In a world where it seems like everybody has an app, can Sterling Smith convince investors he has a better way to build them?
Co-founders Kevin Allen and Moses McCall think they’ve hit upon the next big fitness trend: rowing.
You’re probably familiar with Jillian Manus the investor—but in this episode, we dig in a little deeper to understand how she became the VC force she is today.
The cofounders of Qleek hope to marry the nostalgia of vinyl with the convenience of digital music.
When Mike Slagh left the military, he wanted to find a job in tech, but he couldn’t get his foot in the door. And then he realized he wasn’t the only one.
Miki Agrawal made headlines with the success of her first company Thinx—until she became the headline. Now she’s ready for a comeback with Tushy, her new business built on making bidets mainstream in America.
On today’s episode, we hear from the people who make deals happen: our investors. Who are they and how did they become the ones calling the shots?
The Pitch is back on October 25th! The stakes are high as a brand new crop of scrappy entrepreneurs pitch their startups to investors.
Entrepreneur Laura Bilazarian has an innovative solution for helping companies find great talent.
Haydn Sonnad pitches his plan to revolutionize regional transit on the back of Tesla’s electric charging network.