Take a trip down memory lane with Avant CEO Al Goldstein to learn about his entrepreneurial journey from early struggles to success at the Technori Showcase.
Veramarx gives physicians a clear diagnosis of when a patient has Lyme Disease. Modern physicians misdiagnose Lyme Disease more than any other illness. That’s why we have Veramarx.
Ivory Clasp Co-Founders Avi Zolty and Sean Rimokh match seasonal, stylish handbags with your personality. Their model is built on a monthly subscription that gives you a luxury look for a fraction of the price. Showbiz Shelly joins Scott to interview the duo behind the handbag.
For those of us who enjoy leisurely day at the golf course, staying “hydrated” is essential to up your game. Caddy Tap CEO Don Piotrowski developed an app that will conveniently bring drinks to your location with the tap of a button.
Bucketfeet CEO Raaja Nemani built an outlet for artists around the globe to design unique sneakers for you. The collaboration is a great way to spark conversation and offer a platform for designers to meet and collaborate. Bucketfeet is also the first sneaker brand launched in Chicago.
Meet DeskView, the company that transforms any window into a desk. “Stand up” to boring work norms, and work from your window.
Can weed save Illinois finances? Chicago startup Reading With Pictures is advocating for comics in school. And finally, find out how Rumi Spice is boosting the economy in Afghanistan.
You tip others for a good job, but you don’t tip yourself? Why not? Give yourself a tip for making it to the gym, or for cooking dinner! Use Tip Yourself to… tip yourself. You earned it!
When it comes to the biggest mysteries of the internet, how to get more eyes on your posts is up near the top. Sapphire Apps C0-Founder Thomas Ma helps celebrities like Lindsay Lohan leverage and grow social media presence with personalized emojis and can offer that service to you too.
Fresh off appearing on ABC’s Shark Tank, Guard Llama Co-Founders Joe Parisi and Adam Havey stopped in to discuss how the TV experience impacted their safety device company and how they acquired a living llama for the show.