After speaking at an event at 1871, representatives from several Israeli organizations working in the entrepreneurial and innovative space joined Scott in studio to talk about start up culture, building a relationship with the startup communities in Chicago and greater America and what their organizations do. Guests are Gidi Grinstein, Co-Founder of TOM, Yotam Dagan,…
Scott talks to Brian Vogt about launching GoCleanLabel last year and his work at Brisan. Brian then discusses his work with other startup companies to better the food industry through thought.
Scott talks to Shaherose Charania about building understanding and empathy to look beyond President Trump and come together. They also talked about seeing the need for Women2.0 and how she built it.
Netflix and chill with The Feed’s own Sean Froelich. Americans bask in the light of their televisions, but not the way they used to. Space-X is back baby – and a cast that lets you scratch an itch? – WHAT?
Chicago City Treasurer, Kurt Summers, talked to Scott about the need the city had to have a treasurer with a strong financial background and investing experience. He also discussed how the violence in Chicago has impacted it’s growth.
Never do your laundry again! With startup company Starchup, you can have your laundry picked up and delivered whenever you please. Join John Rosin and CEO of Starchup Nick Chapleau as they explain how you can save time for better things.
The veterans at Bunker Labs HQ in Chicago are more than willing to help other veterans get started in their own business (ad)ventures! All it takes is a little confidence and a big idea.
J Schwan, founder of Solstice Mobile, shows the power of their digital strategies and solutions. Chris Phenner of Gimbal goes into how its location-based solutions help maximize mobile strategy.
Co-founder and CEO Mike Preuss presents at the May Technori showcase the Chicago startup Visible, a technology platform that simplifies the process of sharing, managing and reporting of data between startup companies and investors.
Co-founder and CEO Rohit Pasam presents Xaptum, a Chicago-based start up that builds infrastructure to lets devices connected to it to message each other like parking space sensors, digital signage and crime analytics.