AfterSchool HQ with Darye Henry

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In this episode, we sit down with Darye Henry, founder of AfterSchool HQ. You can learn more about AfterSchool HQ at: https://afterschoolhq.com/public/

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The goal for us is to really transform the time between three and six PM. And what effect could that have on a community? If we implement this in certain zip codes, could that change crime rates? Could that change college enrollment?
— Darye Henry

Waterly with Tim Foerster

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In this episode, we sit down with Tim Foerster - VP of Customer Success at Waterly. You can learn more about Waterly here: http://www.waterlyapp.com/

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...and you’re going to have very few young people who are coming in to replace them. It’s a low replacement rate. So they are desperately trying to figure out, “Why aren’t we attracting younger talent to our profession?” We think Waterly speaks to that.
— Tim Foerster

Leaf Global FinTech with Tori Samples

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In this episode, we chat with Tori Samples, CTO and co-founder of Leaf Global FinTech. You can learn more about Leaf here: http://www.leafglobalfintech.com/

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We have to keep up on the technology, the regulation and honestly - what’s happening on the ground. Because what’s written can sometimes be very different than what’s practiced.
— Tori Samples

PactSafe with Brian Powers

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In this episode, we sit down with Brian Powers from PactSafe. You can learn more about PactSafe at: https://www.pactsafe.com/

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When you start looking at what competitors are doing and you try to craft your value proposition and roadmap around them, then I think you run the risk of losing sight of what really matters and that’s: What do your customers really need? What are they going to buy from you? And how can you really help them?
— Brian Powers

Lessonly with Max Yoder

In this episode, we sit down with Max Yoder from Lessonly. You can learn more about Lessonly at: https://www.lessonly.com/

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I run on the thesis that your competitors should be good. And if they’re not good, you are running in the wrong league. [...] You want your competitors to be good, because they’ll keep you sharp. They will teach you things.
— Max Yoder