David, Meet Goliath: Infusing Major Players with Startup Culture

A session at Web 2.0 Expo New York 2011

Tuesday 11th October, 2011

4:30pm to 4:45pm (EST)

Keeping the culture of a startup alive can be challenging once it’s incorporated into a large company. Brad Garlinghouse, Tony Conrad and Jason Shellen talk about bringing start-up culture to the benefit of both parties.

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Anil Dash

Cofounder of @thinkup & @activateinc and blogger at http://dashes.com since 1999. Reach me at anil@dashes.com or 646 833-8659. I love NYC & the funk. bio from Twitter

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Brad Garlinghouse
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Jason Shellen

Currently: Free agent. Product, Corp & Bus Dev guy. Started @Boxer, @Brizzly & @Google Reader. Ran @AIM & @Blogger. Married to @ashellen - we co-founded 2 boys. bio from Twitter

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Tony Conrad

Co-founder about.me & Sphere; True Ventures; Board Automattic (WordPress); Charities: Opportunity Impact & Grist; Cubs Fan; Serious Parking Karma. bio from Twitter

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Time 4:30pm4:45pm EST

Date Tue 11th October 2011

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