The Artificial Entrepreneur

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In this episode, I have Kesem Frank on the show, the co-founder, and COO of Nuco. Nuco builds the enterprise-grade blockchain infrastructures that are focused on being immediately ready for use by large businesses. Nuco takes care of security,
This week I have Ivan Tsarynny on the podcast. Ivan is a serial entrepreneur and is the co-founder of PostBeyond a service that allows employees of companies to share pre-approved content. PostBeyond has turned the sophisticated technology expe
I was thrilled to have Don Tapscott on the podcast to talk about recent developments in the world of blockchain and cryptocurrency. Don is a prolific writer having authored over 16 books including Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Ever
This week I have Morgan Young and Craig Alguire from (@QuantumCapture) on the show. Quantum Capture creates real-time ready, interactive digital humans for VR and AR platforms by combining cutting-edge 3D scanning, motion capture and human beha
Really excited to have Jing Jing Tan on the podcast this week! Jing Jing specializes in online community engagement and strategy. She has worked in all aspects of community management including trust and safety support, user behaviour research
Steve Woods (@stevewoods) is a wealth of knowledge about sales and marketing for startups. A serial entrepreneur, Steve was co-founder and CTO of Eloqua for over a decade. He guided Eloqua to a $100M revenue run rate, an IPO on the NASDAQ and a
David McIninch David McIninch (@DavidMcIninch) has almost 20 years of marketing experience with large companies and startups. He is currently the VP of Marketing at Jobber, a company that enables smaller mobile businesses to invoice, schedule a
Raquiya Austin  Raquiya Austin (@strictlylegalfashionista) is one of the busiest and most stylish entrepreneurs I know. In this podcast, we talk about her journey from working at a large corporate firm in downtown Toronto to running her own ent
Benjamin Alarie Benjamin Alarie (@BAlarie) is a law professor, former clerk of the Supreme Court of Canada, published author, and CEO of Blue J Legal. Ben has been teaching tax law for over a decade at the University of Toronto Law School. In t
Faisal Abid At 26 years old, Faisal Abid has started multiple companies, worked for tech startups that have received millions of dollars in funding and he regularly gives talks for Google. We discuss how a severe train accident removed his som
Ethan Eisen What does it mean when housing prices skyrocket? Ethan reveals some fascinating insights of real estate practice during a major boom. What does it mean when buyers need closings immediately? We discuss the impact of AI algorithms in
Avi Brudner “It would be a weird decision to do it for the financial upside. For me it was more autonomy, more responsibility earlier on. ” — Avi Brudner I have Avi back on to continue where we left off in our first podcast. We speak about his
Andrew Cosgrave “It’s not that people are liars, it’s because human memory is extremely fragile - especially if someone has gone through a traumatic experience. ” — Andrew Cosgrave What is it like to be a prosecutor in the criminal justice syst
Avi Brudner In this episode, we have Avi Brudner on from Blue J Legal to discuss how he got a perfect 180 score on the LSAT (putting him in the 99th percentile of test takers or 20/100,000). Unfortunately, being a newbie hurt me on this one and
My first episode! I have two young lawyers: Doug Letto and Charles Binns on to talk about trials. We talk openly about the notion that lawyers spend every day in a courtroom and what lawyers actually do. We also delve deeply into our experience
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