Chris Burry

Co-CEO of US Market Access & A3 Global Collider

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$10,000 - $20,000*

International In-Person:

$20,000 - $30,000*


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Chris is a serial entrepreneur with global experience.  He has played a role in founding eight companies and worked in more than 30 countries.  Since 2010, he has focused on bringing the lessons of Silicon Valley to entrepreneurs around the world.  He is the co-founder of the US Market Access Center and the A3 Global Collider. Through USMAC, Chris has trained and mentored more than 1,000 startups from 25+ countries.

Previously, he was part of the founding team of Avanade, a joint venture of Accenture and Microsoft.  Today, Avanade employees over 30,000 people and has annual revenue of more than $3B USD. At Avanade, he was the Global Practice Director for Infrastructure and Security and a Technology Fellow.

In addition to his work with USMAC and the A3 Collider, Chris is an Industry Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.  He is a frequent speaker and panelist at entrepreneurship conferences and events around the world and has been part of the faculty of the European Innovation Academy.

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