These 6 dynamic speakers will be at Web Summit 2022 in Lisbon

Check out these 6 exciting speakers at Web Summit 2022

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These six intriguing artists are available at Web Summit in Lisbon in November.

Jeff Shiner, CEO, 1Password

Jeff has been instrumental in helping 1Password, the top password management firm in the world, grow to a US$6.8 billion valuation during the past ten years.

1Password has expanded under his direction from a 20-person business to one with over 750 employees.

He did it without sacrificing the fundamental tenet of human-centric security.

Worldwide, 1Password serves millions of individual users and more than 100,000 businesses, including Slack, WealthSimple, and Gitlab.

Jeff has held senior executive positions before with IBM Canada and the customer engagement firm Rosetta.

Barr Moses, co-founder & CEO, Monte Carlo

At the beginning of 2019, Barr co-founded Monte Carlo to fill a void in the market for dependable end-to-end data observability solutions.

Since then, more than $100 million has been invested in business operations by investors such as Accel, GGV, Redpoint, Iconiq Growth, Salesforce Ventures, and IVP.

Fox, Affirm, Vimeo, ThredUp, and PagerDuty are now among the company’s customers.

Enterprise included Monte Carlo in their ranking of the “Tech 30” enterprises in 2021.

Additionally, Monte Carlo won praise from CRN and was named an Inc. Best Workplace for 2021.

Barr has provided consulting services on various projects for the development of corporate software and is a member of the Forbes Technology Council.

Dileep Thazhmon, co-founder & CEO, Jeeves

Before becoming the CEO and co-founder of Jeeves. Dileep was a co-founder and chief operating officer at Jeeng, a software company that develops tailored user emails for newspapers using AI.

Jeeng was proven to have seen triple-digit sales growth for four years running under Dileep’s direction, and Deloitte, Inc., and Crains both highlighted the company as one to watch out for.

Dileep has additional employment with Voyager Capital as an investor.

In 2012, Dileep received his MBA from Stanford University School of Business.

He received a Benchmark Fellowship and was named an Arbuckle Fellow while attending Stanford.

Andrey Khusid, founder & CEO, Miro

CEO and creator of Miro, Andrey Khusid greater than 1,400 workers. 11 locations all across the world. One great leader.

One of the most collaborative online whiteboard platforms in the world is being created by Andrey.

Currently, 30 million registered whiteboarding enthusiasts use Miro, and 99 percent of the Fortune 100 utilize it for brainstorming, research, design, agile ceremonies, and other purposes.

Before starting Miro, Andrey founded the prestigious Vitamin Group creative agency.

Andrey has recently contributed to funding rounds for emerging software businesses Softr, Lokalise, and Hopin. He is also an active venture capital investor.

Adwoa Aboah, model and founder, Gurls Talk

Adwoa has a talent that is as multifaceted as they come. following a degree in theatre from Brunel University.

Before going on to star in notable films and TV shows like Ghost in the Shell, Willow, and Top Boy, she got a prominent part in the Sundance-winning movie to.get.her.

She has worked as a stylist, creative director, cover and runway model for Vogue, Dior, Calvin Klein, Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Fendi, and Versace in the fashion industry.

Adwoa was recognized as a Next Generation Leader by Time in 2018, and the following year, she was included in Forbes’ list of the 30 Under 30.

Her most recent endeavor saw her launch Gurls Talk, a forum that provides young women with a secure setting in which to talk about feminism.

Changpeng Zhao, founder & CEO, Binance

Changpeng, a Chinese-Canadian business leader, is credited for making Binance the most active cryptocurrency exchange in the world.

Additionally, he contributed hundreds of millions of dollars via Binance to support Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter.

Changpeng held a number of executive positions before starting Binance, including those at Bloomberg and

Changpeng also established the Chinese exchange systems supplier BijieTech in 2015, in keeping with his business spirit.

He majored in computer science at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.

You can get a chance to meet and talk with these dynamic speakers at Web Summit 2022 by getting enroll for event. So, don’t wait, hurry up!

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