What can a 25 year old entrepreneur teach you about getting ahead?
Brian Wong , co-founder and CEO of Kiip, received his Bachelors Degree from the University of British Columbia at age 18 after skipping 4 grades. He then became one of the youngest people to ever receive venture capital funding at the age of 19. Kiip is reinventing how brands connect with consumers through mobile rewards. Kiip powers rewards in over 4,000 apps on iOS and Android, and works with 700+ of top brands in the world. In September, Brian is releasing his first book, called The Cheat Code, a book about going offscript and creating shortcuts to success in life.
Brian has been recognized with many awards for his creative and entrepreneurial achievements, including Forbes’ 30 Under 30 three times and Mashable’s Top 5 Entrepreneurs to Watch. Brian speaks routinely to corporations and has keynoted at SXSW, Cannes Lions, CES, Forbes Summits, TEDx events around the world, and now Brian is NAAAP’s keynote speaker during lunch on Saturday, Aug. 13 and will receive the NAAAP Inspire Awards at the Gala banquet that evening.