Legendary tech entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist Wayne Chang shares advice on how to build game-changing ventures in a notoriously uncertain and competitive landscape.
At age 32, Wayne Chang is already one of the most accomplished people in technology. His latest venture, Crashlytics, was sold to Twitter about a year after it launched. At the time, it was Twitter’s biggest deal — valued at ~$300 million at its IPO. Wayne has been building high impact ventures since the age of 7, and he has played an important role in a wide variety of leading tech companies, including i2hub, Dropbox, and Napster. He was also involved in the infamous battle between Facebook and the Winklevosses, depicted in the movie The Social Network.