POSTPONED: Kai Entrepreneurship Presents: Kai Bond, Director of Samsung

Map Unavailable

Date(s) - 10/07/2015
7:00 pm


KairosJoin us for the Kai Entrepreneurship Speaker Series on October 7th at 7pm in the Career Center. Presented by Kai Entrepreneurship Wesleyan ( and the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship.

About Kai Bond:
Kai Bond is the Director of Product Strategy at Samsung. Kai is currently leading the Samsung Extra product, which allows users to access contextually relevant content on their Smart TV’s while watching live television broadcast. Prior to that Kai was the founder of pixie TV, an application that allowed users to broadcast their Twitter feed, Instagram photos, fantasy football roster, and custom news ticker to their television sets. pixie was acquired by Samsung in August of 2014.

kagiso-bond-featPrior to joining the Samsung Accelerator to launch Pixie, Kai was a GM at Hatch Labs, an incubator which launched Tinder, Blu Trumpet, and CashPlay Games. During his time at Hatch, Kai also founded CashPlay Games, a mobile game studio that combined the fun of casual games with the excitement of winning real cash prizes. Kai has also held roles in corporate development and product strategy at Microsoft, IAC / InterActive Corp, and Gerson Lehrman Group.

Kai has a B.A. from Wesleyan University.

For the Fall Semester speaker series lineup, please visit:

About the Kai Entrepreneurship Speaker Series:
The Kai Entrepreneurship Speaker Series brings in entrepreneurs and investors from around the country to the Wesleyan University campus in Middletown, CT. Speakers present and engage in lively discussions on entrepreneurship and technology that are open to the student body. The series strives to bring in a diverse group of individuals that are making a positive impact in the world and are leaders of social change.


Jennifer Roach is the Civic Engagement Fellow in Allbritton for the academic year 2015-2016. She is a recent Wesleyan alumni, class of 2014. Since graduating, she has moved to Hartford to continue developing Summer of Solutions Hartford, an urban farming internship program she worked on during her time at Wesleyan.