Darrell Silver

Founder of Thinkful. Darrell Silver founded Thinkful back in 2012 with the idea to make job placement more efficient while enriching the academic experience. Thinkful provides online learning via one-on-one mentorship, programs and career guidance counselors to help structure your curriculum and reach career goals. It’s built on the premise that everyone should be able…

Yan Pritzker

Co-founder and CTO of Swan Bitcoin joins the show to talk about his journey into the world of cryptocurrency. The former CTO Of Reverb.com (which sold to Etsy for $275 million July 2019), he decided to leave the job in 2018 to focus on fully on the transformational power of Bitcoin and cutting through the…

Tyla-Simone Crayton

Tyla-Simone Crayton, the 16-year-old founder of Sienna Sauce came up with her delicious formula while her mom was hosting Wine and Wings. After the initial taste test stunned the room, Tyla-Simone recreated the sauce with better ingredients that cut out the excessive sugar and sodium than your regular bottle of ketchup or other condiment, and…

Dan Neiweem

Dan Neiweem, Co-founder and Principal of Avionos, joins the show to talk how the pandemic has changed business and tech needs. He also talks with Scott about the future of the buying experience for consumers, and how to think outside the traditional “events” box in a time of social distancing. Avionos consults, designs and implements…

Yoav Schwartz

Uberflip CEO Yoav Schwartz joins Scott to talk about Scott’s favorite topic, making engaging content! Especially content experience, which Uberflip’s platform allows customers to create personalized content at scale for a wholesome environment that encourages higher conversions for its customers. “It’s not just about clicking through, it’s about the full buyer’s journey,” Schwartz says. Providing…

Brian Luerrsen

Founder and CEO of App-building platform Draftbit which makes niche app ideas a reality by giving individuals and businesses the power to make apps without a big budget or team of engineers. Enterprises can use Draftbit to create specialized internal apps, while individuals and small businesses can create personalized networks, apps for events or apps…