Startup Grind Sacramento Hosts Engage3 Founder Ken Ouimet

Startup Grind Sacramento in partnership with the Urban Hive will be hosting Engage3 Founder, Ken Ouimet. Engage3 successfully raised $12 M in venture capital and was listed on Inc. Magazine’s List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies. Ken is a successful entrepreneur with deep domain experience in retail pricing, big data and machine learning.  He founded Khimetrics where he pioneered retail revenue management and created one of the fastest growing companies (Inc top 20).  Prior to Engage3, Ken served as SAP’s Chief Scientist where his team was awarded the MVP award for Innovation working with Microsoft.  He has been awarded 17 patents with over 20 pending for fundamental application of theoretical physics to model, forecast and optimize strategic planning decisions. He earned a BS in Chemical Engineering from UC Davis and was awarded an NFS Fellowship for at UC Santa Barbara where he did his PhD work in Chemical Engineering and Theoretical Physics.

The mission of Startup Grind is to educate, connect, and inspire entrepreneurs.   At this event, there will be networking and great food.  Here are the event details:

Date:  February 20, 2018

Time: 6 pm

Location: The Urban Hive, 1601 Alhambra Blvd, Sacramento, 95816

Register :  StartupGrind.com/Sacramento

Apptology is a sponsor of Startup Grind Sacramento.

By Rich Foreman, CEO / Apptology and Director of Startup Grind Sacramento. Rich co-authored the book Tap into the Mobile Economy and his blog has been listed in the Top 20 Mobile Marketing Blogs of 2014.  Follow Rich on Twitter at@ApptologyCEO or attend a Startup Grind Sacramento Event.

 

 

 

 

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About Rich Foreman

Rich Foreman is the CEO of Apptology. He leads Apptology with 20 years of experience in leadership, engineering, mobile application development and sales. Rich has a BS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Washington, an MPA from Troy State University and was an officer in the US Navy. Rich recently co-authored his first book, “Tap into the Mobile Economy." He has been featured on KCRA3, NEWS10, SiliconIndia, the Sacramento Business Journal, and the Sacramento Bee.

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