Robert Scoble NoPanels NoKeynote #nopanels

Robert Scoble, author & blogger gave the NoKeynote for NoPanels Summer 2014. Great information & conversation, thanks Robert!

Robert Scoble is an American blogger, technical evangelist, and author. Scoble is best known for his blog, Scobleizer, which came to prominence during his tenure as a technology evangelist at Microsoft. He later worked for Fast Company as a video blogger, and then Rackspace and the Rackspace-sponsored community site Building 43 promoting breakthrough technology and startups via Wikipedia

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Ben Bayat, Senior Associate Illuminate Ventures #nopanels

Ben Bayat, Senior Associate Illuminate Ventures @NoPanels Summer 2014. Illuminate Ventures focus on Enterprise Mobile & Cloud Software opportunities which is growing over the next 10 years. They focus on Early Stage. Team & founders are always critical. A big & exciting idea is always a bonus. They are focusing on the inflexion points of Consumerization of the Enterprise as well as how Enterprise is rapidly moving to mobile. Mobile is both a challenging point for enterprises & a great opportunity for startups to innovate.

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Carey Lai, Intel Capital #nopanels

Carey Lai, Intel Capital @NoPanels Summer 2014. He primarily focuses on internet, digital services, market places & social media management. He’s really looking for that dynamic entrepreneur that really wants to change the world! He’s really interested in disruptive changes not incremental changes. He’s excited about the disruption that is going on in the venture industry in the marketplace ecosystem. They look at traditional businesses that are fundamentally being changed. Companies like Uber, Airbnb, OneFineStay where very asset light models taking hold not just in Silicon Valley but right across the globe. Its extremely interesting where consumers today don’t have to own assets but they can effectively use them wherever they may be or wherever they need in the form of ride sharing or car sharing or even assets that have a lot of value like home sharing.

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