As the Founder and CEO of Loud-Hailer, Jack Chen helps everyone from small businesses to global enterprises connect with the right audiences. Today he shows us how he does it. Jack also sheds some light on today’s biggest trends in technology, takes us behind the scenes at Loud-Hailer, and explores the true impact of the end of Net Neutrality.
- Defining horizontal connectivity and removing the intermediaries
- How cities can use Loud-Hailer’s technology to promote local commerce
- The epiphany that led to idea for Loud-Hailer
- How to scale a mesh network using Buki-Boxes
- Specific use cases for the Loud-Hailer app
- The real difference between beacon technology and Bluetooth Low Energy
Jack Chen is the Founder and CEO of Loud-Hailer, a digital communications company connecting users and devices directly using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), creating a mesh network that gives users Internet-like functionalities while saving the enterprise the heavy expense of installing facility-wide WiFi. As the CEO of Loud-Hailer, Jack works closely with every member of the team in all aspects of hardware and software design and development.
Jack started his professional career as a corporate lawyer at Willkie Farr, then went to Sullivan & Cromwell before moving to the business side, where he worked as a Senior Credit Officer, analyzing credit derivatives for Moody’s Investors Service. For the past few years as a management consultant, Jack has earned a reputation as a go-to resource for journalists covering the credit markets. He has appeared on the CBS Evening News and been quoted or cited in a number of newspapers and trade journals, including The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Bloomberg News, and Market Watch.