The Dog Product/Technology panel at FOUND featured Erika Hall of Mule Design, Jon Lax of Facebook, John Henry Muller of PACK, Kelly Strodl of LEWIS Pulse, and was moderated by Jonathon Colman of Facebook.
From the San Francisco Chronicle: “There weren’t any dogs at San Francisco’s first dog tech startup conference.
That’s because dogs aren’t the ones developing and investing in the recent growth in products and services focused on pets. (Also, the Financial District venue Digital Garage does not allow dogs.)
Though designed for humans, Thursday’s Found conference focused exclusively on canine tech.”
“The Found conference in S.F. featured a number of companies (but no dogs).”
If you follow Dog Milk or Pack (one of our favorite doggy apps!) on Twitter, you may have seen us talking about Found, the first-ever tech conference entirely focused on dog startups! As lovers of design, tech, and all things dog, we here at Dog Milk were proud to be a media sponsor for this fantastic event. In case you missed it, we’ve rounded up some highlights!
What does technology hold for the future of dogs? It’s an interesting question that was posed by the FOUND Dog Tech Conference held at San Francisco’s Digital Garage last Thursday, March 19. The inaugural FOUND event was created by Pack, a social network for dogs and their owners.