Entrepreneur York, Who Grew Dyn to $100 Million Firm, Advises Businesses Free Jan. 25 in Haverhill

Kyle York in 2012. (Photograph by Julia de Boer/The Next Web, Creative Commons.)

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The man who helped grow domain name system company Dyn in 2008 to a $100 million company when acquired by Oracle in late 2016 shares strategies for scaling a startup during a fireside chat next month in downtown Haverhill.

Kyle York, now co-founder, CEO and managing partner at York IE, gives the talk, moderated by invisaWear CEO Rajia Abdelaziz, Wednesday, Jan. 25, 6 p.m., at the UMass Lowell Innovation Hub, 2 Merrimack St., Haverhill

York shares the lessons he learned and how he applies those lessons to help other startups through his strategic growth and investment firm, York IE.

Abdelaziz, a UMass Lowell alum, is one of the industry’s top leaders for smart jewelry and life saving devices. In just a few years, she took invisaWear from launch to a customer base of more than 70,000. She successfully raised millions of dollars to bring the product to market within two years.

Register online here.

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