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Daniel Chu

Daniel Chu
Product Manager, Google, Inc.

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Daniel Chu is the Product Manager for Google Maps API Premier, which enables organizations to help employees to make location-based decisions and share valuable information with customers. Previous to Google, Daniel was at enterprise SaaS startups Icarian, Catapulse (acquired by Rational/IBM), and Open Harbor. He holds degrees from Harvard Business School, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and Stanford University.

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Location: California
Daniel Chu (Google, Inc.), Chris Conway (Trulia, Inc.), Mark Taylor (Weather Decision Technologies / iMap), Robert Fritchie (Weather Decision Technologies)
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A mapping API is a critical business tool, empowering you to organize and display your organization's data for use by employees and customers, and it's crucial to choose a solution that meets your needs. Read more.