Bradley Horowitz (Google) joins keynote speaker list of The Next Web Conference

Bradley Horowitz (Google) joins keynote speaker list of The Next Web Conference

BradleyhorowitzWe’re happy to announce that Bradley Horowitz will come to Amsterdam as keynote speaker of The Next Web Conference.

I met Bradley 2 years ago, when he was still working for Yahoo (read why he left Yahoo for Google). He was in a panel with Marissa Mayer and just kicked ass and made a great impression on me. Bradley is a great presenter and very respected in the tech scene. He is a much anticipated speaker on many tech conferences. Here is what Crunchbase says about Bradley:

“Bradley oversees Google’s communications products and social applications including Google Talk, GrandCentral, Blogger and Picasa. Before joining Google, Bradley led Yahoo’s advanced development division, which developed new products such as Yahoo! Pipes, and drove the acquisition of products such as Flickr and MyBlogLog.

Bradley Horowitz is the former vice president of Yahoo’s product strategy group. He led Yahoo’s efforts in building innovative products and technologies across the company. Horowitz drove innovation and leveraged Yahoo’s platform to deliver compelling Yahoo products and services to a community of 500 million users. In addition, he was responsible for the company’s initiative to open up its platform which included overseeing the Yahoo Developer Network (YDN).….

The conference is filling up fast and it is going to be super fun, interesting, inspiring and business wise it will rock as well. Join us and 900 peers at The Next Web Conference.

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