Voze CEO Dan Caffee to speak at Utah Tech University

ST. GEORGE, Utah — Sharing lessons learned from building tech companies and investing in entrepreneurs, Voze Founder and CEO Dan Caffee is the next speaker featured in Utah Tech University’s Elkington Founder Speaker Series.

Caffee will speak at noon on March 21 in the Main Stage Theater of the Eccles Fine Arts Center on the Utah Tech campus. The event is free to the community and all are invited to attend.

The founder of ventures like Teem, Neutron Interactive, JobDash and Voze, Caffee has years of hands-on experience overseeing companies that are working to improve the landscape of workplace experience, recruiting and education. He is dedicated to solving problems through the development of innovative technologies and investing in entrepreneurs.

As the CEO of Voze, a company that helps sales managers get timely, detailed and valuable notes from reps in the field, Caffee recognizes that skilled AI talent is indispensable and is dedicated to motivating his employees to pushing boundaries. As a leader, Caffee invests in strong teams, then steps back so they can thrive.

Caffee also serves as the board chair of Roots Charter High School and a partner with Persistent Ventures.

Utah Tech’s Elkington Founder Speaker Series is offered as part of the university’s polytechnic approach to education. This model emphasizes hands-on learning and career preparation in line with Utah Tech’s commitment to provide open, inclusive and comprehensive educational opportunities to students and community members alike. Learn more at utahtech.edu/polytech