Recode CEO Kara Swisher talks about Seascapes Bali.
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Kara Swishers comments on Seascopes expansion and its vision for a global community.
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Kara’s story: When she was 16 years old, Kara SwISH was a budding writer and journalist for a local newspaper in Northern California.
Seascoped’s CEO, Kara, said Seascope had “never seen anything like it.”
Kara Swishes job at Seascopy Bali: “We’re a tech company, we’re a community-focused startup, and we’re going to be building an incredible, global community of people.”
Seascops CEO: “When you start a company, you’re a young, up-and-coming writer.
And when you get to a startup, you start working at a company that is an incubator for startup ideas, a platform for startups, and you’re working with a lot of young talent and they’re all trying to figure out how they’re going the right way.
And then you see all these great things happen.
And we also started working with some very young people, people who were starting out in tech, and they were like, ‘We want to work at Seacopes and we want to be part of this thing.'” “
So we started off building an incubation center for startups.
And we also started working with some very young people, people who were starting out in tech, and they were like, ‘We want to work at Seacopes and we want to be part of this thing.'”
And it’s also about building something that really connects the world. “
It’s about a community of young people who are interested in entrepreneurship, it’s about an entrepreneurial community where they’re creating jobs, it is about building a platform where people can find jobs.
Kara’s company Seascopic Bali is expanding into the world of digital entertainment and media with a new expansion project. “
And I think we’re doing it in a very unique way.”
Kara’s company Seascopic Bali is expanding into the world of digital entertainment and media with a new expansion project.
The company’s first expansion will be in California.
Kara says the company will be launching a digital platform for companies to advertise, sell and monetize their content through a Seascopia Marketplace.
“Seascopia is the largest and fastest growing platform for advertising in the world,” Kara said.
“We think that the marketplaces we’re creating are going to help people get more of what they want.”
Kara says there will be an option to opt in to a Seacopy Marketplace where people will be able to buy advertising and sponsorships from brands, including Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Visa, Target, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, and more.
“This is going to really help brands sell more ads to people in a way that really works and that’s where the power of the marketplace really lies.”
Kara has been working at Seaclopics for over two years.
She started in San Francisco in 2009, and worked her way up to Seacopia CEO.
Kara is the third female CEO of a tech startup.
She has been a board member of Seaclops since 2009 and holds the same roles at other companies.
“I have been so fortunate to work with so many incredible people who have given me the opportunity to help make Seaclopes a success.
I have also seen firsthand the impact that Seaclope Bali can have on people and the community it serves.”
Kara said Seacope Balis growth plan is to “start building a community that’s focused on connecting people, creating a platform that connects the whole world.”
Kara also shared her vision for the company.
“What we are really hoping to do is create a community and ecosystem where the best and brightest people are able to work and create things that people want to see,” Kara Swikes said.
She said that, “We really want to build Seaclopy into a community in which there is a lot more opportunity for everyone to be able create something, and that people can really be inspired to get their hands dirty and create something.”
Kara shares her vision of Seacopes vision for Seascoping.
“The biggest thing I want to focus on is connecting people around the world and the fact that we’re seeing a lot, especially with the recent earthquake in the United States, that people are feeling so much more connected and that our society is a much more positive place when you have more connections and when you don’t have barriers to making connections,” Kara explained.
“You have a community to be connected to and you can be inspired by a lot and