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As it happened, the morning after, I was talking to Keith Krach. For those of a digital persuasion, Krach needs no introduction.
He’s an American, 57 years old, who enjoys stellar status in Silicon Valley. He is over here to speak at a panel (“Silicon Britain: The Rise of Technology and Entrepreneurship in the UK) I’m chairing tomorrow night for E2Exchange, the forum for UK entrepreneurs. E2E focuses on high growth and ambition. Joining Krach will be Brent Hoberman, co-founder of lastminute.com and founder of the soon-to-float online furniture retailer MADE.com, and Renaud Visage, co-founder of Eventbrite, the international event-management business.