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Wednesday, October 7 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Zaption
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Session Title: Challenges & Opportunities for Interactive Video in the Learning Space

CEO Chris Walsh will share Zaption’s story as a company in the education market that’s trying to do well by doing good. You'll hear about Zaption’s successes and challenges to date, have an opportunity to play with its interactive video product, and go on a tour of the company’s San Francisco office to experience our startup culture firsthand. There will be time for Q&A, so come with questions!

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Chris Walsh

CEO, Zaption

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Zaption

Zaption is leading the revolution in video learning, offering best-of-class technology, a growing network of content partnerships, and the research and expertise to transform video into effective learning. Located in San Francisco, Zaption was founded by father-son team Jim and Charlie Stigler. Charlie was one of Peter Thiel’s “20 Under 20” fellows who left the computer science program at Columbia University to start Zaption... Read More →

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Wednesday October 7, 2015 9:30am - 10:30am
Zaption 100 Broadway, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA, 94111
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  • Company Description Zaption is leading the revolution in video learning, offering best-of-class technology, a growing network of content partnerships, and the research and expertise to transform video into effective learning. Located in San Francisco, Zaption was founded by father-son team Jim and Charlie Stigler. Charlie was one of Peter Thiel’s “20 Under 20” fellows who left the computer science program at Columbia University to start Zaption, and Jim Stigler is an accomplished professor, researcher, author and entrepreneur whose previous video learning company, LessonLab, was acquired by Pearson.