Appearing on Technori’s Startup Showcase, Altaneve is using the republic.co crowdfunding platform to help raise money for their prosecco and reach the entire world. Coming straight from the Italy-Austria border, Altaneve has been in the prosecco business for nearly 10 generations. Become a part of their family today: https://republic.co/altaneve
Watch Pigeonly founder Frederick Hutson tell his story and how he came up with the idea to more affordably communicate with an incarcerated loved one. Invest in Pigeonly on Republic.
BOONVR is solving the piles of med-tech that goes unused because students and professionals both are not trained to use them. Invest in BOONVR on republic: https://republic.co/boon-vr
Watch property rental startup Vacayo presented on stage by CEO Truth Oladapo at Technori’s 2018 February Startup Showcase.
It’s time to get serious about ordering weed. Sounds funny, doesn’t it? As the cannabis industry grows, it’s only a matter of time before Illinois goes full-blown reefer madness. Legalization is in the wind, baby. That’s why Scott Kitun and co-host, GoCivic Managing Director and community organizer Beth Bond, strike up conversation on what a legal…
Ocient CEO and successful entrepreneur Chris Gladwin joins Scott onstage for a chat at the February 2018 Startup Showcase.
Technori is where the world’s emerging startups come to showcase! We help startups gain traction by engaging with thousands of would-be investors, partners, and customers through our highly curated showcase events and media channels. Until now, starting and investing in companies has been reserved for only the wealthiest 3%. So, we’ve partnered with Republic to let anyone invest directly in the startups that…
eSports is legit Is #eSports in the same company as the #NBA or #MLB? Here's some evidence that points to YES! #GAMEON Posted by Technori on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 Is #eSports in the same company as the #NBA or #MLB? Here’s some evidence that points to YES! #GAMEON
RajNATION joined Scott Kitun and Beth Bond live in-studio at WGN Radio to share his thoughts on why social media is the absolute worst (even though we were live tweeting), how startups should prepare before pitching to anyone other than their mother… and why it seems like STEAM is basically just school.
Why do we — humans — use tech? So we can get food delivered to us in half an hour and so the children in Tonga can upload their Minecraft videos to YouTube. No, seriously, why do we? Because we want to solve real-world problems; we want to ensure that what we want is what…