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Justin Kan

Justin Kan

An American entrepreneur, investor, and web developer. He well known for co-founding several technology companies such as Atrium, Socialcam, Justin.tv, and Twitch. He was a former parter for the startup incubator Y Combinator, and popularized the term 'lifecasting' by continuously live streaming his life on Justin.tv for several months.

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Justin KhanKan attended Yale University from 2001 to 2005. He graduated with a bachelor of arts double major in physics and philosophy.

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Exec is an on-demand service for the completion of simple tasks for a $25/hr flat fee that was founded in 2012 by Justin Kan. The company reportedly dropped the price of home cleaning services in each of the nine markets it was available in. Handy, a competitor of Exec, noticed the success Exec was having and purchased the company on January 14, 2014 in an equity deal worth less than $10 million.

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Atrium is a company focused on automating legal workflows that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in Justing Kan, Augie Rakow, Bebe Chueh, and Chris Smoak in September 2017. Justin Kan has been the CEO of Atrium since April 2017, and founded the company to solve many problems he faced as the founder of several technology companies. Kan told reporters:

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Exec is an on-demand service for the completion of simple tasks for a $25/hr flat fee that was founded in 2012 by Justin Kan. The company reportedly dropped the price of home cleaning services in each of the nine markets it was available in. HandyHandy, a competitor of Exec, noticed the success Exec was having and purchased the company on January 14, 2014 in an equity deal worth less than $10 million.

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