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Innovation series by Kristin Karaoglu
June 8, 2014 | Comments
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Mitch Kapor, a tech pioneer in the personal computer era and now investor and philanthropist, took the stage to sit down with Vator founder and CEO Bambi Francisco during our inaugural two-day Splash Oakland event. "Oakland's time is coming," he said. "In fact, it is already here. Like climate change, it is not some future thing that may happen, tech is coming to Oakland already!"  

Be sure to join us at Splash London on June 19. Keynotes include David Cohen, CEO and Founder of Techstars, Julia and Kevin Hartz, Founders of Eventbrite, Travelzoo CEO Chris Loughlin and Brent Hoberman, Founder of PROfounders. Register here.

Save the Date: Splash LA is Oct. 2 in Santa Monica. Keynotes include Jessica Alba and Brian Lee, Founders of The Honest Company. Register here.

Thanks to our Vator Splash Oakland video sponsor, Oakland Forward and Bryan Parker, Oakland Mayoral candidate. 
 


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