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Radio Recap: Wanderu + Science from Scientists

Wanderu now has more than $1 billion in partner ticket sales and generates over $100 million in annual revenue. But life for Wanderu wasn’t always this glossy. The early startup days were filled spent trying to convince transportation companies to partner with the company. Now Wanderu has investors like the former CEO of Greyhound and the former Orbitz Chairman. Polina [Read More]

Radio Recap: Refinery29 + Leah Busque of TaskRabbit

Piera Gelardi is the Executive Creative Director of Refinery29, the digital media company aimed at women’s lifestyle. Just this year AdWeek announced Refinery29 has an audience of over 500 million globally. Congratulations!! -- PIERA GELARDI "It wasn't a lightbulb moment [Read More]

Radio Recap: The Abraham Group + Francine Hardaway

Known as one of the top entrepreneurial marketing authorities, Jay Abraham is the CEO of The Abraham Group, an international strategic consulting corporation that advises clients’ on how to multiply their “Relational Capital.” Jay’s clients include blue-chip companies like Fed [Read More]

Radio Recap: Afrotech Conference + Furnishr

This past weekend social media was blowing up with excitement over the second annual Afrotech Conference hosted by Blavity, a black-Millennial-focused media company co-founded by Jonathan Jackson. JONATHAN JACKSON "Afrotech had over 2000 people in SF. It was amazing." "Morgan [Read More]

Radio Recap: Leslie Picker + Why We Sleep w/ Matthew Walker

Leslie Picker is a hedge fund, private equity and asset management reporter on CNBC. Previously Leslie was a reporter at The New York Times where she covered all things FinTech including restructuring and shareholder activism. Prior to The Times, she was a reporter at [Read More]

Radio Recap: Distraction + Focus w/ Nir Eyal and Curt Steinhorst

Dubbed the “The Prophet of Habit-Forming Technology” by the M.I.T. Technology Review, Nir Eyal writes and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. He’s spent several years consulting for the tech industry, teaching techniques he developed by closely studying how Silicon Valley giants [Read More]

Radio Recap: JED Foundation + Fhitting Room

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, but for 15-24 year olds, it’s 3rd. Studies show that at least 90% of teens who kill themselves have some type of mental health problem, such as depression, anxiety, drug or alcohol abuse, [Read More]

Radio Recap: Aprés Group + TEDWomen

According to a study published by the Harvard Business Review, 37% of qualified women leave their jobs for extended periods of time and, of those women, only 40% find full-time jobs again. 23% find part-time work, [Read More]

Radio Recap: Tony Horton + WNET Channel 13

Tony Horton is an elite fitness trainer perhaps best known for his P90x, 1, 2 and 3 exercise videos— a series that have sold a combined total of 7 million copies and counting and have [Read More]

Radio Recap: Dashlane + C3 Foundation

If the Equifax hack has taught us anything, it’s that online security is still anything but secure. With a new hack or breach making news almost daily, people are constantly being reminded about the importance [Read More]

Radio Recap: Wheels Up + Dr. Joel Fuhrman

Private aviation-membership company, Wheels Up, launched in August 2013, and by the end of 2014, Wheels Up had already signed up 1,000 members who can all book a closed-fleet of private planes through their mobile [Read More]