This week we chat with investment banker Brad Gevertz about M&A transactions for tech companies.
This week we chat with Steve Broback and Jason Preston about the Dent Conference, which is coming up from March 19th to the 22nd 2017 in Sun Valley, Idaho. We talk with Steve and Jason about the conference and its mission to discuss how do you put a dent in the universe.
This week we chat with Bob Crimmins of Startup Haven and Startup Poker 2.0. Bob is a huge part of the startup ecosystem here in Seattle and has taken his Startup Poker 2.0 event beyond Seattle and into other startup communities.
This week we chat with Mike Davidson about his work leading the design team at Twitter and what is next for him. We also dive into the role technologists and startup entrepreneurs can take to help bridge the political divide in the US and make positive contributions after our most recent Presidential election.
This week we chat with Marianne Hudson of the Angel Capital Association about startups, angel investment, and some of the policy issues that face angel investors.
This week we chat with Jay Turner, CEO of JeffMont and Redbird Sports, about the business of making golf clubs and how he is using technology to help make golfers play better and enjoy the game more.
This week we talk with M&A Advisor Nat Burgess about the investment banking business and how startups can better groom themselves for acquisition.
This week we chat about marketing for startups with Mark Kurtz, Chief Growth Officer & VP of New Media at, marketing agency, Gage.
This week we chat with JJ McKay (Founder and Publisher) and Al Olson (Cannabis Editor) of the new lifestyle and entertainment website, The Fresh Toast, with a mission that includes helping make the cannabis conversation mainstream.
This week we chat with Yi-Jian Ngo, Managing Director of the Alliance of Angels in Seattle.
This week we chat with Tarah Wheeler. Tarah is the author of the book Women in Tech and is the Website Security Czar for Symantec.
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.