Ashley Logan, CEO of Yakkety Yak talked about their mission of helping businesses connect with the right target audience through writing, using a voice and tone specifically designed to reach end users, including company blogs and newsletters, social media marketing, case studies, white papers, press releases, copywriting services, product marketing and more.
Scott finds out about Civis Analytics from Dan Wagner. The goal of Civis is to help organizations find the truth in their data, and to spur them to actions that will change the world for the better.
Netflix and chill with The Feed’s own Sean Froelich. Americans bask in the light of their televisions, but not the way they used to. Space-X is back baby – and a cast that lets you scratch an itch? – WHAT?
Wacky man John Rosin visits with Rent Like A Champion CEO Mike Doyle to discuss what life after “Shark Tank” entails.
Chad Richardson, Operations and Sales and Anurag Garg, CEO of Dattus talk to Scottabout how they are leading the industry in finding a way to make machines “smart.”
Park Whiz Aashish Dalal, CEO of ParkWhiz, talks to Scott about how ParkWhiz has evolved from just a parking app to getting in the mobility services area and getting embedded in connected cars.
John talks to Ellison Eyewear founder Aristotle Loumis about how he’s disrupting the eyewear industry and leaning on his Greek heritage to make stylish shades. Ellison is raising capital via Republic’s Equity Crowdfunding portal and here’s how you can get involved!
Take a look at the most exciting startups of 2017. The world of technology is going to push the limits of human expectation this year, and we couldn’t be more excited! Don’t forget to buy your tickets for this month’s Technori Showcase either.
CEO of Framework Communications, John Fakhoury, is reinventing how we -the consumers- connect with technology. Their goal? Make technology carefree so it enables productivity.
Speaking to your doctor about an STD can be rough. Instead of that, why not try receiving help online? BeSafeMeds is here to ensure everyone receives help with their STD, no matter how embarrassing.