Crowdspring CEO Ross Kimbarovsky was tired of lackluster web design offered by expensive firms. So he democratized the industry by allowing young artists sell their work to businesses needing design services. The rest is success. Listen to this episode of Technori LIVE on WGN Radio: Crowdspring gives artists a foot in the door
Managing Director of Network Ventures Jeff Maters is working to expand startup investment in Chicago. Many companies depend on angel investment from sources that aren’t experienced. Maters wants to connect professional investors with seed-stage companies and help them reach that first million.
Scott talked to Adam Hughes, President of Avant, about how his company has grown to more than a $2B valuation by providing a customized approach to consumer credit options.
Female tech founders have found a place to call home in Chicago, whether it’s last night’s WiSTEM Showcase, or organizations such as Capital One that launched the Women In Tech speaker series to help support all of our amazing female tech leaders. Joining Scott to talk about the most recent WIT event, was Capital One…
QikPix founder Jarek Hamilton talks about why he brings an entourage, Teri Arvesu on how Univision is reshaping the media industry, Rippleshot sheds some light on how fraud prevention works, Jesse McCabe shares the secrets to a successful merger and Nate Shanklin talks renewable energy!
kCura Chief People Officer Dorie Blesoff joins Scott Kitun on Technori Live at WGN Radio to talk about the Cubs World Series title, culture and managing growth at the rapidly growing data company.
Scott Washburn jumps behind the mic with Scott Kitun and a bottle of wine to talk about his wine club startup, Winestyr.
Rod Rakic from Open Airplane, Inc., talked to Scott about the FlyOtto service that they have which makes it easier to find, book and pay for trips on privately chartered aircraft– kind of like Uber for airplanes.
Chicago Entrepreneur and Technori host Scott Kitun sits down at WGN studio with Tiesta Tea founder Patrick Tannous, OpenAirplane founder Rod Rakic and Spare-To-Share founder Greg Jaros to talk about how they’ve gone about turning their startups into fast-growing Chicago businesses!
Mabbly CEO Hank Ostholthoff, a digital agency that is moving into neuromarketing joined Scott Kitun to discuss how important it is to create a purpose driven culture in your company.