Brad Wiskirchen, CEO of Keynetics and its subsidiaries Kount and ClickBank, was selected to serve on a panel at the Jefferies Sixth Annual Internet, Media & Telecom Conference May 10-12 in New York at the Four Seasons Hotel.
Wiskirchen joined a panel of industry experts and CEOs such as Elisabeth deMarse, president and CEO of CreditCards.com, and Jeff Kupiettzky, CEO of Oversee.net, for a discussion on “Marketing to Businesses Post-Recession.” Jefferies & Company Vice President Paul Clausing moderated the panel.
The Jefferies Annual Internet, Media & Telecom Conference is a gathering of institutional and private equity investors, venture capitalists, and top Internet, media and telecom executives who meet to address trends and developments within the industry, as well as near- and long-term investment opportunities.
This year’s conference included more than 100 global companies and featured company presentations, thematic panel discussions and investor meetings.
“It was a tremendous opportunity for Keynetics to be engaged at this level,” said Wiskirchen.
Wiskirchen joined Keynetics in 2005. Under his guidance, the firm has become one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest privately held technology companies.
Among his many industry and community involvements, Wiskirchen is the co-founder and former chair of the Idaho Software Employers Alliance. ISEA is a partnership between business and Boise State University designed to expand the economic vitality of Idaho by increasing the availability of skilled software professionals and promoting the opportunities available in the state’s rapidly growing software industry.
Additionally, Wiskirchen has held board positions with the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, Boise State University Office of Technology Transfer, FUNDSY, Discovery Center of Idaho, Intermountain Venture Forum and many other organizations.
Prior to joining Keynetics, Wiskirchen was a partner in the law firm of Holland & Hart, where he managed the firm’s Business Entities and Transactions Practice Group. His experience includes mergers and acquisitions, technology transfer and licensing and debt and equity financings.