<![CDATA[Promoting startups and the people behind them - Podcast]]>Sat, 12 Dec 2015 16:44:30 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[STARTUP ROADSHOW EPISODE 7: DC]]>Mon, 31 Aug 2015 16:10:34 GMThttp://www.startingupatstartups.com/podcast/startup-roadshow-episode-7-dc

  FUNDRISE    URGENTLY        1776

Big thanks again to the founders we spoke with on this episode: 

Daniel Miller - Fundrise
Rick Robinson - Urgently
Brittany Heyd - 1776

Below are links to some of the things mentioned in the show:

Western Development Corporation
3 World Trade Center Deal through Fundrise
First Lady Vists Fundrise project Maketto
Urgently and MapQuest Roadside Assistance
Urgently and AT&T Connected Car partnership

Here’s a couple of other super interesting and successful Austin startups (maybe potential companies to feature next time the podcast is in town..):

Mytonomy - Video Q&A Platform for College and Career
Speek - Simple and smart conference calling
Social Tables - Cloud based software for the hospitality industry
Hinge - Social discovery network and dating app
Id.me - Lets users prove your identity and group affiliations online
Tie Society Netflix for menswear.  Members rent from an online selection of high-end accessories
Soundtracker Discover music through your friends.  Pandora + Facebook

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<![CDATA[STARTUP ROADSHOW EPISODE 6: AUSTIN]]>Fri, 31 Jul 2015 02:11:21 GMThttp://www.startingupatstartups.com/podcast/startup-roadshow-episode-6-austin


Big thanks again to the founders we spoke with on this episode: 

Amir Eligazy  - Cratejoy
Jacqueline Hughes - Austin Startup Week
Jack Holt - Mattr

Below are links to some of the things mentioned in the show:

-BitsBox, monthly code projects for kids https://bitsbox.com/
-Steve Spangler Science Club, http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/club/ 
-Capital Factory, Austin’s center of gravity for entrepreneurship  http://capitalfactory.com/
-Joshua Baer, Capital Factory Director & Austin Startup Guru http://capitalfactory.com/mentor/joshua-baer/  
-Presentation made by Josh giving people everything they need to know about Austin startup scene http://www.slideshare.net/joshuabaer/intro-to-the-austin-startup-scene
-Battle of the Tech Bands http://austintechnologycouncil.org/event_cal/battle-of-the-tech-bands-2/ 
-Drake + Ford + Mattr = Social Media Success http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/blog/creative/2015/04/ford-drake-big-win-for-austin-marketing-startup.html
-Flat Track Coffee http://flattrackcoffee.com/ 
-Brew & Brew http://www.thebrewandbrew.com/ 
-Houndstooth Coffee http://www.houndstoothcoffee.com/ 

Here’s a couple of other super interesting and successful Austin startups (maybe potential companies to feature next time the podcast is in town..)

Atlas Wearables : The top of the line wearables for fitness enthusiasts 
Sparefoot - Find and Reserve Self Storage Units Online 
Fansided - The Ultimate Home for Sports Fans
Spokefly - Bike Rentals On-Demand
Main Street Hub - Helping small and local businesses embrace digital marketing 
LawnStarter - The easiest way to book lawn care online 

<![CDATA[STARTUP ROADSHOW EPISODE 5: PHILADELPHIA]]>Tue, 05 May 2015 23:54:23 GMThttp://www.startingupatstartups.com/podcast/startup-roadshow-episode-5-philadelphiaMILKCRATE, SNIPSNAP, REAL FOOD WORKS 
Big thanks again to the entrepreneurs we spoke with on this episode:

Morgan Berman -  MilkCrate
Ted Man - SnipSnap
Lucinda Duncalfe - Real Food Works 

Here are links to a few resources for those looking to learn more about startups and entrepreneurship in Philadelphia:

Philly Startup Leaders - one of the main groups for entrepreneurs - they organize a number of events throughout the year
DreamIt Ventures - Based out of Philly, Dreamit is one of the leading seed accelerator programs in the US, mentors and accelerates a batch of ~10-15 startups each summer.
StartupPHL - Colaborative early stage venture fund between city of philadelphia department of commerce and the philadelphia industrial development corporation 
SeedPhilly- Provides working space, resources, and mentorships for philly startups
Benjamin’s Desk - One of the many great coworking spaces in the city 
The Hive - Coworking space in the cool neighborhood of Old Town serving female entrepreneurs 
Technical.ly/Philly - Great blog covering tech/entreprenuship/investing in the City. Also has event and job listing
Venture For America in Philadelphia - Absolutely awesome program that is in a handful of cities across the country, glad to see they’re working with some of the coolest startups in town

Here’s a couple of other super interesting/successful Philly startups (maybe potential companies to feature next time the podcast is in town…)

DuckDuckGo - Search engine with a focus on privacy and security  
Relay - Improving communication between businesses and their customers , plus there from my neck of the woods in Radnor!
Curalate- Marketing with the power of images
Scholly- Bringing financial aid to the smartphone world (also caused a fight on Shark Tank!!)
RJ Metrics - Built a fantastic e commerce analytics and BI tool for businesses (seen crazy growth in employees, valuation, and customers)

<![CDATA[STARTUP ROADSHOW EPISODE 4: SEATTLE]]>Thu, 16 Apr 2015 04:44:09 GMThttp://www.startingupatstartups.com/podcast/startup-roadshow-episode-4-seattlevamo, GRAYL, MICHAEL "LUNI" LIBES of FLEDGE
Enjoyed learning all about the Seattle startup scene this episode, hope you did too.  Check out the links below for more info:


Great cowering space and innovation center for Seattle entrepreneurs http://www.impacthubseattle.com/
Awesome resource for all things startup in Seattle http://startupseattle.com/
List of Seattle based startups http://seattle.startups-list.com/
Startup Weekend’s HQ is in Seattle  http://seattle.startupweekend.org/

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<![CDATA[STARTUP ROADSHOW EPISODE 3: ATLANTA]]>Fri, 03 Apr 2015 14:04:10 GMThttp://www.startingupatstartups.com/podcast/startup-roadshow-episode-3-atlanta


Took a trip south to Atlanta to learn a lot about a town doing plenty to become an attractive home to the next wave of big tech startups. All of the companies we featured in our episode are thriving thanks to a young workforce, low cost of living, and a growing VC network in Atlanta. Check out the podcast to hear more and see the links below for additional information.


Popular coworking space in Atlanta:  atlantatechvillage.com/
The hub of Atlanta's startup ecosystem: www.hypepotamus.com/
Good overview article of Atlanta startup scene  www.atlantamagazine.com/cooljobs/for-starters-mapping-atlantas-startup-scene/

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<![CDATA[STARTUP ROADSHOW EPISODE 02: LAS VEGAS]]>Thu, 19 Mar 2015 03:11:41 GMThttp://www.startingupatstartups.com/podcast/startup-roadshow-episode-02-las-vegasFANDEAVOR & WEDGIES
There are a ton of interesting startups coming out of Las Vegas, but we spoke with the founders of two that are helping to bring the Vegas tech community to the next level.  Listen to the newest episode of Startup Roadshow to learn more about the Las Vegas startup scene and click on the images below to find out more about the companies we featured, Fandeavor and Wedgies
<![CDATA[STARTUP ROADSHOW EPISODE 01: DETROIT]]>Sat, 14 Mar 2015 17:08:54 GMThttp://www.startingupatstartups.com/podcast/startup-roadshow-episode-101-detroit


First podcast episode is officially up and running!  Got to talk with a few awesome founders about everything from pasta made from Chickpeas to the psychology of digital ads.  Couldn't have picked a better city to start the podcast with.  Click on the images below to find out more about each company from this episode. Stay tuned for more!