January 24, 2018
After John Renaldi lost track of his kid on a trip to downtown Chicago, he vowed never to be in that situation again. So he created Jiobit, a tiny geotracker for kids. Can he convince investors that his device stands out among a sea of competitors?
September 23, 2020
Money on the Line ☎️
On Wednesday, September 30th we are opening up the phone lines for founders to call-in and ask investors for advice. Elizabeth Yin with Hustle Fund and Hunter Walk with Homebrew will be standing by, ready to give you fresh ideas on how to keep your startup going in this economy.
September 16, 2020
#96 A Test of Time
It was three years ago, when Claire Coder went in front of our investors to pitch Aunt Flow. At the time, her startup was a very risky bet. But now, in 2020, Claire’s business has stood the test of time. We find out just how far a business can go in three years.
August 26, 2020
#95 You Asked. Investors Answered. Now What?
In the spring, founders desperate for ideas about how to keep their companies afloat called in to get advice from our investors. Several months later, the economy is still far from recovering, so we called the founders back to see if the investors’ advice was working.
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