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HOLLY, Krisztina et al.: Biz Stone in conversation

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Personaje: HOLLY, Krisztina.

April 10, 2014.

Video from a Live Talks Business Forum with Biz Stone, Co-Founder, Twitter; Co-founder & CEO of Jelly; and author of, "Things a Little Bird Told Me: Confessions of the Creative Mind." He was interviewed by Krisztina Holly, engineer and tech entrepreneur. Talk took place April 10, 2014 in downtown Los Angeles at Gensler.

Biz Stone became an Internet entrepreneur in 1999. He went on to work for Google, helped to create both blogging and podcasting, and then co-invented Twitter. Before he was a tech star, Biz wrote books and articles about the social aspects of technology in the nascent days of the web. He regularly addresses large audiences as a visiting scholar at colleges or keynote speaker for companies and conferences. Most recently, Biz is founder and CEO of his newest venture, Jelly.

Krisztina ‘Z’ Holly is an engineer, tech entrepreneur, adventurer, and innovator whose passion is creating new organizations and models to amplify great ideas and talent. She is currently a consultant, advisor, Forbes contributor, and the chair of the World Economic Forum’s council for fostering entrepreneurship. She created the first TEDx conference in 2009 at USC. Most recently she served as Vice Provost for Innovation at USC and was founding executive director of two university centers for innovation -the MIT Deshpande Center and the USC Stevens Center- which helped spin out 39 startups based on university technologies. Early on she was co-founder of computer telephony pioneer, Stylus Innovation (acquired by Artisoft, Inc.) and subsequently joined other tech and media startups such as Direct Hit Technologies (acquired by Ask Jeeves).
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