Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | September 28 - October 2
Oct 2, 2015
By: Jules Weinstein
Bootstrapping In America is tastytrade's spotlight on the best and brightest of the entrepreneurial community in Chicago and beyond. Meet the innovative men and women leading the companies featured in this week's episodes!
Sam Rosen | Deskpass
Sam Rosen is the founder of Deskpass. They are an affordable membership that allows you to work at over 25 co-working and collaborative workspaces in the Chicago area. Serial entrepreneur, Sam Rosen, launched Deskpass in early fall of 2015, and already has a waiting list to purchase a membership.
Jay Swoboda | Dabble
Jay Swoboda is the CEO of Dabble. Dabble is a digital marketplace for in-person classes and workshops taught by anyone, at anytime, and anywhere. Over 350 various programs are offered in Chicago, Denver and St. Louis, with several more cities coming aboard.
Eric Steigelman | Bonfire Wines
Eric Steigelman is the CEO and Founder of Bonfire Wines. They offer affordable wines which come in a unique eco-friendly pouch which fits hassle-free into coolers and refrigerators, and chills in 65% less time than a traditional bottle.
Tim Barry | VillageMD
Tim Barry is the CEO of VillageMD. They are a primary care-led healthcare delivery system that brings superior clinical results to the communities where VillageMD works. In a little over two years, they have raised $36M in funding.
Jason Seiden | Brand Amper
Jason Seiden is the CEO and co-founder of Brand Amper. Brand Amper helps companies partner with their employees to share their stories that let both employees and employers look better together in terms of company branding and recruitment.
What are your favorite episodes of BSA? Who would you like to see on the show? How about you?! Drop us a note in the comments below, send a tweet to @BootstrappingIA, or send an email to email@example.com!
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Dec 11, 2015
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Rob Katz and Kevin Boehm from Boka Restaurant Group, Kyle Joseph from Foodseum, Lindsey Meyers of Beauty and Brawn Gallery and Rick Cooper and Rodney Alex from The Alex Cooper Project.
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