We all remember our favorite children’s books. But, many children’s books under represent many families and children, and Kazoom books is changing this shortcoming.
Introduced by Chicago Treasurer Kurt Summers, Blue1647 founder Emile Cambry delivered a moving address about how incubators and entrepreneurship can and should help build economic development within our impoverished neighborhoods.
Teenager Shamari Walker builds video games and companies. He founded Ascunia Tech at 15. Scott Kitun invited Shamari to the Technori stage to introduce himself to the startup community. Scott also has a special gift to surprise Shamari.
Republic is a response to the law that anyone investor, that even means you! can now invest in a company and receive equity in return. Learn more from equity-crowdfunding site www.Republic.co about this new way to invest.
Shopping Gives is made for organizations seeking a new way to find much needed donations for their causes.
Ever wanted to learn a new language but quickly gave up? Well, learn like the babies do! FlipWord makes learning a new language a secondary learning experience that you’ll digest as you go about your normal reading.
Veteran Noel Gonzalez felt the call to aid veterans in their transition into civilian life by helping them find work.
Ellison Eyewear was started in response to the universal experience of losing something you love. Aristotle Loumis helps save you the worry next time you lose your beloved shades.
Watch Desiree Vargas Wrigley present Pearachute a membership club that makes it easier to get kids into classes and programs.
Shaherose Charania of Women 2.0 speaks about diversity in tech at the February 2017 Technori Showcase.