Jon Steinberg is the President of BuzzFeed in NYC. He is an Ex-Googler previously as a Strategic Partner Development Manager on Google’s SMB (Small Medium Business) Partnerships team. Prior to Google, Jon was the Director of Business Development at Majestic Research and the founder of iBuilding, a commercial real estate software company backed by Tishman Speyer Properties, Benchmark Capital, and 12 Entrepreneuring. He is a graduate of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and holds an MBA from Columbia University. .
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Google is offering startups $1,000 of credit to start building applications on Google App Engine. App Engine is a development platform that makes applications easy to write, simple to scale, and trivial to manage. Use verification code: SGAE-02
Future Startup Grind Events:
Startup Grind San Francisco: Ali Pincus, One Kings Lane on May 30th, 2013.
Alison Pincus is the Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of One Kings Lane. A digital media veteran, Alison was inspired to co-create One Kings Lane to converge her passion for e-shopping and design. Alison oversees business development and strategic partnerships. Previously, Alison held digital marketing and business development positions at The Walt Disney Company, NBC and Hachette Filipacchi. Alison received her MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management and her BS from UC Berkeley. Register here!
Startup Grind Philadelphia: Gabriel Weinberg, DuckDuckGo on June 5th, 2013.
Gabriel Weinberg is the CEO and Founder of DuckDuckGo, a search engine that does not track you and has better instant answers. DuckDuckGo is gaining more and more market share every year and is widely considered a Top 5 search engine. Previously, Gabriel founded NamesDatabase, which was sold to Classmates.com in 2006 for $10MM. Gabriel was educated at MIT, with a B.S. in Physics and an M.S. in Technology and Policy. He is an active angel investor and is currently the Chapter Director of Open Angel Forum Philadelphia. He is also an active blogger on all things startup.
Startup Grind Silicon Valley: Jessica Livingston, Y Combinator on June 6th, 2013.
Jessica Livingston is a partner at Y Combinator. She was previously VP of marketing at investment bank Adams Harkness, where she managed an award-winning rebranding of the company. She is the author of Founders at Work (2007), a book of interviews with startup founders, and writes regularly about YC on her blog. She has a BA in English from Bucknell.
Startup Grind DC: Jim Bankoff, Vox Media on June 10th, 2013.
Jim is CEO and Chairman of Vox Media, a global internet media company that currently has three major editorial brands, SB Nation, The Verge, and Polygon, a video-gaming site. SB Nation, its sports brand, boasts over 30mm users per month across 300 individually branded, fan-centric sports communities, each covering a specific professional or college team, league or sport. The Verge has quickly established itself as a category leader and the fastest growing site that covers technology. Polygon is a site dedicated to news and community for fans of gaming, anchored by an all-star roster of writers. The company enjoys support from leading investors including Accel Partners, Comcast Interactive Capital and Khosla Ventures. Register here!
Startup Grind LA: Mark Suster, GRP Partners on June 12th, 2013.
Mark is an entrepreneur, angel investor, blogger, Techstars mentor, and investment partner at GRP Partners, joining them in 2007 after having worked with the firm for nearly 8 years as a two-time entrepreneur. Most recently Mark was Vice President of Product Management at Salesforce.com following its acquisition of Koral, where Mark was Founder and CEO.
Startup Grind San Antonio: Patrick Condon, Rackspace on June 25th, 2013.
Patrick Condon is one of the cofounders of Rackspace Hosting, a San Antonio based hosting company that has grown to $1 billion in revenue. At Rackspace, Condon has held all kinds of leadership positions in marketing, customer care, and business development. Condon attended both Trinity University and Santa Clara University.Register here!
Startup Grind DC: Michael Chasen, Blackboard and SocialRadar on July 10th, 2013.
Michael Chasen is the cofounder of Blackboard and SocialRadar. Blackboard is one of the biggest enterprise and educational technology companies in the world with revenue of around $500 million and is used by over 9,300 institutions in more than 60 countries. He had helped raise $103 million in venture funding and led the company as CEO for 15 years and successfully sold it to Providence Equity Partners for $1.7 billion in 2011. He has a new startup called SocialRadar, a company focused on the mobile location services space and is building applications on smartphones and Google Glass that will change the way people connect. Register here!
Startup Grind Silicon Valley: Vinod Khosla, Khosla Ventures on July 18th, 2013.
Khosla co-founded Sun Microsystems (SUN is the acronym for the Stanford University Network), along with Stanford classmates Scott McNealy, Andy Bechtolsheim, and UC Berkeley computer science graduate student Bill Joy. Khosla served as the first chairman and CEO of Sun Microsystems from 1982 to 1984, when he left the company to become a venture capitalist. In 1986, Khosla joined the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers as a general partner. At Kleiner, Khosla became a recognized venture capitalist, with several successful early stage investments.
NYC: June 17th: Open Analytics NYC Summit. Summit for 200+ data scientists, analysts, engineers, CMOs, developers, CTOs, etc to attend. Use an exclusive discount code, startup20 to receive a 20% discount off the regular ticket price. For more information and to register please visit - http://www.openanalyticssummit.com/.
Startup Grind Silicon Valley: TechCrunch article on Matt Rogers of Nest
Startup Grind is the world’s startup community, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting founders in over 170 cities.
We nurture startup ecosystems in 63 countries through events, media, and partnerships with organizations like Google for Entrepreneurs.
The cornerstone of our global community are monthly events featuring successful local founders, innovators, educators and investors who share lessons learned on the road to building great companies.
Founded in Silicon Valley by Derek Andersen, Startup Grind has now hosted 2,000 fireside chats since its founding in 2010.
To date, Startup Grind has helped 170,000 entrepreneurs find mentorship, connect to partners and hires, pursue funding, and reach new users.
Startup Grind Singapore was founded in May 2012, we are one of the active grass-root startup communities in Singapore.
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