Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 16 - 20
Mar 21, 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!
Joe Mullenbach and Craig Shultz are graduate students at Northwestern's NxR lab. They specialize in ultrasonic and electro-adhesive haptic displays, having built the TPad Fire, the TPad Tablet, the TPad Watch, and most recently the TPad Phone.
Alan Warms is the founder of AppoLearning. The company curates thousands of apps, videos and websites for Parents & Teachers to find educational assets worth buying.
Jason Fried is the co-founder of Basecamp, formerly known as 37 Signals. The company was launched in 1999, and is one of the leading CRM software makers in the country.
Jeremy Hallet is the co-founder of Quotacy, an online life insurance agency for the modern, do-it-yourself consumer. Unlike other online insurance agencies – users are not required to share any personal contact information prior to selecting a policy.
Rachel Portell is the founder of Taylored Wines. The company connects restaurants with high-quality, undiscovered boutique wineries that lack access to large distribution channels. They aim to modernize the wine-buying process with a new technology platform that gives buyers the ability to browse an exclusive collection of boutique wineries.
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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