October 8, 2012 · 6:00 PM
Tech In Motion IX will be at 1871, our third time! Apparently we love the place and we also love the incredible startups inside 1871 as we will also feature another 1871 startup: BirdFeud. Founders Andrew Weber, Andrew Parnell and Vladimir Jornitski will be presenting their startup that gives users a fun place to engage in the biggest conversations online.
We have selected a great panel that will help BirdFeud with their feedback on the current version of their product and act as an advisory council for the event as to where they should go next and what they should concentrate on moving forward.
Tech In Motion is proud to have selected:
Troy Henikoff is a seasoned entrepreneur who has built multiple successful technology-based businesses from the ground up over the last 20 years including SurePayroll and Excelerate Labs. He also is one of the Managing Members for the FireStarter Fund and a previous Tech In Motion Panelist.
Christopher Benes is a technologist, entrepreneur, software engineer and American Civil War history enthusiast who Co-Founded rVibe, a company that provides live online learning and virtual training products.
Michael Winnick leads dScout, gravitytank's mobile research platform, working closely with a team of developers and researchers as they reshape the qualitative research landscape.
More panelists to be added with your help! So spread the news about the event using the #techinmotion hashtag or just old fashion handshakes and convos work as well!
Remember, this is a free event that is dedicated to helping the Chicago community become stronger. Help support the Tech In Motion cause by bringing as many people as possible and spread the knowledge!