More reporting from the opening session of IBM SmartCamp Globals Finals, live!
Kent Deverell, CEO of Fluid, talked about the importance of the ability to pivot your startup when conditions on the ground change. Being nimble and the ability to adapt are crucial skills for a startup. His point echoed the sentiment shared earlier by Julian Kyula of Mode.
Brooke Aguilar, Vice President of Business, Fluid, followed up with the story of how Fluid first began working with IBM. According to Brooke, “Working with IBM, Fluid created a new line of business around the Watson for Retail solution.” She went on to comment how “working with IBM has created new opportunities to a new ecosystem for Fluid.”
She also shared with the attendees how Fluid shared the stage at NRF with IBM CEO, Ginni Rometty. Partnering with IBM has provided access that startups and young companies find so invaluable.
Needless to say, lots of great discussions taking place this morning in rainy San Francisco! Want to be a part of it? Registration is still available for the afternoon portion. If you can’t make it, you can still help decide who will win the People’s Choice award. Vote now for your favorite startup at the SmartCamp Global Finals!