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Wednesday, November 16 • 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Everything is Awesome! Building a Tech Culture that Lasts

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Ever wonder how the most successful technology teams are built and stand the test of time?  Come to this event to learn from our panel of successful startup leaders, on how they build team trust and a winning formula for success.

Food and drink will be provided as well as the opportunity to ask your own questions and network in this interactive event!


Moderators
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Chris Bloomquist

Partner, Viri Technology
Chris has been a Software Engineer, Technical Recruiter, Partner and Career Evangelist for 15 years, guiding job seekers and clients alike on the hiring process. He has built teams of IT professionals for startups to Fortune 500's, and has been a part of successful startups himself in the technical recruiting industry. His contributions have helped he and his teams earn accolades to include Vendor of the Year at Expedia, and breaking the Inc. 500... Read More →

Speakers
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Chris Back

Co-Founder and SVP of Technology, OwnerIQ
Chris, a founding team member, of ownerIQ oversees engineering, technology, and analytics for all real-time and automated systems at the Q. | Before starting the Q, he worked for three other technology startups; Bitpipe, an online publishing and lead generation company that sold successfully to TechTarget in 2004, ITA Software, which was eventually acquired by Google, and finally BigFish Games here in Seattle. | He studied software engineering... Read More →
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Hugh Holman

CEO & Co-Founder, Observa
Hugh Holman is the CEO and Co-Founder of Seattle compliance measurement and marketing validation startup Observa. Prior to starting Observa, Holman was Director of Strategic Initiatives for Savers, the world’s largest chain of for-profit thrift stores, the largest privately held employer headquartered in Washington, and the state’s 6th largest private company. Before that, he was EVP & Chief Strategy Officer for Aqua Star; a Seattle... Read More →
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Torsten Kablitz

VP of IT, Change Healthcare
27-year veteran of Software Engineering and Technology in the Seattle area, with SDLC experience at very large (Department of Transportation, Microsoft), medium (Symetra, Change Healthcare) and small (Corelytics) companies. After an extensive career as an engineer, an architect, and/or an executive at many startups, took a position as VP of IT at Change Healthcare in 2014. At Change Healthcare is helping lead the drive to substantial change in... Read More →
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Jason Kelly

Principal, Engineering Director, BCG Digital Ventures
Jason Kelly is Engineering Director at BCG Digital Ventures. BCGDV is a corporate venture capital firm incubates game-changing startups by co-investing with corporate partners. Jason was co-founder and head of engineering at Share Interactive, a digital innovation firm acquired by BCGDV in 2015. Jason has over 15 years experience in software businesses large and small, starting with Microsoft. His passion is building high-performing engineering... Read More →


Wednesday November 16, 2016 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Code Fellows 2901 3rd Ave Suite 300