Boycotts against Google ads could hurt your favorite YouTuber. Also, Facebook will allow users to personally fundraise in a time of crisis, the move may bring much needed help. But the idea is making others squirm.
Female tech founders have found a place to call home in Chicago, whether it’s last night’s WiSTEM Showcase, or organizations such as Capital One that launched the Women In Tech speaker series to help support all of our amazing female tech leaders. Joining Scott to talk about the most recent WIT event, was Capital One…
Rod Rakic from Open Airplane, Inc., talked to Scott about the FlyOtto service that they have which makes it easier to find, book and pay for trips on privately chartered aircraft– kind of like Uber for airplanes.
BRACEUNDER is an athletic apparel company designed to make every body better through dynamic, therapeutic, and customizable support. Founder Teddy Hodges talks to Scott Kitunabout their mission, to offer innovative solutions to one of the oldest problems in history – preventing, and healing from, injury.
Tracey Wiedmeyer, the Chief Technology Officer from Incontext Solutions, talked to Scott Kitunabout the scalable cloud-based virtual reality (VR) shopping and retail solutions that they offer. They also dive into how VR can help predict consumer behavior and looked at the virtual reality market research technology.
Chicago Entrepreneur and Technori host Scott Kitun sits down at WGN studio with Tiesta Tea founder Patrick Tannous, OpenAirplane founder Rod Rakic and Spare-To-Share founder Greg Jaros to talk about how they’ve gone about turning their startups into fast-growing Chicago businesses!
Mabbly CEO Hank Ostholthoff, a digital agency that is moving into neuromarketing joined Scott Kitun to discuss how important it is to create a purpose driven culture in your company.
Mark Lawrence is the founder of a Chicago based company called SpotHero. Ever heard of it? Scott had Mark on Technori LIVE for a visit, since being one of the first companies featured on Technori, and he came back talking about their continued success in the $30 billion dollar parking industry.
Stemming from the maker moment, Zach Kaplan founded the creative product company, Inventables. Working with kids and inspiring adults, Scott Kitun discovered that Zach’s approach is influenced by something all kids can understand, Legos. The two chatted on Technori LIVE about the path to his goal of having a 3D printer in every school in the country by the end of the decade, and…
George Bousis and Scott Kitun go way back to the very first episode when Technori used to be Tomorow’s Business Today (his first guest to be exact). George joined Scott to break down what has happened with Raise.com in the last nine months and most of the time was looking at themselves from the outside in. The big news though…