Showbiz Shelly recently held interviews with Nick Cannon and the stars of the newest Transformers movie here in Chi-town. Shelly has been watching the path many celebrities take after launching their own careers: entrepreneurship. Learn about what some celebs are doing to get involved in both philanthropy and modern startup life.
Chicago had two major, and we mean MAJOR tech leaders visit this past week. What in the world were they doing? Sean Froelich breaks down the most recent developments.
Digital Lobby founders Lou Phillips and Kevin Niebergall sit down with Sean to discuss how they are porting European ideas for WiFi back in the States. Digital Lobby uses WiFi to connect brands to consumers where they live, work.
Founders Paul Templar and Mike Jennings as well as Chief Creative Office Jim Marcus dropped by the Technori studio to talk about their video and photo editing platform Looplio. The app allows you to collaborate on a video project with friends and colleagues, all from the convenience of your smartphone. Looplio is available for beta…
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Pew Research has some numbers that offer some insight into our phone addictions. And how is the startup world working to avoid another recession?
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…
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…
We’ve all been there. Hamper full of clothes. Too lazy to do anything about it. “Tomorrow,” they always say. Why not make tomorrow today, and hit up Dryv. They’ll take your nasty clothes off your hands and return them nice and clean.
Asif Khan founded Caremerge to help incentive senior care facilities to offer specialized care and lighten the burden. Caremerge creates simple-to-use tech that helps simplify the complexities of individual care for the senior-living communities. Family can also keep up-to-date on the care for their loved ones through the software.