Megan Quinn, partner at Kleiner Perkins, recently spoke with TechCrunch about Ecommerce the upcoming trends that she see’s in the mobile space. Quinn is new to Venture Capital but not foreign to tech industry as previous employment includes Square and Google. Checkout the video for insight into VC and the complete interview with Megan.
Quinn feels that mobile is a revolution and we are currently in a wave of disruption that supports innovation.
- She feels that the traditional education model has restrained mobile and tablet technology integration, but we are likely to see these tools welcomed as a support to learning.
- Another area of future growth Quinn expects is in the consumer health field and individuals ability to monitor health.
- In addition, she feels that mobile will continue its integration into daily life as the world likely becomes more responsive to the user.
About Megan Quinn:
Megan is a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers where she focuses on consumer Internet investments. She specializes in designing, building and scaling transformative consumer products and companies.
Megan joined KPCB from Square, the company revolutionizing payments for buyers and sellers. As Square’s director of products she led strategy and development of the company’s products across merchant and consumer audiences.
Prior to that, Megan spent seven years at Google where she held various leadership positions in communications, business development and product management. She oversaw the development and marketing of some of the company’s most successful products, including Google Maps. Her team’s work continues to serve as the foundation for Google’s location-based consumer and advertising products.
Megan also previously worked at Genentech. She received her degree in political science and history from Stanford University.
Quinn Bio: KPCB