Challenges and Opportunities

Every year at the CEO Masterminds Summit, we gather founders, and entrepreneurs to gain a much greater understanding on topics related to capital, revenue and talent from seasoned tech executives.

This year, Brynne Kennedy is the CEO and Founder of Topia, discussed the challenges and opportunities with developing a global company.

We were truly grateful to every speaker for their time and insights at this year’s event. But don’t take our word for it — you can see these tremendous talks for yourself.

Lastly, a special thanks to our CEO Master Minds Summit partner, Silicon Valley Bank and sponsors DeWinter Group, TriNet and SheppardMullin.

Brynne Kennedy, Founder and CEO at Topia

Brynne Kennedy is the CEO and Founder of Topia (formerly MOVE Guides), the platform for the mobile workforce. Topia manages benefits, compliance and careers for employees who relocate, expatriate and travel frequently, a growing segment of the current and future workforce. Brynne founded Topia after being an extensive road warrior herself as an investment banker, and has raised more than $90 million dollars from top venture capital funds NEA and Notion Capital. Brynne is also the Founder of #Mobility4All, to which Topia contributes 1% of its revenue to help those fleeing poverty and conflict. Brynne is frequently recognized as a leading entrepreneur and thought leader. She has won Entrepreneur of the Year in the Women in IT Awards and Women of the Future Awards, London Business School’s Distinguished Entrepreneur Award and Management Today’s 35 Under 35. In 2017, she was named a Workforce Game Changer, one of 25 people changing the HR industry, and recognized with the Meritorious Service Award from the global mobility industry. Brynne is a former elite level gymnast for the United States. She speaks four languages and holds a B.A. in History from Yale University and an MBA from London Business School.