Presentation Recap | Tech & Culture Speaker Series, featuring Malcolm Egun
Posted on May 5, 2021
The Tech and Culture Speaker Series is devoted to promoting diversity, inclusion and belonging in tech-related fields. The series highlights diverse speakers who are leading in the tech industry as they share their personal stories, which will inspire, motivate and transform the mindset of the diverse audiences.
Malcolm Egun is the founder & CEO of FROGSHOP, a digital partner for gyms worldwide. Egun is passionate about providing technological resources for gyms, in addition to improving the health and wellness of the world's populations. Prior to founding FROGSHOP, Egun built his career in the sales industry, working as a sales executive for a Wall Street firm and later as an account executive for a tech startup in New York, NY. In his spare time, Egun enjoys exercising and bodybuilding, martial arts, traveling, reading, and mentoring individuals looking to embark in entrepreneurship and debating.
Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Watch the presentation, below.
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