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.
This week we chat with Josh Levy, a veteran of the startup scene and creator of the GitHub document The Art of the Command Line. Join us as we talk about Josh's background in tech and how he got started. Plus we get into the pros and cons of GitHub as a (non-code) document collaboration tool.
This week we chat with Red Russak. The the past several years Red has become one of the best connected members of the startup community in Seattle. From his work with Startup Seattle that was eventually sold to the City of Seattle, to starting the New Tech Seattle and Cannabis Tech Meetups, he has made a huge contribution to the startup community here. Join us as we chat about New Tech Seattle, Red's visit to the white house, and all things Cannabis.
This week we chat with Mary Jesse, a veteran entrepreneur, and Chief Strategy Officer at VRStudios. Find out more about the current state of enterprise VR and the approach VRStudios is taking to the industry.
This week we talk with Darby Wong, Co-Founder and CEO of Clerky. Darby left his big tech law firm to start Clerky, a startup focused on automating legal document creation for startups. Darby was a great guest because of his startup experience, but also because his company focuses on something every startup can use.
This week we chat with Co-Founder of 9 Mile Labs, Sanjay Puri. 9 Mile Labs is a startup accelerator focused on enterprise startups. We talk with Sanjay about 9 Mile, the latest crop of startups to come through their program, and the unique challenges of selling into enterprise.
This week we chat with Susan Sigl of SeaPoint Ventures about how she got started as an entrepreneur, her work previously as CEO of the WTIA and her current role as Co-Founder of venture capital firm SeaPoint Ventures.
This week we chat with Forrest Gibson about all things Kickstarter. Forrest has been involved with some fairly large and successful Kickstarter campaigns, including work with Planetary Resources on their funding of the Arkyd space telescope.
This week we chat with Kara Jacinta about her work helping train veterans to code using a novel approach involving bio-feedback.
This week we chat with J. Paul Hammann of Ombitron about the Internet of Things and his company's work making connected devices more accessible to enterprise customers.
This week we chat with Brett Greene organizer of an event in town called New Tech Northwest. We out about how Brett and New Tech Northwest got started, and hear about what it takes to create a thriving community around a meetup event.
This week we chat with Janis Machala of Paladin Partners. Janis is a veteran entrepreneur who works with a variety of startups, particularly those with technical minded founders in need of some help on the business front. We talk about tips for new entrepreneurs, market validation and how to connect with potential customers earlier in a company's development cycle.
This week we chat with Carla Fowler, Managing Director of Thaxa, a performance consulting and research firm that helps people achieve big goals. We talk about goal setting and Carla shares some advice for how to prioritize projects and focus on big picture goals. We also chat about how Carla started work in this space based on her experience as a MD and PhD in Immunology.