This is your only chance to see these Startups before they take the world by storm — or their ideas fizzle. While you are there, strengthen relationships with your own colleagues and enjoy a fun evening.
This year's startup presenters will then face intense scrutiny from you — along with a panel of judges — that will guide them and help determine if their path is just, and if their ideas will captivate or disappoint. Watch them pitch their concepts and try to convince you that you are witnessing the birth of the next amazing technology.
Engage with colleagues as you share in an evening where some of today's boldest entrepreneurs put their ideas — and perhaps their life savings — to the test.
Doorbot is the intelligent doorbell system that leverages telecom technologies to create an IoE solution. The doorbell allows you to see your visitor from any smartphone/tablet, from anywhere. Doorbot has raised over $5M so far. Jamie was the founder of Simulscribe, one of the very first voice mail transcription companies, and Unsubscribe (for simple unsubscribing from emails). Both were sold successfully
Brad Bush is EVP and Chief Marketing Officer of GENBAND. Mr. Bush has held a number of positions within GENBAND, including serving as Chief Information Officer and Chief Integration Officer, SVP of sales operations, and most recently Chief-of-Staff running the office of the CEO. Before joining GENBAND, he was responsible for business unit operations in the Tekelec Switching Solutions Group, which was acquired by GENBAND in 2007. Prior to Tekelec, he spent eight years at Nortel Networks, where he held various strategic positions in wireless operations and information systems.
Previously, Mr. Bush founded Sharpsite Interactive, a successful startup specializing in Internet application development, and has management experience in the structural engineering and construction industries. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Rice University, and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Dave McLaughlin is CEO and Co-Founder of Vsnap, a Boston-based startup that makes it easy for people in Sales and Support to send and track quick custom video messages. It's the most efficient way to bring the human layer into the customer interaction, and people take action up to 40% more than when you email them. Previously Dave was Co-Founder of Fig Card, a mobile payments company acquired by PayPal in 2011. Dave was the founding Executive Director of Boston World Partnerships, a public-private partnership that pioneered the application of web 2.0 tools and tactics to international economic development. He is also an award-winning filmmaker and playwright.