Scott welcomes Showbiz Shelly to the studio as they kick off the show and Shelly helps up the tech scene’s party cred.
Mike Dwyer of Cars.com is back in studio and he brought a friend. Heads of talent and innovation Dave Domm and Mike talk with Scott about the growth of Cars.com and how keeping an entrepreneurial approach is essential to sparking interest from millennials.
Reports hit the web that profile big-time success and growth in the Illinois startup community. Watch wacky Sean Froelich as he lays out how far the startup community has come in the past few years.
Noirefy is a job referral and resource platform with a sole purpose to make sure everyone has the same job opportunities, specifically for people of color.
Chicago City Treasurer Kurt Summers announcing a commitment of investing more than $200 million into local startups at Technori Startup Showcase.
Marcus Cobb presents Jammber, where you can easily manage your creative projects, keep track of credits, and effectively organize every detail you need for your artistic projects – in record time!
Tiffany Mikell is passionate about education, but she dropped out of high school. But that’s what started her on the path to building online conferencing that allows users to make education more experiential.
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.