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Paul Ganssle Feb 13
Looks like this year's will be chock full of goodness, with 1 tutorial and 5 talks from me, and . Congratulations to my colleagues (and to the people who get to see their excellent talks)!
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
The enormous building where is located in the is the same building that the battleships USS Missouri & USS Arizona were built in during the early 1900s
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
Great conversation between and tonight taking the audience through his very impressive career journey - from to to (Google X) and now
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
On as a hub, says it now has all 4 key ingredients tech needs to thrive: 1) Really strong govt support 2) Academic institutions pumping out great talent 3) Job opportunities at exciting companies 4) Quality of life (nowhere better than NYC)
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
Only 15% of the companies that apply to are accepted. Factors: Are they building something to improve the world around them? Do they compete with those already here? What's their track record look like? Do they add to the community that already exists?
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
What's the most important thing for the startup working ? The community. One example gives is typing in 'fluid dynamics' and finding that 7 experts in the field work there
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Adam Mattessich Feb 12
Great interview of Shaun Stewart, CEO of New Lab & formerly of Waymo, AirBnB, by renowned Bbrg host Scarlett Fu. "I've been terrified at my last 3 jobs." Candid color & insight on working inside some of the most innovative, disruptive, & powerful tech co's. Very bright & humble.
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
What drove to join ? Mostly personal factors - wanting to see his 1 year old son, be closer to his wife's family. He saw a ton of improvement in work/life balance + a great opportunity coming together
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
Despite today's cars coming w/ multiple airbags, alerts and other ways to warn the driver, says more people are being killed in cars. He regularly saw ppl watching movies, doing their makeup or hair while driving 45mph during his 2-hour drive to work
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
A common factor between and , according to : Once you exposed someone to a real-life experience with the product they initially seem petrified of, their perspectives and barriers to it changed dramatically
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Annie McDonough Feb 12
Shaun Stewart of reminds crowd that the “air” part of “Airbnb” comes from home sharing company’s start as staying on someone’s air mattress
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
One thing that and have in common - they're both incredibly mission-driven, explains . 's ultimate goal is to reduce the number of people killed/injured in car accidents each year.
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
Google X executive recruiter to : "Don't hang up! I want to talk to you about self-driving cars."
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
Vacation rentals are now a $65B industry and both and the big online travel agencies are now all going after the same pie, explains to
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
The approach that took wrt to local regulators was something that learned and brought with him to , whose current head of govt regulatory affairs has a motto of "move fast and don't break things"
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
When first reached out to as a travel-industry insider to help them figure out the luxury market, he said the company looked very different than they do today; they were originally targeting backpackers.
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
While working for , lived in Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand and then moved back to NYC. Travel was a big draw in his early career and he feels very lucky to have had the opportunity, esp. after entering the workplace just after 9/11
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
Tonight's guest, , describes himself as the corporate equivalent of an 'army brat' – he was born in Malaysia, went to school in Singapore and Australia and then attended to learn hospitality
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Tech At Bloomberg Feb 12
Tonight’s @ Bloomberg session with and 's is still happening and will start at 6:10 PM EST. Use to follow the conversation about his team's efforts to champion & in Brooklyn.
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Mario Corchero Feb 12
Thanks so much ! The community is just like no other. 😃 😄
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