Global investment opportunities are growing rapidly, particularly in Africa, but how can you quantify opportunities that are poorly tracked? Enter Quantextive.
We all remember our favorite children’s books. But, many children’s books under represent many families and children, and Kazoom books is changing this shortcoming.
Introduced by Chicago Treasurer Kurt Summers, Blue1647 founder Emile Cambry delivered a moving address about how incubators and entrepreneurship can and should help build economic development within our impoverished neighborhoods.
Watch the wackiest tech show in Chicago where Sean Froelich covers the growing Chicago job market, the newest Nintendo console and find out how Uber was once again playing by their own rules.
Founder and CEO of BLUE1647 Emile Cambry created a space where ideas meet execution. Collaborate in a creative environment so you can produce your best work through education, business acceleration, and events.
Teenager Shamari Walker builds video games and companies. He founded Ascunia Tech at 15. Scott Kitun invited Shamari to the Technori stage to introduce himself to the startup community. Scott also has a special gift to surprise Shamari.
Uber is promising changes, but will it be enough to confront the allegations of sexual harassment inside the company? And when is it the right time for your company to consider an HR department? According to reporting by the Chicago Tribune, it’s never too soon.
Is this The Jetsons? No. It’s 2017, and cars can find parking spots all by themselves! With help from apps like ParkWhiz and Spot Hero, parking is as easy as turning on the radio.
Scott talks to Brian Vogt about launching GoCleanLabel last year and his work at Brisan. Brian then discusses his work with other startup companies to better the food industry through thought.
Scott talks to Katie Lord about how she helps all businesses including small budget start-ups get the creative design services they need.