The Digital Summit, put on by RTP-based Tech Media, is May 9-10 in Atlanta.

Each year Digital Summit showcases some of the most promising Internet Entrepreneurs in the region to promote local talent and ingenuity.

The event also includes numerous panel discussions and guest speakers.

Among them:

  • David Perry, Business Development Executive, Software & Services, Google

David Perry is a business development executive within Google’s software and services vertical. He helps global B2B software and services companies leverage Google’s advertising technologies to generate demand and build awareness of their solutions. Prior to joining Google in 2010, David was a business development executive at IBM, where he focused on creating a partnership “ecosystem” by recruiting six leading software companies to enhance complex global IBM solutions. As a senior consultant, also at IBM, he worked across several industries including electronics, financial services, telecommunications, aerospace & defense and automotive. David earned his bachelor’s degree at Colgate University and his MBA at the Johnson School at Cornell University.

  • Jack Krawczyk, Senior Product Marketing Manager, StumbleUpon

As Senior Product Marketing Manager at StumbleUpon, Jack Krawczyk is responsible for the product marketing development of advertising and partnership solutions. Focused on Paid Discovery, StumbleUpon’s social media marketing platform, Jack has been working closely with marketers to understand how to better engage brand promise with consumers who are in the mindset of discovery. Jack is also responsible for the distribution of StumbleUpon traffic solutions, which enable site owners to more deeply engage and grow their audience.

Prior to joining StumbleUpon, Jack was at Google where he worked on the development of Google+, and previously industry marketing management of Fortune 500 advertising relationships in the media & entertainment, financial services, travel and local services sectors. He has also worked as an analyst at Banc of America Securities. Jack holds a BS in Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon University.

 

  • Amanda Steinberg, Founder & CEO, DailyWorth

Amanda Steinberg started DailyWorth.com as a way to give women key insights into building net worth. DailyWorth stands out as the go-to source about personal finance for smart, ambitious women. Since its inception in January 2009, DailyWorth has garnered 100,000+ subscribers and a stream of media appearances including the New York Times, Forbes, USA Today, and a recent 2-page spread in Cosmopolitan magazine. Prior to DailyWorth, Steinberg owned and operated multiple Website development consultancies. A graduate of Columbia University, Steinberg also contributes to ForbesWoman.com

(C) Tech Media