Boston – May 29, 2015 – ClearSky Data, an early-stage company building a breakthrough solution in enterprise infrastructure, today announced that CEO and Co-founder Ellen Rubin will speak at the Nantucket Conference in June. Rubin will lead a workshop with Marilyn Matz, CEO of Paradigm4, during which the executives will draw from their experiences founding and leading companies through rapid stages of growth. The session, “Interactive Briefing: What's Changing in Enterprise Tech,” will take place on June 4, 2015 at 4 p.m. ET in Nantucket and will explore the trends in enterprise technology among entrenched players, startups and buyers.
The Nantucket Conference brings together business leaders, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and technologists to discuss innovative ideas and promote networking in a close-knit, informal environment off the coast of Massachusetts. Attendees and presenters share experience-driven insights and analysis based on real-world applications, fostering a community based on interaction, debate and education. Rubin sold her last startup, CloudSwitch, to Verizon in 2011 and previously led global warehouse appliance company Netezza to a successful IPO in 2007. Her participation at the Nantucket Conference reflects her track record in the enterprise startup industry and ClearSky Data’s development as the company gains traction in stealth mode.
“The most valuable resources for any entrepreneur are first-hand insights from end users and collaboration with industry colleagues,” said Ellen Rubin, CEO of ClearSky Data. “Sharing experiences and takeaways is a critical factor in startup and enterprise success. The Nantucket Conference is a great environment to compare notes and brainstorm new ideas with peers.”
Attendees can request invitations and view further details on the Nantucket Conference website.
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About ClearSky Data
ClearSky Data is an early-stage company in stealth mode building a breakthrough solution in enterprise infrastructure. Led by experienced entrepreneurs with track records in cloud computing, storage and data management, ClearSky Data is based in Boston and backed by top-tier venture firms General Catalyst and Highland Capital Partners. Board members include market leaders Paula Long (EqualLogic, DataGravity) and Jit Saxena (Netezza).