Daniel Kan is a San Francisco-based entrepreneur and investor. He grew in up Seattle, Washington and attended Claremont McKenna College where he double majored in Economics and Physiology while also earning a minor in Leadership. He then moved to San Francisco and later became an entrepreneur.
Kan initially worked for UserVoice as Head of Business Development upon arriving in San Francisco in 2009. He developed a variety of mobile applications and in 2011, he left UserVoice to co-found EXEC. It was an on-demand personal assistant service that was predominately used for seeking house-cleaning services. He sold the startup in 2014 and co-founded Cruise, a company that has created a service for autonomous vehicles. The company was bought in 2016 by General Motors for $1 billion. Kan still works as Chief Product Officer for the company.
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