Actor Bryan Cranston stopped in at Chicago Ideas Week to discuss his new book “A Life in Parts.” Ideas Week founder Brad Keywell led the discussion and asked Cranston what the “Breaking Bad” star would write as his final words. Cranston then offered a piece of wisdom relatable to entreprenuers and curious-folk alike.
Nishant Sharma presents Reveel App, the ultimate app for connecting people, in-person at October 2016 Technori Startup Showcase.
Jamie Migdal presents FetchFind, a new way to connect pet owners with sitters, vets, trainers and pet lovers at October 2016 Technori Startup Showcase.
Fara Cardelli presents ReturnRunners, a service that helps people on the go return shopping items rather than spending all day waiting in lines!
Watch the Feed every Monday at 6 p.m. CT! On this episode: a major cyber attack shuts down your favorite websites. You can be part of the driverless car movement right here in Chicago! And this week’s Technori shoutout goes to Mystery Tackle Box!
Launching Technori 2.0 is as much about the future as it is our past! So, we decided to put together a little series recap – think Seinfeld 100 episodes, only not funny! Enjoy!
Did you know polling systems STILL use the obsolete Windows XP to pick our president? Technori Stories host John Rosin will fill you in on this and more. Thanks to Chicago Ideas for the informative panel on #NationalSecurity!
Charles Adler is a social entrepreneur, Co-founder and former Head of Design at Kickstarter, the ground-breaking funding platform for creative projects. As a leading entrepreneur and designer, his interest lies in platforms that empower creatives to pursue their ideas with economic footing.
Who’s buying twitter? If Russia is truly meddling in the U.S. election, how will our government respond? And finally, is now a good time to reach out to big time investors? Sean Froelich introduces our latest and greatest Technori program!
Meet 3 Chicago-based startups, REVEEL, DeskPass (and its CEO Sam Rosen) and Rent Like A Champion – which appeared on Shark Tank, and was invested in by Mark Cuban and Chris Sacca – when they sit down with Technori LIVE host Scott Kitun.