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Gideon Kimbrell

Gideon Kimbrell

Guest Writer
CEO of InList.com, Founder of Syragon

About Gideon Kimbrell

Gideon Kimbrell is the co-founder and CEO of Miami-based InList.com, which provides an app for booking reservations at exclusive nightlife, charity and entertainment events. He is also the founder and owner of Syragon, a software development and engineering company in Miami.

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