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Radio Recap: Kathleen Stetson + Stephanie Breedlove

Figuring out what to do in a town where arts and entertainment thrive can be a real pain—especially when you don't know where to look. Luckily there's Trill which gives you all the current information on performing arts happenings around town all at your fingertips. From music to dance, Trill quickly aggregates a host of information from a variety of sources so [Read More]

Radio Recap: Sallie Krawcheck + SCAD Augmented Reality

If Own It: The Power of Women at Work is not already the number one book on your 2017 reading list, it should be. Often called the ‘Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street,’ former CEO of Merrill Lynch Wealth, Smith [Read More]

Radio Recap: Indiegogo Co-Founder Danae Ringelmann + Jeane Lee Tahnk

Danae Ringelmann is an entrepreneur enabling other entrepreneurs to succeed. Having founded crowdfunding site Indiegogo before ‘crowdfunding’ was even a part of our popular lexicon, Danae knows the struggle of startups—having experienced her own share of closed doors after being denied [Read More]

Radio Recap: How Good + American Greetings

Nowadays it’s easy to find '100% organic,' 'locally grown,’ and 'GMO-free’ foods on the shelves of every grocery store—and why not? We all want to be healthier. But for food manufacturers their interest in our health is not as transparent—especially [Read More]

Radio Recap: SPiN + JaneHudson

  Jonathan Bricklin is an author and adult gaming entrepreneur, having co-founded SPIN, the popular ping-pong social club located in 6 different cities across the nation. Now Jonathan’s taking gaming to a whole new level with his newest endeavor—a VR theme park located off [Read More]

Radio Recap: Sheena Allen + Ariella Lehrer

Sheena Allen is the founder & CEO of CapWay and Sheena Allen Apps. She built her first startup with no technical background and has generated millions of downloads all through bootstrapping. Her second startup, CapWay, is a fintech company that caters to the underserved [Read More]

Radio Recap: CES 2017

CES officially began Thursday, January 5th, and runs until Sunday, January 8th with plenty of parties and demos happening along the way. This year over 165,000 attendees and a record 3,800 companies—20% of which did not even exist three years ago —are exhibiting across [Read More]

Radio Recap: Hidden Figures

In today’s layperson terms, one thinks of a computer more as a thing than as a person. But back in the 1930s, as America faced a second world war on the ground, and a pressing [Read More]

Radio Recap: Hello Alfred + Adaora Udoji

The on-demand economy can take its toll on its employees every bit as much as it can ease the daily stresses of its customers. Look at Uber, which sees drivers working upwards of 12 hours [Read More]

Radio Recap: Arkadium + Textpert App

Engaging and retaining digital attention gets trickier each day. More publishers are losing their once-dedicated audiences to mobile on-the-go content, BuzzFeed-style listicles, short-form video, and recommender systems—which provide monetization in exchange for user retention. The [Read More]

Radio Recap: Mark Fisher Fitness + How to Fail

Mark Fisher is the founder of one of the most notorious fitness studios in the nation. Having gone from a self-proclaimed workout nerd acting in regional theater gigs to becoming the biggest Broadway-body rebuilder out [Read More]