Photo Gallery: US India Chamber of Commerce Tech Conference

Browse images from Friday's event featuring Lance Crosby, David Litman, and other business leaders.

Ed Mello, Jessie Mann, Reid Resmussen,freshbenies, and Bill Ogle,

The US India Chamber of Commerce 2017 Annual Technology Conference was held Friday at the Four Points by Sheraton in Coppell. The conference featured “The Billion Dollar Exit” seminar, as well as other sessions on such topics as SaaS technologies, shared economy, and capitalization.

Photos by Sarah Bradbury:

Ed Mello, moderator of the Inc. 500 CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference asks a question to the panelists.

Bill Ogle, CEO of Koupon Media, speaks during the Inc. 500 CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Jessie Mann, co-founder of CPSG Partners, speaks during the Inc. 500 CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Reid Rasmussen, CEO of freshbenies, speaks during the Inc. 500 CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

US India Chamber of Commerce members and “The Billion Dollar Exit” panelists stand for a group photo. From left to right, Mahesh Shetty, chairman, Vik Thapar, board member and technology conference chair, David Litman, CEO of Getaroom.com and founder of Hotels.com, Neel Gonuguntla, president, and Lance Crosby, CEO of StackPath and founder of SoftLayer.

Lance Crosby, CEO of StackPath and founder of SoftLayer, talks with attendees of the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

David Litman, CEO of Getaroom.com and founder of Hotels.com answers a question during “The Billion Dollar Exit” panel.

Conference attendee Vimal Kansara, Perfect Hospitality Solutions LLC, takes a selfie with David Litman, CEO of Getaroom.com and founder of Hotels.com, at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

“The Billion Dollar Exit” panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference hosted by the US India Chamber of Commerce DFW, from left to right, moderator David Johnson, David Litman, CEO of Getaroom.com and founder of Hotels.com, and Lance Crosby, CEO of StackPath and founder of SoftLayer.

Lance Crosby, CEO of StackPath and founder of SoftLayer, answers a question during “The Billion Dollar Exit” panel.

Kevin Ainsworth, far left, leads the SaaS (Software as a Service) CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Amrit Kirpalani, CEO of NectarOM, speaks during the SaaS (Software as a Service) CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Amrit Kirpalani, CEO of NectarOM, speaks during the SaaS (Software as a Service) CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Nag Rao, CEO of EZLynx, speaks during the SaaS (Software as a Service) CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Pranav Tyagi, CEO of Tango Analytics, center, speaks during the SaaS (Software as a Service) CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

The Investor Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Neel Gonuguntla (right), president of US India Chamber of Commerce DFW, pulls a business card from a hat for a drawing.

Stu Bell, managing director at Teakwood Capital, center, speaks during the Investor Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Shouvik Bhattacharya, moderator of the Investor Panel, asks the panelists a question.

Joe Beard, partner at Perot Jain, L.P., speaks during the Investor Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

Dayakar Puskoor, managing partner at Naya Ventures, speaks during the Investor Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

The Inc. 500 CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference.

The Inc. 500 CEO Panel at the 2017 Annual Technology Conference listen to a question from the audience. From left to right, Ed Mello, moderator, Jessie Mann, co-founder CPSG Partners, Reid Rasmussen, CEO of freshbenies, and Bill Ogle, CEO of Koupon Media.

 

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