Founder Dialogues XII- Paul English, CEO and Co-Founder of Blade, October 30th, 2014

We’re excited to announce that Paul English, CEO and co- founder of Blade and former CTO and Founder of Kayak, will be sharing his success story at Founder Dialogues XII on October 30th, 2014 at the Microsoft New England R&D Center from 6pm – 8pm.

Registration: Open to the public.


Paul English is CEO and Founder of Blade and KAYAK, a company which will co-found 2-3 consumer technologies startups each year in Boston.

Previously, Paul was CTO and Co-founder of KAYAK, and previous to that Paul was President of Boston Light Software, an ecommerce company sold to Intuit, where Paul then served as VP Technology.

Paul is a Director of Partners In Health and Village Health Works, both organizations providing quality health care to populations of extreme poverty.

Paul was briefly an entrepreneur in-residence at Greylock, a co-founder and Director of Intermute, the founder of GetHuman, the founder of the World Xiangqi League, cofounder and Chairman of Mancala, Inc., Senior Vice President of Engineering and Product Management at Interleaf. He also did contract programming for the US Air Force, operations research programming for Data General, programming for a medical device company, and even some video game software and sound-effect development.

Paul received a BS and MS in computer science from University of Massachusetts. Paul regularly lectures on entrepreneurship topics at Boston-area universities, and was named Chief Technology Officer of the year by Mass Technology Leadership Council in 2009. Paul has been an advisor to LinkedIn, ELERTS, FanSnap, Roost, and Pixable.

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Thanks to NEVCA and Microsoft for their support of Founder Dialogues

FD: XI Jeff Seibert & Wayne Chang of Crashlytics, March 11th, 2014

A special thank you to Crashlytics co-founders, Jeff Seibert & Wayne Chang, for sharing their fascinating founder journey with the Boston community.  

Jeff & Wayne provided the Founder Dialogues XI crowd with an insider look into their entrepreneurial careers and how they together became Crashlytics, which in January 2013 was acquired by Twitter.

Jeff explained his passion for deeply technical Internet software. Gaining previous experience at Apple and later as the co-founder and COO of Increo.

Wayne described his personal focus on user experience and building relationships with developers to help influence the future of mobile development. He shared his fascinating background in leadership roles at i2hub, Napster and Dropbox.

Together Jeff & Wayne have put together their skills and expertise to create an award-winning mobile crash reporting solution.

Thanks to returning and new participants. The Founder Dialogues event series is dedicated to celebrating entrepreneurial success within the Boston start-up community.  Please stay tuned for the announcement of our next speaker.  Our vision is to showcase local successes and inspire the Boston community to build the next generation of great start-up success stories.

We hope you enjoyed Jeff & Wayne’s story. Feel free to tweet any thoughts or comments using #fdialogues.