I am excited to be a part of LA’s Techweek. I look forward to judging the launch of new and upcoming technology companies
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014
Dorthy Bright, President and Cofounder of HappyDesk announces speaking engagement this Thursday at Techweek Los Angeles. From 2:00-3:00pm at the Knowledge Bar at the Santa Monica Pier. Bright will share her knowledge and expertise on how technology is dramatically transforming the workplace and what this shift brings to the future. Additionally, Bright will also be judging start-up tech companies entering the market.
“I am excited to be a part of LA’s Techweek. I look forward to judging the launch of new and upcoming technology companies,” says HappyDesk President, Dorthy Bright. She continues, “It’s an honor to share my industry experience and how technology impacts the way people work.”
Earlier this year, Bright and fellow founders introduced HappyDesk to the workspace world. HappyDesk provides enterprise-grade software and technology that transforms the way shared space are sold, accessed and serviced. Its peer-to-peer platform creates new opportunities for individuals and companies to transact and collaborate.
Techweek Los Angeles brings together technology leaders and innovators who will have the opportunity to network, learn and explore with their local tech community. Techweek gathers people from every demographic to celebrate their passion for technology and hosts 12 standard events geared to engage and excite its industry members.
HappyDesk's Sharing-space-as-a-service (Saas) software platform was created with a singular purpose – to enhance the human connection between shared space providers and seekers. Space providers leverage HappyDesk’s white label e-commerce, CRM, billing, proposal, door access and marketplace to increase engagement. The result: providers enjoy satisfied clients, increased revenue and greater efficiencies. Seekers rely on HappyDesk because of the endless amount of shared space options they can search and reserve. With hundreds of providers across four continents, direct engagement between provider and end-user has never been so easy or transparent.