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Lunch and Learn with Alexander Mendeluk

Alexander Mendeluk is an actor, public speaker, and entrepreneur. He helps heart-centered entrepreneurs create businesses and lives that help change the world. He is known for his company SpiritHoods which was featured on an episode of Shark Tank. Since selling SpiritHoods last year, he now runs an influencer and brand development agency, called The Disruptive.

Apps & Sites

Three little letters: CRM

As I write this, there are notifications popping up on my computer screen: person A has just opened an email I sent a few minutes ago. Person B opened a marketing email I sent AND clicked on our website link that was inside the email. Person C has reopened an email I sent 6 months

Apps & Sites Travel

Seven Travel Technology Trends Every Startup Should Watch

Technology is moving at a much faster pace than ever before. The process of digital transformation is no longer a business initiative but rather a business imperative. In order to keep up with the emerging digital transformation economy, each growing company must become a digital nativein the way the executives and employees of the enterprise

Apps & Sites Crowdfunding

Lunch and Learn with Slava Rubin

Slava Rubin an entrepreneur, producer, and speaker who offers expertise in audience building and social media marketing. He is one of the co-founders of IndieGoGo, an international crowdfunding website. Questions Asked: Did IndieGoGo start out doing equity crowdfunding? (3:23) What is your best advice for a budding young college entrepreneur? (4:28) What’s your take on

Apps & Sites Health

Lunch and Learn- Freddy Del Barrio

Freddy Del Barrio is the President and CEO of Campus Watch, an app that creates a safer environment for college campuses. At only 22 years old Del Barrio is capturing the essence of an entrepreneur with decades of experience.   Questions Asked: How did you first get started in entrepreneurship? (3:20) What are your tips

Culture Gadgets

Neil The Little Explorer

The little astronaut that offers fun and interactive learning, to children aged 3-6 years. Neil is a start-up project about a little explorer/astronaut, who aims to integrate, with the use of technology, learning into children’s daily playing. In its prototype form, Neil is a well designed “smart” toy that connects to the Internet and that communicates

Future Startup Hacks

How to be the Mind Behind “The Next Big Thing”

The overwhelming response I receive when I encourage hopeful entrepreneurs to pursue their dreams and create a start-up is “great- but how do I come up with an idea?” Starting a new venture isn’t as easy as simply deciding to begin; there needs to be a fabulous idea on which a business can be successfully

Food Future Health Lifestyle Tech

Are flavored crickets a sustainable future?

Aketta just launched new flavored crickets. The company says these flavored crickets are the future of sustainable food. The question is, can people get behind eating flavored crickets? This video of people eating crickets during SXSW is amusing, but how many people would actually buy crickets? That’s the question that needs to be answered. They have some

Future Struggles Tech Theory Workplace

We are awash in a cult of innovation

I just enjoyed SxSW in Austin and heard the word literally thousands of times over a single week. Despite this, it seems to me that truly disruptive innovation is systematically avoided. Bureaucrats want innovation they can control so they farm “planned innovation” rather than hunting for disruptive innovation. After all, by its very nature disruptive innovation cannot be in the carefully laid technology roadmaps or the

Youngry Future

Food Future Health Lifestyle Tech

Are flavored crickets a sustainable future?

Aketta just launched new flavored crickets. The company says these flavored crickets are the future of sustainable food. The question is, can people get behind eating flavored crickets? This video of people eating crickets during SXSW is amusing, but how many people would actually buy crickets? That’s the question that needs to be answered. They have some

Future Struggles Tech Theory Workplace

We are awash in a cult of innovation

I just enjoyed SxSW in Austin and heard the word literally thousands of times over a single week. Despite this, it seems to me that truly disruptive innovation is systematically avoided. Bureaucrats want innovation they can control so they farm “planned innovation” rather than hunting for disruptive innovation. After all, by its very nature disruptive innovation cannot be in the carefully laid technology roadmaps or the