We’re going to Ireland!
This week, Keeper was selected to attend Web Summit in Dublin, known as Europe’s most prominent technology conference where the world’s greatest venture capital investors, innovators, enthusiasts and tech writers converge.
Keeper was also named a START company, which includes 150 of the world’s highest potential and most disruptive young businesses. As part of the START program, Keeper will meet with investors, media and Web Summit partners from around the world. Other companies that have attended in the past include Uber, Nest, Vine and Stripe.
“Keeper is both honored and flattered to have been selected for Web Summit. We are excited to attend with the amazing companies in the roster,” said Darren Guccione, CEO and Co-Founder of Keeper. “This has been a remarkable year at Keeper with cutting-edge product features and substantial growth. Our debut at Web Summit will allow us to share our technology and ideas in a very special forum. We are looking forward to meeting with other innovative companies, investors and media.”
Keeper’s invitation to Web Summit comes after three groundbreaking releases earlier this awesome year: FastFill™, Secure File Storage and Touch ID Fingerprint Login.
“These features mark Keeper’s launch of biometric authentication, wearable tech integration and rapid access to mobile apps and browsers,” said Craig Lurey, CTO and Co-Founder of Keeper. “Our goal has always been to converge security and convenience to help our users access their most vital information in one ubiquitous vault.”
Web Summit, which will be held from November 3 to 6, 2014, is expected to bring together more than 20,000 attendees from around the world. Check out our Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin pages during the conference for live updates and photos.