Aaron Bare is an Author, Strategist, and Entrepreneur. He has launched 3 successful accelerators, exited 12 companies, and created 3 non-profits to solve big problems. He performs due diligence for many family offices, venture scout for a VC firm and has been EIR 4 times.
Aaron started his technology career at Accenture. Aaron went on to develop over 400 websites, software projects, and apps at his award-winner digital agency. At the same time, Aaron built the largest Sales Association in the world, a career site with 10-million monthly visitors, the #1 food app in the Apple Store which held the top spot for 20 weeks, and a Facebook community reaching 9-million visitors per week.
Aaron also was an early cryptocurrency advocate as he built a Bitcoin-powered auction site. He then doubled sales in 6-months at the first Drone Management Platform. Aaron built a Cybersecurity company to 60,000 clients, accelerated a Neuroscience company, launched one of the first crowdfunding platforms, holds a 3D-printing patent with his daughter, and spent a year in Silicon Valley at NASA Ames as EIR at Singularity's University and was Co-Executive Producer of the Award-Winning Documentary “The University."
Aaron has also been an EIR at ASU WP Carey School of Business, ASU Fulton School of Engineering, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation, and Arizona Commerce Authority. He is currently working with an X-Prize winning mask. He has launched a venture equity/consulting firm to accelerate ideas. Finally, he advises C-Suite, startup founders, private equity, venture capital, and family offices on the future of business and exponential theory.
Aaron has been a lecturer/adjunct professor on Innovation and Entrepreneurship for 10+ years. He is also a global speaker and facilitator that has facilitated many strategic discussions on innovation and leadership at organizations in 90+ Countries and all 50 States. Aaron’s success and proven performance as a leader in his field garnered him acknowledgment as “35 under 35” Entrepreneurs; “40 under 40” Leaders; Most Innovative Company of the Year; and, featured in the likes of the Wall Street Journal, Wired, Fast Company, and Inc. Magazine. Aaron also co-founded Herozona Foundation and The Bridge Forum, a national community-focused event bridging the gap between police and communities.