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Inaki Berenguer is CEO & founder of Pixable.
Chris Crabtree is CEO & founder of Speaku.
Frank Mastronuzzi is CEO & founder of oneGoodLove.
David Post is a visionary and serial entrepreneur with two of his startups Page America and Cellular Systems Inc. evolving into industry changers and leaders. He believes that Next Island has these qualities.
Post started Next Island nearly three years ago to be the first 3D virtual world for the mass market. It is the first with time travel and a real cash economy. It is positioned to attract the 200 million casual gamers who are looking for entertainment that is more challenging.
Ziad Sultan is CEO & founder of Maginize.
Jimmy Nguyen is a partner in the Beverly Hills office of Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon LLP. His "360 degree"practice encompasses counseling, transactions and litigation of intellectual property, entertainment, new media, technology, advertising & sports matters. A change agent, Jimmy does innovative work in IP and new media, and advances change in organizations to which he devotes time - including the California Minority Counsel Program.
To a straight man or woman, it might seem like there are plenty of websites catering to gays and lesbians, but Frank Mastronuzzi, founder and president of a startup called OneGoodLove.com, said it’s a real shortage -- one that his site solves.
Industrial region, west-central California. Roughly bounded by San Francisco Bay on the north, the Santa Cruz Mountains on the west, and the Diablo Range on the east, it takes its (unofficial) name from the extensive use of silicon in the region's electronics industries. The U.S. government invested heavily in the region's industry following World War II. A second economic surge occurred with the proliferation of personal computers in the 1980s, and a third surge followed the growth of the Internet in the 1990s.