Travis Dulaney

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Travis Dulaney

Push Payments provides payment processors, banks, and mobile providers the ability to move money in real-time between bank accounts.

The slow, painful and complex process of interfacing with large payment networks is no longer an issue with the intuitive Push Payments platform. We provide our clients with the infrastructure necessary to achieve an unprecedented advantage over competitors.

Simple, secure and smart API interfaces empower banks and their fintech partners to create better user experiences and best in class market solutions via instant money movement.

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Jess Jacobs

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Jess Jacobs

Jess Jacobs is an actress, speaker, and advocate known for her work supporting women’s rights globally. She is currently collaborating with Population Services International (PSI) and the Maverick Collective, in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to develop advocacy tools that will increase access to safe and legal reproductive care for women internationally. Jacobs speaks frequently on how gender equality can solve our greatest social and economic disparities and she contributes to Thrive Global, The Estia Collective, and more.

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Bobby Klinck

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Bobby Klinck

Robert "Bobby" Klinck is the founder of Klinck LLC, an intellectual property boutique in Washington, D.C. He represents innovators, entrepreneurs, and businesses in intellectual property matters. His practice focuses intellectual property advising, planning, management, monetization, and litigation.

Mr. Klinck has significant experience in intellectual property matters. He has assisted clients in developing strategies to monetize their intellectual property and has litigated contested infringement suits. He has represented clients with intellectual property spanning diverse technologies, including systems for the use in electronic commodity exchanges, online advertising, medical devices, computer chips, wireless data transmission systems, and chemical compounds. He is the author of Klinck LLC’s Startup IP Blog, Klinck LLC’s [Non]Obvious Insights Newsletter, and a book entitled Patent Litigation Primer: A Guide For Inventors And Business Owners.

Free courses and books here: www.klinckllc.com/entrepreneurs-in…roperty-academy/

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Ian Simpson

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Ian Simpson

The Blockchain Competition 2017 is a first-of-its-kind event designed to bring together cutting-edge startups, innovative investors and open-minded industry partners in a synergy of blockchain and insurance technology.

Held in the heart of Switzerland's Crypto Valley (Zug), the Blockchain Competition offers teams and startups a chance to put their blockchain ideas for insurance to the test - with the possibility of winning $100 000 (no-strings attached) plus a range of other benefits including: free office space/coaching/access to C-level contacts.

The Blockchain Competition is initiated by Lakeside Partners & inacta AG.

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Scott Moody

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Scott Moody

Co-founder and Chairman/CEO of K4Connect where we provide a "connected-life" software platform serving older adults and those living with disabilities, making their lives simpler, healthier and happier. Raised over $10M in venture capital including such investors as Intel Capital, Sierra Ventures, Reinsurance Group of America, Lowe's Home Improvement and other value added investors. Headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina (the "Triangle").

Previously co-founded and former Chairman/CEO of AuthenTec, a leading provider of fingerprint sensor and security solutions, acquired by Apple in October, 2012 (only public company ever acquired by Apple). The AuthenTec fingerprint sensor is now the foundation of the iPhone's and iPad's Touch ID. Raised over $70 million in venture capital (including such investors as The Carlyle Group, Texas Instruments, Sierra Ventures, Stonehenge Growth Capital and others), led the company’s successful IPO in 2007 (NASDAQ) and recruited an excellent management team. Helped grow company from the two co-founders to over 300 employees with development centers in Melbourne, Fl., Shanghai, China and Vught, The Netherlands.

Prior to founding AuthenTec, was the Vice President of a $200 million division of Harris' Semiconductor Sector (now Intersil) where I started as a new grad engineer in 1980. Led successful turnaround of several diverse operations including the commodity logic business (sold to TI), the acquisition GE Microelectronics and turnaround of the Group's Mil/Aero business.

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