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Dan Hardman | Managing Director, Co-Head of Technology and Disruptive Commerce Group, JP Morgan Chase

Dan is the Co-head of the West Coast for JP Morgan’s Technology and Disruptive Commerce Group based in San Francisco. Dan joined JP Morgan after 9 years with Silicon Valley Bank where he worked with software and consumer internet companies in the Bay Area. He’s worked with hundreds of companies from Series A through IPO and beyond.

Adam Tesan | Chief Revenue Officer, Chargebee

For more than two decades, Adam Tesan has led growth and revenue operations at public and private companies and possesses a unique talent for driving high growth in SaaS and Digital Marketing businesses. He is directly responsible for maximizing all of Chargebee’s revenue streams, including sales strategies, customer success and partnerships.

Dmitriy Yakubov | Head of Partnerships, Checkout.com

Dmitriy Yakubov is the Head of Partnerships for Checkout.com, working with companies to establish the future direction for their business and solve challenging problems through payment innovation and partnership. With more than 15 years of experience in Business Development, Partnerships, Product Management and Strategy, he is building a strong ecosystem of network partners to enable businesses and their communities to thrive in the digital economy.