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Brad Weisberg is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Snapsheet, the auto insurance industry’s largest platform provider of virtual claims settlement solutions. Brad found the company in 2010, starting as BodyShopBids, where estimates were written on non-insurance vehicles, the company pivoted to Snapsheet in late 2011 to serve the insurance estimate market.View Details
Bill Burnett is the former Founder and CEO of PointDrive, a Chicago-based technology firm improving the way sales professionals engage with prospects and customers through the sharing of rich content. Recently acquired by LinkedIn, Bill now leads the cross function effort of integrating PointDrive into LinkedIn’s Sales Navigator offering.View Details
Harry Gottlieb founded Jellyvision in 1989. The company had a different name then, and the international headquarters was in his bedroom, in the corner, over by the closet. Since that time, Jellyvision has expanded into employee communications, making learning and decision-making delightful for scores of people at big companies like, say, Adobe, Comcast, Aetna, and Best Buy.View Details
David Kalt the founder of Reverb.com and Co-founder of optionsXpress, the online marketplace for guitars, gear and musical instruments, and the owner of the Chicago Music Exchange, one of the world’s best-known vintage guitar dealers. He is a technologist and serial entrepreneur, and will be the featured guest at the next Startup Grind Chicago, happening November 18.