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CEO & Co-founder
Keith Fiore is the CEO of Miner, a location-based mobile commerce platform that powers virtual "pop up stores" on smartphones at any location or event. Before Miner, Keith was the Founder & CEO of 2aTEE Golf Media, a leading digital out-of-home media company with over 30K screens nationwide. 2aTEE counted blue chip names like American Express, General Motors, Verizon, Chase & Fidelity as clients before it was acquired by GPS Industries LLC. Keith graduated from the University of Virginia.

Vice President
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New York, NY 10001
Chuck Levitan is the Vice President of Eventpad and the first US employee of TEP Events intrnational.  He came to Eventpad in March 2013 after spending 6+ years working for a web-based interactive technology events company called Vision Tree Software.  While there, he helped build and deploy one of the very first events utilizing iPads for Audience Response in October of 2010.

Now in his seventh year in this dynamic industry, he has personally sold, managed and delivered successfully over 300 events utilizing ARS technology, and is considered an expert in effectively deploying technology at live events with his wealth of knowledge and experience.

In july of 2014, Chuck received the 2014 Genie award from Meeting Planners International for outstanding collaboration for his work with McKesson Corporation and their national Sales Meeting in May.

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New York, NY 10010
Jason Sapan is one of the pioneers of holography.  As the founder of the Holographic Studios, the world's oldest gallery and working holography lab, he has a long and impressive list of clients. Among the people who have sat for him for holographic portraits are President Bill Clinton, Andy Warhol, Pierre Cardin, Mayor Ed Koch, sci fi author Isaac Asimov, Prime Minister Edward Heath, and many others.

Jason has produced holography for many of the world's leading corporations and museums and universities. One of his holographic pieces just was on display at the recent first Biennial at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.

Mr. Sapan has a wealth of experience to draw upon for his public speaking. He taught holography at the School of Visual Arts in New York and lectured at NYU’s ITP grad school, Ohio State University, University of Vermont, School of the Arts Institute Chicago, and CCNY. He has also spoken before groups such as the Optical Society of America (Huntsville, AL, NASA chapter) and the Weschester Photographic Society.

Aside from holography, he has used his skill in working with lasers for laser shows, photography, night clubs, music videos, art installations, and much more. In the 70s he created laser effects for the original Studio 54. His work has appeared in print ads for Macy’s, Radio Shack, Revlon, Canon, and others. In the 80’s he created laser effects in a music video for Flock of Seagulls as well as being cast as the lead actor. Interestingly, this appearance made him the first person to have a screen credit in a music video on MTV. Today, he is still creating holograms and laser effects for a new generation.

Jason Sapan has also been a professional in the field of vibration analysis, working on projects for such companies as IBM, AMD, Motorola, and others. Earlier in his career, Mr. Sapan worked as an assistant recording engineer at the famed Record Plant recording studio in New York City. While there he had the opportunity to work with John Lennon, Roberta Flack, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles, Sonny Rollins, Stevie Wonder, Tammy Wynette, Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Philharmonic, as well as many other industry legends.

In his spare time, Jason Sapan also does some acting. He has appeared on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, Fox’s GOTHAM, “Breaking Point” (2009 -starring Tom Berenger, Armand Assante, and Busta Rhymes, and starring in the music video “Its Not me Talking” by A Flock of Seagulls.