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Steve is the co-founder and SVP of business operations for Estimote, a startup that is creating a new ecosystem of mobile applications utilizing iBeacon technology. Through its SDK, over 40,000 developers are creating applications that can sense an object’s ownership, location, temperature, motion and proximity to an Estimote sticker. Steve is a former programmer who, prior to Estimote, provided software and systems-level solutions to Apple and Google.

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