Archive for July, 2016

83: How Weissbeerger Is Turning Drinks Into Data

I recently discovered a company called Weissbeerger. They are a company using data to transform the way breweries, restaurants, and bars all

82: How the LOT Network Are Disarming Patent Trolls

It seems on a regular basis we’re constantly reading about the effects of trolls online. We all know trolls exist on social

81: David Kalt – Creator of Reverb and Chicago Music Exchange

Our guest tonight is David Kalt from reverb.com. Since launching reverb.com in 2013 David has been busy working side by side with

80: Martin Rawls-Meehan, CEO of Reverie the Sleep Technology Company

If there is one thing we all have in common with each other it’s our need to sleep. We all need that

79: How DialogTech Is Using Machine Learning to Automatically Categorize Phone Calls

Tonight we’re going to be talking to Irv Shapiro. He’s the CEO of a company called DialogTech. He’s going to be talking

78: How The Dreem headband Monitors Brain Activity To Help You Sleep

The wealth of sleep trackers at the moment have huge inaccuracies whether it be putting your Smartphone under a pillow or wearing

77: Amantha Imber Discusses The Innovation Formula

Today I want to talk about innovation. It seems every business leader is trying to embed a culture of innovation and often

76: How PopSugar Is Using Adobe Analytics To Fuel Growth

Tonight we have Chris George from PopSugar. Those of you who haven’t heard of PopSugar are probably male, because PopSugar is aimed

75: How This Device Lets Doctors Conduct Eye Exams Through a Smartphone

As many of you know, I love how technology is solving problems. I came across a great solution today about simple, effective

74: How Brainshark CEO Greg Flynn is Helping Companies Improve Sales Productivity

I have a great guest on tonight from a company called Brainshark. They are a provider of sales enablement technology which is

73: BeyondCore Founder and CEO Arijit Sengupta Talks About Why 80% of BI Projects Fail

We have a great guest lined up tonight, Arijit Sengupta, from a company called BeyondCore. For those of you who don’t know,

72: Lifeway Food’s CEO Julie Smolyansky Talks About the Technology and Innovation Behind Probiotics

I heard a fantastic story recently about a company called Lifeway Food’s. The company started in the basement of a family home

71: Stephanie Newby, CEO of Crimson Hexagon Talks About Completing a Native American Vision Quest

My guest tonight is Stephanie Newby. She’s the CEO of Crimson Hexagon and founder of Golden Seeds, an investment firm that connects

70: Huddle CEO Morten Brøgger Talks About the Importance of Collaboration

Huddle is an enterprise content collaboration company that’s helping organizations across the globe transform the way they work. From internal collaboration across

69: Alan Tisch Co-Founder and CEO of Shopping Startup Spring

Today is Amazon Prime Day 2016. This is what many are calling the year of conversational commerce. This is the rise of

68: The 4K Digital Display Bringing Next Generation Art To Traditional Living Rooms

I’m always looking for new and exciting ways to interact with technology. I came across something recently called Klio. This interactive device

67: Karl Wirth, CEO & Founder of Evergage Talks About Personalization

We spoke recently of the personalization of everything. I read recently that 85 percent of marketers are using personalization and of those

66: How This User-Generated Video Game Is Leading The Way With Innovation and VR

Tonight we have David Baszucki, the founder, and co-creator of ROBLOX on the show. Anyone with kids will probably know the game

65: Stayful Co-Founder and CEO Cheryl Rosner on the Boom in the Boutique Hotel Business

We have a very special guest on the show today. Cheryl Rosner was the CEO and former President of Hotels.com. She has

64: How This Startup Is Tackling The Shopping Cart Abandonment Problem

My guest tonight is Richard Sharp, the CTO of the Google-backed company, Yieldify. He is the scientific and technical brain behind the

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