Bucketfeet CEO Raaja Nemani built an outlet for artists around the globe to design unique sneakers for you. The collaboration is a great way to spark conversation and offer a platform for designers to meet and collaborate. Bucketfeet is also the first sneaker brand launched in Chicago.
Meet DeskView, the company that transforms any window into a desk. “Stand up” to boring work norms, and work from your window.
You tip others for a good job, but you don’t tip yourself? Why not? Give yourself a tip for making it to the gym, or for cooking dinner! Use Tip Yourself to… tip yourself. You earned it!
When it comes to the biggest mysteries of the internet, how to get more eyes on your posts is up near the top. Sapphire Apps C0-Founder Thomas Ma helps celebrities like Lindsay Lohan leverage and grow social media presence with personalized emojis and can offer that service to you too.
Fresh off appearing on ABC’s Shark Tank, Guard Llama Co-Founders Joe Parisi and Adam Havey stopped in to discuss how the TV experience impacted their safety device company and how they acquired a living llama for the show.
Swishlinks Marketing and PR Coordinator Isabelle Golczynski and Brand Coordinator Alexandra Ofori-Atta are launching a professional social network focused on visual presentation. The platform shows worker passion within traditional resumes, putting creativity at the forefront.
Unearth the World CEO and Technori Showcase alum Kathryn Pisco continues her mission of pairing international non-profits with individuals seeking to get involved with meaningful humanitarian work and evolve the normal university model for international education.
Managing Director of Network Ventures Jeff Maters is working to expand startup investment in Chicago. Many companies depend on angel investment from sources that aren’t experienced. Maters wants to connect professional investors with seed-stage companies and help them reach that first million.
Lindsay Siwiec, executive director of My Favorite Outfit aids Chicago school kids by helping them select clothing from local stylists and teach them the power of fashion through building self empowerment and educational growth.
Katy Lynch launched her latest tech project Codeverse which makes coding accessible to children as young as 6-years-old. Lynch saw coding as a great way to for kids to be curious, make mistakes and build. Codeverse will start here in Chicago but Lynch has a much larger plan.