This week we chat with Janice Shade, founder of the crowd funding site Milk Money, about local crowd funding in the State of Vermont and what we can learn from how other states are handling crowd funding regulation.
Join us this week as we chat with Peter Chee, founder of the Thinkspace co-working spaces in Redmond and Freemont. We chat about co-working and trend in the type of startups that are using co-working spaces.
Join us this week as we chat with Steve Banfield, the CEO of ReachNow. ReachNow is a mobility service created and owned by BMW. They offer BMWs and Mini Coopers as a car sharing service and charge by the minute for drives around town. We talk about what it is like to be a startup within the context of a large corporation, and ReachNow's work with the City of Seattle to enable ReachNow users to pickup and drop off cars from any public parking spot in Seattle.
Join us this week as we chat with author William Mougayar about the future of the blockchain and its various applications for business. You can find William's book, The Business Blockchain, at Amazon.
This week we chat with Nathan McDonald about Keiretsu Forum and trends he is seeing in angel investing. We also talk a bit about the Keiretsu process for due diligence when selecting investments, and the upcoming Northwest Angel Capital Expo on August 18, 2016. More information about the Northwest Angel Capital Expo can be found at: http://www.k4northwest.com/events/northwest-angel-capital-expo
This week we chat with Michael Butler of Cascade Capital about investment banking and what acquirers are looking for in target companies, and how best to position your company for sale.
This week we chat with Heather Redman, a tech executive and angel investor, about how she got her start and how we can attract more people to angel investing.
This week we chat with Lauren Kickham about impact investing and her work at Vulcan helping identify opportunities for successful investments that drive positive change in the world.
This week we chat with Bryan Brewer about startup fundraising and the Minimum Fundable Company test that he developed to help companies understand if they are ready to raise money.
This week we chat with Seattle University Law Student and Entrepreneur, Miguel Willis about CaseBook, a textbook marketplace for law students.
This week we chat with startup veteran Buzz Bruggeman. We chat about his company ActiveWords, Microsoft's acquisition of Linkedin, the prospects of VR, and his advice for young entrepreneurs.
This week we chat with Brenton Webster of Fastbar Technologies. Fastbar offers a service that enables fast payments for drinks and merchandise at events using wristbands that are linked to the attendees' credit cards.
This week we chat with Shauna Causey about her work with large and small companies helping them adapt to social media, and her current work with startups and as a Board Member of KUOW.
This week we chat with Nick Tommarello of WeFunder.com about crowdfunding and WeFunder's launch of its equity crowdfunding platform, which has been enabled by federal crowdfunding laws that go into effect on May 19th 2016.