We had a lot of fun with this podcast as we have Antwaine Debnam on to talk about his newest product the TripleTote. Antwaine developed the TripleTote after he noticed his mother was always having trouble carrying multiple bags.Read More
An inside perspective on the Connecticut StartUP ecosystem from the people working in it
On this weeks podcast Dave and Eric are joined by Jennifer Corvo an attorney at Murtha Cullina about what startups should know about hiring employees. Ms. Corvo fits right in and gives us the rundown of what startups should be doing when hiring employees and what to do if you want to have "Interns".Read More
Dave Menard and Mike Kauffman hold down this podcast with Albatross Productions. Co-founders Tim Kerr and David Ritter join Dave and Mike at our favorite recording location The Happiness Lab in New Haven to talk about the pivots of their company.Read More
This episode is somewhat different then the others. We normally try to learn as much about the founding of the company and their challenges and successes. What ended up happening is that we talked a lot about something all entrepreneurs have to go through..Networking Events!!Read More
This is one of our typical square tables where we have fun and while also diving into various topics. On this episode you have Mike Kauffman, Dave Menard, Eric Francis, and Ojala Naeem. We have to try and keep calm and make sure not to kill Mike.
On this podcast from the CT Innovation Summit we talked with Joseph Anstey the founder of CircleLink Health. The health care industry has been changing over the years and there has been increased emphasis on preventative health.
CircleLink Health, a healthcare technology company, improves health for patients with chronic conditions by engaging them through their mobile phones, and allows their physicians to easily earn Medicare’s new chronic care reimbursement.
We met at The Happiness Lab around a square table to catch up on things. We get to hear updates on Mike and his fundraising journey and he gives us his perspective on the Connecticut fundraising scene. We also dive into the normal tangents.
If you will be around Hartford CT tomorrow you should check out the Connecticut Innovation Summit at the Convention Center, check it out HERE. We will be there all day interviewing many of the innovative companies in and around Connecticut.Read More
Last week we had a fun time interviewing Tony Karlowicz co-founder of Back East Brewing Company. As many of you beer drinkers know there are micro breweries popping up everywhere and Back East Brewing has been one who has made a name for itself in Connecticut.Read More
During the episode you will hear from Spencer Curry and Kieran Foran the co-founders of FRESH Farm Aquaponics on how they began down the path of creating a more sustainable food future. FRESH Farm Aquaponics is also a Benefit Corporation and a beneficiary of many Connecticut Startup resources.
This episode deserves full disclosure as one of our hosts is a partner in FRESH Farm Aquaponics. Listen to find out which one of our hosts is on this team and how they became a part of the company.
FRESH Farm Aquaponics is a diverse company with a ecosystem of products and services which enable them to connect with varying customer segments. Check FRESH Farm Aquaponics out at their website www.Freshfarmct.org.Read More
In this weeks episode we talk with John Fitzpatrick from Applivate a New Haven based company. Applivate is taking on diabetes with ShugaTrak by sending blood glucose readings by text message instantly and effortlessly.
This was a fun interview which we recorded at The Happiness Lab at the Grove. If you know of anyone that could benefit from using this technology head to their website www.shugatrak.com
This week's podcast showcases Placing Literature an app that connects you to your books by mapping the locations that are mentioned in each book. Andrew Bardin Williams the CEO of Placing Literature talks about his app and how many of the people using the app our outside the US. Take a look at PlacingLiterature.com and start mapping out your favorite books.Read More
In this podcast we talk to the two women behind Genius Box a company focused on inspiring kids aged 8-11 to learn STEM outside the classroom. Kate Pipa and Shivangi Shah came out of the Boston startup scene and have made Connecticut their home.Read More