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Indoor-mapping startup from Kentucky takes home the People's Choice Award
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Watch Nick give his winning presentation and field questions from VC judges David Blumberg (Blumberg Capital), Noah Doyle (Javelin Venture Partners), Richard Hsu (King & Spalding LLP), Brian Jacobs (Emergence Capital) and Cindy Padnos(Illuminate Ventures). Ezra Roizen of Ackrell Capital acted as emcee.
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BuildingLayer is a collaborative map of the indoor world. We enable organizations to more effectively navigate spaces, track inventory, manage facilities, and visualize other indoor data layers. We're making "lost" obsolete.
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Joined Vator onCEO at APAX Software. Founder at Awesome Inc. MS in Economics, BS in Computer Science from University of KY. I also coach soccer. I love building a culture that attracts smart, creative people.
Joined Vator onCEO at BuildingLayer. Past at GE/Toyota/KSTC. Used to race solar-powered cars. Got into Stanford MBA, but chose startup path. I love assembling teams of smart people to solve hard problems.
Joined Vator onCindy Padnos is founder/managing partner of Illuminate Ventures, an early stage VC firm focused on enterprise cloud and mobile computing. A prior founder herself, she is an entrepreneurial enthusiast!
Joined Vator onRichard Hsu is a partner in King & Spalding’s Silicon Valley office where he advises companies on corporate, licensing and associated business and intellectual property issues.