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Watch the Big Omaha Video Series presented by Kauffman Foundation

Omaha May 24, 2013 by Danny Schreiber Only 18 days until Big Omaha. Get your tickets before they sell out!

We're excited today to release videos of the 16 entrepreneurs and innovators who took the Big Omaha stage May 9-10 in KANEKO. From the opening presentation by about.me co-founder Tony Conrad to the closing Q&A with Mailbox co-founder Gentry Underwood, these videos are packed with stories of success and struggle and filled with examples of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Press play on the video above to watch them all—experience the event start to finish—or click on an image or name below to watch an individual speaker's videos. Thanks to our video series sponsor, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

Tony Conrad, about.me

Megan Casey, Pack

Peter Hudson, M.D., iTriage

Back to the Roots

Catherine Rohr, Defy Ventures

Anil Dash, ThinkUp

Ben Milne, Dwolla

Extended Speaker Q&A Panel 

 Antonio Neves, THINQACTION

Marc Eckō, Eckō Enterprises

Diana Kander, Kauffman

Dave McClure, 500 Startups

Cindy Gallop, IfWeRanTheWorld

Noah Kagan, AppSumo

Micah Baldwin, Graphicly 

 

Gentry Underwood, Mailbox

 

The Big Omaha 2013 Video Series presented by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation:

 

Credits: Video by Quadrant5. Snippet photo by Malone and Company.


Big Omaha is a two-and-a-half-day event that aims to inspire, educate and celebrate the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the heart of the Midwest. Produced by Silicon Prairie News, it's part of the Big Series, the nation's most ambitious events on innovation and entrepreneurship.

The Big Omaha Video Series is presented by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

Based in Kansas City, Mo., the Kauffman Foundation is among the largest foundations in the U.S. with a mission to foster a society of economically independent individuals who are engaged citizens, continuing the improvement of their communities.

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