A glimpse into the inner workings of startups and enterprise innovation programs.
In this episode we talk to Jason Saltzman, the CEO of Relief App. The app helps people in debt obtain debt relief for free and in a user-friendly manner. The company is backed by $17 million in funding from multiple strategic investors such as American Express, City Group, Innerplay, Animal Capital, etc.
Jason is also the founder and chairperson of Alley, formerly known as AlleyNYC. Alley started off as a co-working space and was considered one of the pioneers of NYC coworking spaces, and in his capacity as founder and the 1st CEO of Alley, Jason helped countless up-and-coming NYC startups get off the ground. He also founded Seamess Docs to help state and local governments go paperless. In this episode with Jason, we dug deep into the essence of what it means to be an entrepreneur and build companies.
In this episode we talk to
Dennis Bron, VP of Growth at Mynd,
a Bay Area based Real Estate tech company. When this podcast was recorded
(late last year), Dennis was with
Better - another
real-estate focused tech company, that was ranked by LinkedIn as the
fastest growing US startup in 2020. Prior to Better Dennis was with
Shift, another Bay Area
based startup, that pioneered technology led innovation in the secondary car
At this point, Dennis has become a bit of an expert at accelerating growth in industries that have traditionally seen very limited digital-led innovation.
Adam Winter is the CTO, Clarus R+D and an Angel Investor based out of the mid-West. Adam's company, Clarus R+D helps businesses easily obtain tax R&D credits for any software development or product development work done in the US.
Juan is the co-founder and CEO, AccurKardia. Its revolutionary technology is setting the standard for AI-powered heart rhythm analytics and diagnostics.
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