Lindsay Siwiec, executive director of My Favorite Outfit aids Chicago school kids by helping them select clothing from local stylists and teach them the power of fashion through building self empowerment and educational growth.
Katy Lynch launched her latest tech project Codeverse which makes coding accessible to children as young as 6-years-old. Lynch saw coding as a great way to for kids to be curious, make mistakes and build. Codeverse will start here in Chicago but Lynch has a much larger plan.
Tech is a crucial growth industry for Chicago. But is tech crucial enough to put one of its biggest benefactors into politics? Because the man who helped build 1871 Chicago now wants to be governor of Illinois. Who is JB Pritzker?
Semantify CEO Ashoke Dutt flipped his experience in banking over to delivering that same sophisticated, expensive technology to smaller banks for an affordable price with a low barrier to entry. Aka sit back and let them handle everything.
Technori Host Scott Kitun welcomes The Tie Bar founder Allyson Lewis into the WGN studio to talk about the evolving market of men’s fashion and making fashion available to younger men.
What’s in a name!? Ever have trouble trying to find the right name for your brand, project or product? Squadhelp CEO Darpan Munjal knows the pain and saw crowdsourcing as the solution. #ChicagoTech Munjal Joined host Scott Kitun and co-host Sean Froelich from “The Feed” to discuss the art of naming.
Songfinch producer Michael Stark promised Technori CEO Scott Kitun a hype song and holy smokes did he deliver! (He’s never going to live down this photo… we’re fired, probably 😬)
ChoreRelief hopped on the show to talk about how they are changing the shared economy and setting up their SaaS platform to take care of almost every small task you can think of plus assistance for your business, from formation to marketing.
CEO Bill Bennett talks to Scott about Level Office, a company that provides unique office spaces across the country that fits your business.
If you think having 20 tabs open on your browser means you’re being organized, then you’re wrong. With Sorc’d (“sourced”), gather all of your information and references in one place for simple use.