Scott welcomes Showbiz Shelly to the studio as they kick off the show and Shelly helps up the tech scene’s party cred.
Introduced by Chicago Treasurer Kurt Summers, Blue1647 founder Emile Cambry delivered a moving address about how incubators and entrepreneurship can and should help build economic development within our impoverished neighborhoods.
Scott talks to Katie Lord about how she helps all businesses including small budget start-ups get the creative design services they need.
Capital One works incredibly hard to support women in technology, in fact, it’s one of the early adopters of a growing trend to pair male allies with female technologists in an effort to close the internal gender gap.
Wabash Lights cofounders Jack C. Newell and Seth Unger talk to Scott about their project The Wabash Lights – the biggest piece of public art in Chicago’s history – an interactive light sculpture under the Wabash “L” tracks, designed by you.
Mike Dwyer, came to Chicago to become an improv star. What he ended up finding was a bridge between improvisational skills and finding the right talent for businesses.
The craft brewery market has exploded in recent years. Jason Pratt, manager of beer education at MillerCoors, weighs in on where the future of the beer industry is going.
Ellison founder Aristotle Loumis talks to Scott Kitun about his amazing handmade glasses company and how you can become an investor in his company by equity crowdfunding!
From equity crowdfunding and placing street art beneath Chicago’s famed Wabash El, to finding the best craft beer, and everything in-between, Scott Kitun talks with the founders and executives from some major brands including; MillerCoors and Cars.com on this week’s episode of Technori LIVE at WGN Radio.
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