We just concluded the second and last - for now - stop of The Innovation Engine’s Spring 2018 tour, from the floor of Collision in New Orleans. Collision is North America’s fastest growing tech conference and contains 16 different tracks, including Saas Monster, Talk Robot, FullStk, and Growth Summit. The conference brought together more than 25,000 business leaders from more than 5,600 companies in 120 countries to watch talks and learn how tech is impacting their lives, companies, and industries. Over the course of this episode, we’ll be talking with tech and product leaders from an interesting cross-section of companies, including Dropbox, NASA, and Haymarket Consumer Media, among others.
Guests we talk with on this episode include:
[1:20] Anaid Chacon, a product manager at Dropbox, a secure file hosting service that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software. [12:15] Christopher Carmichael, the Chief Technology Officer for the Stennis Space Center, which is NASA’s largest rocket testing facility. [21:50] Mercedes Soria, the VP of Software Engineering for Knightscope, a startup that utilizes autonomous robots, analytics, and engagement to predict and prevent crime. [31:10] Andrew Macharg, Head of Technology at Haymarket Consumer Media & Haymarket Network, one of the largest content marketing networks in the U.K. [37:45] Yoshi Tsuji and Tom Kruse join us from Win-Kel, a storage startup that participated in the startup competition hosted by Collision. [44:20] Jonathan Block-Verk, the coFounder & CEO of coParenter, an online dispute resolution platform that uses AI, machine learning, and live mediators to help separating, divorced, and never married parents save money and time by staying out of court. Learn more and get the full show notes at 3PillarGlobal.com