Justin Kan joined Alex Bangash at the Trusted Insight Summit 2019. Justin is the co-founder and CEO of Atrium, a serial internet entrepreneur, and investor. He is the co-founder of live video platforms Justin.tv and Twitch.tv, which got acquired by Amazon for $1B. Previously, he served as a partner at Y Combinator. He personally angel invested in over 65 companies, including Zenefits, Cruise, and Wave. During the discussion, Justin talked about his entrepreneurial journey that led to the law-tech company Atrium; his thoughts on market risk versus execution risk when building companies; and the importance of finding people who take on radical responsibility for the company. The discussion was recorded in the summer of June 20th, 2019 in San Francisco, CA.
During this panel, entrepreneurs discussed how they overcame regulatory hurdles in building their healthcare and insurtech startups. They also shared their thoughts on machine learning and scaling innovation in both industries, and these tech-enabled startups can make a radical change in the corporate world. Panelists include Michael Fertik, Founder & Managing Partner, Heroic Ventures; Umar Afridi, Co-Founder & CEO, Truepill; Sam Hodges, Co-Founder & CEO, Vouch Insurance; and Rohit Pandey, Co-Founder & CEO, SigTuple. The panel was recorded at the Trusted Insight Innovation Summit, Tokyo on November 22nd, 2019. The event was in collaboration with Japan Post Bank and Coral Capital.
The Trusted Insight Summit 2019 was the preeminent gathering of 300+ chief investment officers, senior-level institutional investors, contrarian thinkers, and leading entrepreneurs. This highlight video recaps the flagship event that covered the latest innovation in tech and future of global asset management. It was hosted on June 19-20th, 2019 in San Francisco, CA.
During the API panel at the Trusted Insight Summit 2019, entrepreneurs discussed the meaning and purpose behind API-focused companies; the complexities behind building APIs; and why APIs will be in your portfolio if they aren't already. Speakers include Tom Drummond, managing director at Heavybit Industries; Mathias Biilmann, co-founder and CEO of Netlify; Matt DeBergalis, founder and CTO of Apollo; and Sylvain Giuliani, CRO of Pusher.
During the venture capital panel at the Trusted Insight Summit 2019, asset managers and entrepreneurs discussed what it takes to build a unicorn company; the next metropolitan areas to produce the most unicorns; and the concept of "Blitzscaling" and startups that can benefit from this approach. Panelists include Michael Fertik, founder and managing partner of Heroic Ventures; Matt Clifford, co-founder and CEO of Entrepreneur First; Daniel Gross, founder of Pioneer.app; Guru Chahal, partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners; and Jude Gomila, founder and CEO of Golden. The panel was recorded on June 19th, 2019 in San Francisco, CA.
During the diversity panel at the Trusted Insight Summit 2019, panelists discuss pipeline programs to support women and underrepresented minorities in the investment field; their individual experiences when fundraising in today's market; and the growing demand for diversity in the workforce and the opportunities it presents for LPs and GPs. Panelists include Carlos Rangel, Director of Investments of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation; Mallun Yen, Co-founder, COO & Operating Partner of SaaStr; Dawn Song, Founder & CEO of Oasis Labs; Brian O'Neil, Chief Investment Officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; and Areije Al Shakar, Senior Vice President of Bahrain Development Bank. The panel was recorded on June 19th, 2019 in San Francisco, CA.
The Trusted Insight Summit 2019 recently welcomed 300+ institutional investors, unicorn founders, and prominent entrepreneurs to discuss the future of global institutional asset management and emerging technologies. On the evening of June 19th, we recognized chief investment officers who have generously shared their time, intellect, and wisdom to encourage innovative efforts, collaboration, and leadership in the investor community.
One of the last top-tier venture firms to resist coming to San Francisco has apparently decided that it's time to make the move.
Salesforce co-founder and CEO shared his concerns about the growing issues of inequality in San Francisco where many tech titans are based, characterizing the city as "kind of a train wreck."
Investors agreed you no longer have to be in the Bay Area to win the startup game. In fact, venture capital investors are deploying capital outside the Bay Area more than ever before.