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Gina Bianchini

Founder of Mightybell; Co-Founder & Former CEO of Ning; Social Media & Capital Investment Thought-Leader; Columnist & Blogger; Serial Entrepreneur

Travels From:
California
Fee Range:
$10,000 - $15,000

Gina Bianchini is the founder of Mightybell, an aggregator of ideas where people of common interests come to congregate and collaborate. Gina was also the co-founder and CEO of Ning, the largest social platform for the world's organizers, activists, and influencers to create unique social experiences online. She led Ning as CEO from its inception in 2004 to March 2010 as an exponentially growing top 100 global website and one of the most valuable start-ups in Silicon Valley with close to 50 million registered users and touching 90 million people around the globe each month.

Gina has been featured on Fortune Magazine's "40 under 40," Huffington Post's 10 technology "Ultimate Game Changers," and 7x7 magazine's "Hot 20" list. Gina and Ning have been featured in Fast Company, Wired, The New York Times, Fortune, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal. She has also appeared on Charlie Rose, CNBC, and CNN. While firmly planted at the forefront of the technology and social media revolution, Gina also serves as an advisor to The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University; the List Project, a non-profit to resettle Iraqi allies in the U.S.; and She Writes, the largest social network for women writers globally.

What do start-ups and technology companies who have been living with social technologies for six years know about how social media will change recruiting, training, teams, and how you treat your alumni?


In the case of Ning, she took it from an idea and turned it into one of the top 10 social platforms in the world. What does this take and how can you bring it into your organization?


Why do people love social games and how can you take their principles and use them in your organization?


When you look at how popular culture has been fundamentally changed by social technologies and media, it’s profound. How will arts, entertainment, politics, and even sports be transformed by social technologies over the next five years?


For companies and brands, Gina believes the first generation of social technologies was about creating a conversation. The next generation will be about transforming talk into action.


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