Wall Street Journal Startup of the Year, Kairos comes to Startup Palm Beach

Startup Palm Beach is incredibly excited to welcome Brian Brackeen, CEO of Kairos, to join the WPB entrepreneurial community for a fireside chat and discussion on launching a startup, building a team, raising capital and scaling a new technology.

Brian’s unique experience and trajectory of success are unparalleled in the Miami community and he has much insight to share. Brian’s accolades include being selected as an Endeavor Entrepreneur in 2015 and winning Wall Street Journal Startup of the Year in 2013. Kairos which has over 7,000 customers in 40 countries, has received investment local investment groups in South Florida including AGP Miami and New World Angels, as well as 500 Startups from Silicon Valley. Click Here to RSVP via Meetup

“Kairos makes face recognition and behavior analysis easy for developers”

About Brian

Brian Brackeen is the founder & CEO of based in Miami, Florida. Kairos is an innovative facial recognition company. Their products enable any developer to use emotion detection and/or facial recognition in their app.

Kairos’ growth was noticed by the Wall Street Journal, it was selected as one of the top 25 startups in the country and it participated in the WSJ Startup of the Year. Kairos has raised more than 5 million dollars from investors in Florida and California and has 7,000 customers in 40 countries.

Brian cut his technological teeth at Comcast, IBM, and Apple. It was at Apple, where he implemented HR systems globally, that he caught the entrepreneurial bug, quit his job and started on his journey.

Brian has a daughter (who is 14 and going on 24) 🙂 and is a rabid Miami heat, & Philadelphia Eagles fan.