Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Your Cart   |   Sign In
Community Search
Business Model Innovation in Commerce and Real Estate - The Hottest Sectors in the Seattle Economy
Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend
 

The talk will cover the strengths and weaknesses of the business models of Costco, Amazon, Uber, Ebay, Google, etc. We will also discuss the business model of real-estate transactions and identify the bottle necks which have prevented this industry from modernizing, and touch upon the business models of Zillow, Redfin and other key players. In an age when everyone appears to be data-driven and infatuated with big data, the talk will also discuss when data alone, no matter how big, is not suffici

4/15/2015
When: Wednesday, April 15th
5:30 -- 8:30 pm
Where: Seattle Yacht Club
1807 E Hamlin Street
Seattle, Washington  98112
United States
Presenter: Dr. Kamal Jain, Cofounder of Ameripact
Contact: Seattle SIM
206-795-0457


Online registration is closed.
« Go to Upcoming Event List  

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Business Model Innovation in Commerce and Real Estate -

The Hottest Sectors in the Seattle Economy
Speaker: Dr. Kamal Jain, cofounder of Ameripact, and affiliated full professor of Computer Science at University of Washington
Dinner Event at the Seattle Yacht Club

Register for this event.

Add to calendar.

Summary:
The talk will cover the strengths and weaknesses of the business models of Costco, Amazon, Uber, Ebay, Google, etc. We will also discuss the business model of real-estate transactions and identify the bottle necks which have prevented this
industry from modernizing, and touch upon the business models of Zillow, Redfin and other key players. In an age when everyone appears to be data-driven and infatuated with big data, the talk will also discuss when data alone, no matter how big, is not sufficient to help you craft a successful new business model.

Speaker: Dr. Kamal Jain


Dr. Kamal Jain is a cofounder of Ameripact, a Kirkland startup that aims to simplify real-estate transactions. He is also an affiliated full professor of Computer Science at University of Washington. Previously he was a distinguished research scientist and principal researcher at eBay and Microsoft research labs. He explores the boundaries of economics and technology and of application and theory. He has published 75+ research articles and 100+ patent applications.

More can be found about his work at:

Thank you to our April event sponsors!

Dinner Sponsor: CDW

Bar Sponsor: Cisco

Latest News
SIMposium Registration is Open
Register now! 

2017 RLF Registration is Open
Register now! 

SIM News Extra: September 2016
Read more

2016 Paper Competition Accepting Submissions
Read more.

more Chapter & National Events

10/5/2016
SIM Boston Boston CIO Roundtable

10/13/2016
SIM Boston Monthly Meeting

10/20/2016
"Decoding Innovation"

2016 IT Trends Study

 

Membership Management Software  ::  Legal