Clear Software with Jon Gilman

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In this episode, we chat with Jon Gilman, founder of Clear Software. Learn more about Clear Software here: https://clearsoftware.com/

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AI is really hot right now in the enterprise. People are talking about it, but nobody is doing it. [...] You can’t use artificial intelligence until you’ve fixed your broken business processes.
— Jon Gilman

DoubleMap with Ilya Rekhter

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In this episode, we chat with Ilya Rekhter, one of the cofounders of DoubleMap. You can learn more about DoubleMap here: https://www.doublemap.com/

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The more recent trend that we’ve seen is more and more agencies testing autonomous buses. [...] It’s one of the most terrifying but exciting experiences to see it actually take off.
— Ilya Rekhter

Podchaser with Cole Raven

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In this episode, we sit down with Cole Raven with Podchaser. You can learn more about Podchaser here: https://www.podchaser.com/

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You see tens of thousands of podcasts being created every month. And the majority of those don’t make it past episode three. Because people don’t recognize the work and the effort it takes to continue doing it... to keep up with it... and maybe it wasn’t as rewarding as they thought it would be. Or maybe they chose a topic that they thought people might find interesting but they weren’t particularlly passionate about.
— Cole Raven

Brightlamp with Michael Heims and Kurtis Sluss

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In this episode, we chat with Michael Heims and Kurtis Sluss - cofounders of brightlamp. You can learn more about brightlamp here: https://www.brightlamp.org/

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Because it’s a platform technology, there are so many different use cases that we could potentially utilize it for. Beyond that, there are so many markets within those different use cases. So we really have to segment it down and figure out which are the biggest markets? Of those markets, which have the fewest barriers to entry? Which can we mobilize and hit the quickest being in the region we’re in, having the expertise we have, the contacts and network we’ve got? It all comes down to how can commercialize it the easiest with the resources we’ve got.
— Michael Heims

Market Wagon with Nick Carter

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In this episode, we sit down with Nick Carter from Market Wagon. You can learn more about Market Wagon here: https://marketwagon.com/

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We are a tech-enabled business. And every time we come up agains these problems - that are traditional retail problems - [we need to] push hard to solve this in the abstract. We are going to solve this with technology.
— Nick Carter

NourishWise with Jason Denenberg

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In this episode, we talk with Jason Denenberg, founder of NourishWise. You can learn more about NourishWise at: https://nourishwise.com/.

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The speed of life today is unbelievable. [...] Our propensity now to dine out, or to eat food that you yourself did not prepare in your kitchen, is probably going up. Let’s realize that and build incredible solutions to navigate that.”
— Jason Denenberg

Angel investing with Bob Carlson

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In this episode, we chat with Bob Carlson. Bob is a local angel investor with deep SaaS experience. Bob has been involved in numerous deals, shares his perspective on what he's looking for as an independent angel investor.

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If they were somebody who has three or four solid clients, and not much of a pipeline... I’d ask them, “Tell me about those clients... Did you have personal relationships with them? Did you get lucky?” Or no, where these people you never knew before and you really did close them... “Well then why are we having a problem on the front end? Why did you get four and not any in the pipeline?”
— Bob Carlson