CEO & Founder
Dan Tabori’s career includes extensive executive level experience across diverse industries. His leadership style has been categorized by clear and energetic visioning, a collaborative mindset, and a focus on operational excellence that has led to a successful track record. As the CEO of Kairos Biomedical, Tabori joins the team after having served as a member of the executive team at Locations, LLC, the leading residential real estate company in Hawaii. During his 13 years at Locations, the company experienced tremendous growth, including capturing the #1 market share position in Hawaii. Tabori was directly responsible for running the day to day business operations for the company, overseeing innovation and growth in the company’s Technology, Research, Marketing, Business Operations and Property Management departments. Additionally, he coordinated multiple successful corporate acquisitions, and spearheaded the launch of several new joint ventures in mortgage, title & escrow & property management. He has served on the Board of Directors of various corporations including Wells Fargo Home Mortgage of Hawaii, Compass Home Loans and Premier Title & Escrow, and has developed and chartered clear and aggressive growth pathways for each these businesses. Prior to his tenure as an executive in the real estate space, Tabori spent over a decade in the Silicon Valley area, including at technology start-ups Net-it Software and Allegis Corporation, later acquired by Click Commerce, Inc. Tabori helped build and grow both organizations that developed and marketed enterprise software targeted at Global 2000 customers in hi-tech, financial, manufacturing and various other industries. He held senior management and executive level roles and has extensive experience in Business Development, Product Management & Product Development. In addition to his corporate involvement, Tabori donates his time to non-profits, and serves on several non-profit Board of Directors. He holds degrees in both Computer Science and Economics from UC Berkeley.