At the age of 23, SoMe Connect Co-founder Aalap Shah left a great job with a top accounting firm to go and create his own company. He started in toys but is now looking to help other build their online brands and reach. Scott Kitun discusses the bond between startups and the call that tells…
PeaPodicity Co-founders Ahrani Logan and Brett Haase met on twitter and then started a company. The two founders both had a vision to expand education tech, including augmented reality meant to teach STEM. Learn how networking on twitter led the duo to business success.
Get an inside look at the dealings of building an app from the conceptual stage. Entrepreneur and musician Shawn Foster is developing a project to help Chicago musicians find and audience. Learn about the key moves it takes to build a project.
It’s been difficult to read or watch the news in the past year without being aware of the rise of driverless cars. Car and tech giants from Uber and Google to Tesla and Ford have identified self-driving vehicles as the next logical step in the industry, and are investing billions of dollars to plan accordingly. It’s a…
Fertilify CEO Lalli Marrato sought help from doctors to help couples choose the right time to become parents. Her product helps boost the opportunity to become pregnant.
Illinois is one of the densest regions in America for warehouses and now drones may take over the midnight shift. How widespread are drones becoming? Find out with Corvus Robotics CEO Jackie Wu.
Laveer Capital Management Principal Dudley Beyler climbed his way up in finance and is now investing in Chicago startups. Get inside the brain of an investor and find out what they are looking for when deciding to strike a deal with a seed-stage company.
Take a trip down memory lane with Avant CEO Al Goldstein to learn about his entrepreneurial journey from early struggles to success at the Technori Showcase.
International Water Day falls on March 22 each year. Take some time to learn about just how crucial water is to business and industry in ways you hadn’t considered.
Mike Dwyer of Cars.com is back in studio and he brought a friend. Heads of talent and innovation Dave Domm and Mike talk with Scott about the growth of Cars.com and how keeping an entrepreneurial approach is essential to sparking interest from millennials.