus on the Internet space. Sam’s search for a photography class led him to Vimbly instead. Vimbly, as featured by Fox, CBS, and USA Today, shows available times for thousands of local activities — any of which can be booked directly with a best price guarantee. These include cooking, glassblowing, horseback riding, samurai sword fighting, improvisation, wine tasting, dance, and more.|
|Allison Strouse – Founder and CEO of Yarly, transforming how we communicate with our loved ones online. Allison graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and is currently a second year at Columbia Business School. In 2009 she left to San Francisco for a very successful stint at QuinStreet which IPOed during her time there. Allison is a go-getter and spends most of the week meeting new people at Tech events and showing off Yarly.|
|Tejpaul Bhatia – Cofounded Kaptur, a website and mobile application that algorithmically finds and collects everyone’s photos from any event, instantly. Kaptur grew organically to over 1 Million registered users and was acquired by AHALife. In its early days, Kaptur formed partnerships with Beyonce, David Guetta, and RedBull. Prior to founding Kaptur, Tej was senior business strategy manager for ESPN, where he conceptualized and launched ESPN3. Tej has a degree in Computer Science and is a board member of the New Leadership Council of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.|
Celebrating 2 years, over sixty dining events, five picnics, and a community of 1,500+ select members. Dinner at 7pm followed by drinks at 9pm in Chelsea.Log in to see attendee profiles
|Steven Rosenbaum – CEO Magnify.net the leading video curation platform for publishers. Author Curation Nation (McGraw Hill / 2011). NYCEDC Entrepreneur at Large working to foster the burgeoning NYC startup environment. Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker. Creator of MTV UNfiltered. Regular blogger on technology and the evolution of the internet for Forbes, Huffington Post, and Fast Company.|
|David Cascino – CEO Thunderclap. Dave co-founded AI Capital, a high frequency trading platform for executing arbitrage algorithms. He then led engineering at adaptive learning startup Knewton before founding Thunderclap.it, the worlds first crowd speaking platform.|
|Dan Gurney – CEO Concert Window. Dan Gurney has developed Concert Window into a platform to allow any musician to monetize their live shows online. He is a graduate of Harvard College and a six-time United States National Accordion Champion. In his spare time he is a member of NYC-based band The Yanks, whose debut album was the #1 Top Seller on Bandcamp.|
|Jonathan Daily – CTO Concert Window as well as an experienced entrepreneur. He founded his first startup, WeTxt – a group text messaging app – in 2007, and has been co-founding and leading startup tech teams ever since. He has also been an active member of the Brooklyn music scene for years. He currently sings and plays guitar for Brooklyn post-punkers The Black Black|
|Andie Simon is a consultant for both the music and video game industries. She was SVP of Interactive Media at Warner Music Group where she oversaw the video game business and all of WMG’s interactive media strategy, including spearheading interactive business development and leading product innovation. In May of 2012 Andie left WMG after 13 years to consult with Electronic Arts on a music project. In 2013 she was also working with XBox Music for Microsoft.|