He’s been one of the most prominent figures in the world of business for over 20 years, and we are very pleased to announce that entrepreneurial titan Mark Cuban will be in conversation with Dr. Paul A. Kruszewski (CEO, wrnch), moderated by John Stackhouse (Senior Vice President, Office of the CEO, RBC), at C2 Montréal 2020. This conference, presented by wrnch, will help emerging leaders discover how cutting-edge technology and new business models can put their company on a path to achieving its ambitions.
Mark, Paul and John join already announced C2 2020 speakers like literary legend Margaret Atwood, Twitter CEO and Co-Founder Jack Dorsey, NFL offensive lineman and medical doctor Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, head of Google hardware design Ivy Ross and many more.
Entrepreneur & Owner, NBA’s Dallas Mavericks
From selling bags door to door at the age of 12, to creating and selling streaming company Broadcast.com to Yahoo for $5.7 billion to owning and overseeing world-champion NBA team the Dallas Mavericks, the irrepressible entrepreneur (and TV “Shark”) continues to broaden his palette of projects and investments.
In conversation with Mark Cuban
A serial AI entrepreneur, Dr. Paul (as he is affectionately known) is the founder of wrnch, a computer vision/deep learning company that empowers software developers to easily add human-centric computer vision AI to their applications, thereby enabling their software to see and understand humans.
Senior Vice President, Office of the CEO, RBC
John advises the executive leadership at RBC on emerging trends in Canada’s economy, providing insight into technological change and innovation, and examining how to successfully navigate the new economy in an age of disruption.
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Secure your spot!
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Mark Cuban in conversation with Dr. Paul A. Kruszewski, presented by wrnch, at C2 Montréal, May 27-29, 2020.
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