Radio Recap: For Women by Women


Currently, three out of 10 American businesses are owned by women; women-owned businesses are 1.7x more productive than male owned businesses; women-owned businesses contribute over $1 trillion to the economy and employ 8 million Americans. Meanwhile global spending by women is set to be approximately $18 trillion [Read More]

November 13th, 2018|Radio|

Radio Recap: The Future of Fitness


Business is booming for the health and fitness industry, which topped a whopping $30 billion this year. Many say fitness is an internet-resistant sector because it’s one that actually requires a human interface to work. After all, you can’t get in shape just lying there, right? Actually [Read More]

November 7th, 2018|Radio|

Radio Recap: Tech of the Future

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In the past century, life expectancy was less than 35 years, 94% of the global population lived in extreme poverty, and less than 20% of the population was literate. Fast forward to the present day where human life expectancy is over 70 years, [Read More]

November 2nd, 2018|Radio|

Radio Recap: Playing the Long Game


Inc. Magazine’s Alyssa Satara recently shared the forward-thinking ideas of the Millennial, Forbes’ 30 to Watch Under 30, med-tech founder of NeoLight—a company that aims to bring new technology to neonatal care. Because med-tech is such a highly regulated space it cannot implement innovative solutions quite the [Read More]

October 24th, 2018|Help, Job, Radio|

Radio Recap: Live Entertainment in VR


 From Johnny English to Weird Al Yankovic, virtual reality is set to take over cinemas this fall with Oculus VR’s new platform, Venues. Created to deliver all sorts of entertainment experiences like live events, sports, concerts, and comedy shows Venues is like [Read More]

October 17th, 2018|Radio|

Radio Recap: Tech + Society


According to Wikipedia, a ‘technology society’ refers to the cyclical co-dependence, co-influence, and co-production tech and society have upon one other. While it’s no surprise that technology influences society’s values, technology is influenced by our values, too. Our daily needs, comfort and ease depend on tech so the demands for [Read More]

October 10th, 2018|Radio|

Radio Recap: AI + Venture Capital + Diversity


A recent report from global boutique investment bank, Drake Star Partners, revealed that, in 2017, venture capital investments toward the American artificial intelligence and machine-learning industry reached $6 billion while global investments in AI companies grew to over $12 billion. The report also estimates a compound annual [Read More]

October 3rd, 2018|Radio|

Radio Recap: Gender Pay Gap in Sports


Working women earn 80% as much as their male counterparts, which is almost .81cents for every dollar men earn. But when it comes to professional athletes that number falls a lot lower.

Take the U.S. women’s national soccer team, which generates more revenue than the men’s squad and [Read More]

September 26th, 2018|Radio|

Radio Recap: Women Helping Women

womenhelpingwomen@2x-1024x436According to a recent University of Phoenix study, more than half of Americans have not worked for a company with a female CEO, but there is statistical data that shows more women succeed when there are higher up female execs.

Take the 2015 Columbia and University of Maryland’s [Read More]

September 19th, 2018|Radio|

Radio Recap: Journalism in 360VR

Virtual reality is giving a never-before dreamed dimension to journalism by immersing audiences inside situations they’d otherwise be unable to experience. Instead of reading or watching 2D news, viewers can dive under melting Antarctic ice, visit the aftermath of a hurricane, or witness the savage destruction of [Read More]

September 12th, 2018|Radio|