Jason Vazzano, CEO and Co-Founder, Vectorform
As CEO and Co-Founder of Vectorform, Jason had the great fortune of helping build an “idea-to-invention” company whose amazing team and culture drive continued results for global brands.
Vectorform helps both established and new companies invent and/or reinvent products that are technologically disruptive. For the past 18 years we have enabled clients like Google, GoPro, 3M, Disney, CNN, BMW, Coca Cola, Nike, Kaiser Permanente, Lockheed Martin, American Express and many other mid to large sized companies to accelerate invention ideas, multiply R&D returns, and close the innovation-execution gap that slows down most companies.
Companies that realize the most value working with us, share some common traits and beliefs:
● They are aspiring to be or already at the forefront of innovation
● They are driven to deliver quality experiences to their customers
● They are focused on building brand-to-customer relationships
● They value the power of people and collaboration
In 1999, his co-founder, Kurt Steckling, and Jason started Vectorform driven by their shared passion for people, technology and solving complex problems. Since then, they’ve been an integral part of innovation around the world, from building US Presidential election analysis software for Microsoft’s multi-touch Surface tables to building the world’s first iPhone app to remotely control a car. They have built one of the earliest driver assistance systems to use artificial intelligence (AI), followed by more recent activities helping our partners bring IoT products to market globally across industrial, consumer home automation, and healthcare industries.
In addition to Vectorform, Jason also serve on the Board of Directors at Crossroads for Youth, a non-profit organization that believes every child deserves a chance. Crossroads focuses on giving children the tools and skills required to lead a productive and happy life.