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Trading Technologies CEO, Rick Lane, has lead the FinTech software giant on a mission to rehaul their technology stack.
Objective and subjective measures in building customer relationships by Synap
Alex Hodgkin, entrepreneur-in-residence at the Polsky Center, talks search-funds, financial entrepreneurship & the importance of a strong network
It's never too late to start a new career. For Kathy Gibson, her journey from the law to higher-ed to entrepreneurship was a humbling & eye-opening experience.
Fred Hoch is the CEO of the Illinois Technology Association (ITA) and Founder and Advisor of TechNexus. In this episode, Fred talks about his journey as an entrepreneur and reflects on some of the lessons he’s learned while building the ITA and evolving its mission to Grow, Build, and Elevate growth stage technology companies in Illinois and the Midwest.
Alain Stephan of DialogTech discusses effectiveness of guiding and growing existing customer relationships using the customer’s own data and story.
Chairman of the ITA and a Silicon Valley veteran, Jim Gagnard, discusses the importance of embracing change and how to build successful teams.
A strong, trusting customer relationship is imperative for Holly Kleiman, VP & Benefit Consultant at USI Insurance. Today she shares her tips.
Pat Rodgers, LearnCore Director of Sales, shares his approach to building a better knowledge base to better serve customers so they can better serve theirs.
Through his own journey into entrepreneurship, this week’s guest learned how to fail spectacularly and bounce back, better for it.
Co-founder & Managing Director Hyde Park Venture Partners, Guy Turner, knows a successful VC relationship is based on teamwork and collaboration.
Nick Robertson, the COO & long-time employee of kCura, knows first-hand the value of being a customer-centric company from the very beginning
Shawn Carpenter, Co-founder and CEO of RepIQ, a hot new sales intelligence platform company, has been building SaaS products for years. He recenty joined us in the studio to offer up insights on how to build and scale your business by focusing on intelligent selling.
Jeffrey Moss shares his unique perspective on entrepreneurship after spending years at a VC firm before starting his own company, Parker Dewey.
Sometimes a professional journey isn’t just a metaphor. In some cases it’s a literal one that shapes the future of your entire life. Ted Garnett is living proof of this and today he let’s us in on a few of the more important lessons from his travels.
Our Journeys guest is no stranger to the Chicago tech scene. He sold his last company to IBM & just announced his new venture, Ocient. Meet Chris Gladwin!
Through $1400, a lot of bootstrapping, frugality & flexibility, Dan Kurt built a profitable eCommerce marketing company, Revenue Conduit.
Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwald, of the Taproot Foundation, lays out the similarities between sales & fundraising and details what it takes to be successful at both.
Founder and Partner of Parker Gale, Devin Mathews shares his tricks of the private equity trade and gives us peak into his own journey as an entrepreneur.
A seasoned entrepreneur, Chris Hill is deeply rooted in the Chicago tech community. Currently a Vice President at Rally Health, Chris started his first company in 2006. His second company, Spotlite, was acquired by Rally Health in late 2014 and today, we’re taking a look at his journey through acquisition.
During her professional journey Melinda Kramer transitioned from team member to builder & now applies those lessons learned at her own company, KloudVentures.
Believing that people buy from people, our Journeys guest this week is changing the way the retail industry interacts with customers.
Synap Co-Founder, Jeremie Bacon, introduces Journeys, a podcast where guests share stories, innovative ideas, and advice about building great teams, products, and companies.
Kristi Ross is Co-CEO and President of tastytrade, an award-winning online financial media company that is leading a financial revolution to change the culture of investing and debunk the myths around active vs. passive investing. She recently joined us in the studio to talk about her journey and the building blocks of success she uses to build teams, businesses, and successful customer relationships. At the heart of it all: the ability to see and seize opportunities as they present themselves to you.
Harper Reed, current head of commerce at Paypal and former CTO for Obama for America, shares his biggest moments from his fascinating entrepreneurial journey.
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Jan 9th, 2016
Latest Episode
Aug 31st, 2017
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