We have another great slate of speakers this month, with the CEOs or founders of Indiegogo (crowfunding), Canary (connected home security), KeyMe (key management) and Swinbyte (connected golf clubs).
More information about our speakers:
Slava Rubin, CEO of Indiegogo (San Francisco). Indiegogo is an international crowd funding site founded by Danae Ringelmann, Slava Rubin, and Eric Schell in 2008. Indiegogo is backed by Kholsa Ventures and Insight Ventures Partners.
Jon Troutman, Co-Founder, Canary (New York). Canary is "the first home security device for everyone. Canary has done away with everything that makes security intolerable, and brought back the roots of what peace of mind truly is: Empowerment. Information. Community". Canary had the most successfully funded on Indiegogo to date, with almost $2 million raised.
Kris Borer, CTO of KeyMe (New York). KeyMe is revolutionizing the way people manage their keys. It allows users to store, share, and duplicate their physical keys based on a digital scan that is stored in the cloud. Currently, KeyMe kiosks can be found in five 7-Eleven stores across Manhattan. KeyMe is backed by Battery Ventures.
Alex Pedenko, CEO of Swingbyte (Chicago). Swingbyte is a sports motion analysis company, having launched its initial product for golf enthusiasts. One of Golf Digest's "12 Coolest Items" in 2012, Swingbyte is a 3D golf swing analyzer that weighs less than one once, attaches easily to any golf club, and wirelessly transmits key visual and numerical swing data to Apple and Android mobile devices.
The event will also feature a spotlight presentation from:
Calvin Chu, Head of the R/GA Techstars Connected Devices Accelerator