Robert Reich is a developer and serial entrepreneur. Robert co-founded Medium â€“ a browser add-on that let friends discover and share the best content on the web. Medium morphed into realtime search startup OneRiot. Prior to OneRiot, Robert served as Founder & CEO at Ecosystems, a company focused on selling collaboration technologies to the global 2000. This year, Robert founded Openspace Store, Inc. an HTML5 app store. Openspace is run by a cooperative of developers and gives consumers a place to buy apps for any and all devices.
In addition to founding companies, Robert started Add-on-Con, a conference focused on the development and marketing of browser add-ons. Add-on-Con occurs in November each year in Mountain View California and brings together some of the best and brightest web developers with the major browser players -- Mozilla, Microsoft, Apple, Opera and Chrome. Robert started and now hosts one of the countryâ€™s largest meet-ups called Boulder Denver New Technology (BDNT). BDNT is a monthly meet-up that connects the Boulder and Denver tech startup communities.
Robert is a regular speaker at technology conferences. He also sits on the entrepreneurial advisory board for the University of Colorado where he teaches a masterâ€™s class at Boulder Digital Works helping young entrepreneurs get great ideas off the ground.
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Feb 1, 2014
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