League co-founder and CEO Michael Serbinis joined Scott Kitun to chat about how a healthcare and wellness startup that has raised more than $25,000,000 is choosing Chicago for its North American HQ. Also hear why, as a 4-time founder with 12 years in the Valley and more than $1B in exits, he is so excited about the potential Chicago brings to his company!
The week after E3 is typically a slow news week. In this episode, John talks about Atari’s new video game console, some exciting eSports announcements, and why EA is literally robbing you blind.
Actor and celebrity-entrepreneur Nick Cannon stopped into Chicago to host the Teen Mogul summit, an event that spotlights young innovators from underserved communities in Chicago. Showbiz Shelly visited the event to have a sit-down chat with the “Wild ‘N Out” star. Seems like even someone as successful as Cannon still recognizes the risks involved with being an entrepreneur.
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Katlin Smith went on mission to raise the bar for food ingredients, starting from her very own kitchen. She has developed crackers, cakes and cookies that are completely natural. Her company, Simple Mills, has been seeing major growth, find out how she stays balanced. Scott is joined by entertainment reporter Showbiz Shelly.
Pew Research has some numbers that offer some insight into our phone addictions. And how is the startup world working to avoid another recession?
Mark Baldino and Ben Ihnchak are the co-founders of Fuzzy Math. Their works is revolutionizing the way industries produce. Augmented Reality makes work safer and more efficient. Host of “The Feed” Sean Froelich hosts the discussion about how augmented reality may change our lives.
FlashFrame CEO Griffin Kelly and COO Nathanael Robinson saw an opportunity in racing. They saw a business built around crowdsourcing photography from marathons and other race events. The business was a success. But they ran into a little trouble with the hosts of the event. Get an inside look into what it’s like to be a disruptor.
Inventables knows kids need to learn how to code and be tech savvy if they want any chance of getting a job in the future. Well, that might not be 100% true, but it’s at LEAST 60% true.
Want to play a hand in developing public art? Wabash lights wants to string up color changing lines of lights under the L train tracks on Wabash that can turn on and off in a rhythm by any user connected to the app. Jack Newell and Seth Unger present at the Technori Showcase in May 2017.