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Chris Campbell of Startup Weekend will join Charles Mudd to discuss the startup culture in Chicago, Illinois. Chris Campbell is a volunteer Global Facilitator for Startup Weekend and has been one of the local organizers for Chicago since 2009. Startup Weekend is a global network of passionate leaders and entrepreneurs on a mission to inspire, educate, and empower individuals, teams and communities. From Startup Weekend's website: "Startup Weekends are weekend-lon
Chelsey Bingham appeared on Startup Radio to discuss her business Wiseling which has reinvented the marketplace for online vintage clothing. With Chelsey in the midst of her first startup, the conversation will include topics related to startups, strategies, online commerce, clothing and more. Rather than attempt to resale purchased clothing in the vast marketplace provided by other broad sector online resources, Wiseling allows individuals to sell their clothing in a niche ma
Congratulations to Toodalu on being named Built in Chicago's Startup of the Month for July 2012 and earning a Moxie Award for Best Financial Startup! Co-Founders Ravi Singh (CTO) and Todd O'Hara (CEO) of Chicago Startup Toodalu joined Charles Lee Mudd Jr. to discuss Toodalu, startups, the Chicago startup culture, 1871, NDAs, small business, and more. Toodalu, named Built in Chicago's July Startup of the Month, pro
Host Charles Lee Mudd Jr. spoke with Tim Jahn of Chicago-based Entrepreneurs Unplugged on July 13, 2012 (to be re-aired July 16, 2012) about entrepreneurs and startups. Tim shared with us his recommendations to being an entrepreneur, including "Just Do It." He also discussed the Chicago startup culture, 1871, team building, networking, and more. Finally, listen to why his story of a dancing Christmas lights show drives home his point to just go out
5 Startup Mistakes in Business to Avoid by Tim Jacquet. For many people, the upcoming fall season heralds many other changes as well: Kids headed back to school, folks starting a new job, and for many, it is time to finally start that new business. Steve-Strauss–in-article-Medium.pngThat makes sense of course. A lot of people contemplating a startup choose not to begin their new businesses in the summer, knowing that people are usually distracted and that getting their attention – critical for a new business – is not easy. So, instead of competing with warm weather, vacations, and days off, these savvy entrepreneurs know that waiting until the fall is almost always the way to go. #TimJacquet
Join me for this episode to learn about the legal considerations as an entrepreneur and/or startup.
Gal is a Practitioner of Foreign Law and brings to Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP (FMC) his experience as a global Corporate lawyer focusing on technology companies. Beginning his legal career in Israel, Gal moved his practice to FMC’s cross-border platform in 2010. He represents individual investors and venture capital funds investing in high growth emerging companies, and acts for investors forming technology investment funds. Fluent in four languages, Gal has experience in media, cleantech and life sciences technology transactions in various jurisdictions, including Canada, US, China, Europe and the Middle East. Gal is a legal adviser for entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capital funds and purchasers of new technologies. His areas of industry are consumer web and mobile, data analytics, SaaS, medical devices, drug delivery, energy efficiency and green chemistry.
Gal's Twitter handle @FMC_Technology
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Deviating from the norm, we are broadcasting LIVE from the International Startup Festival in Montreal.
There will be special guests, startup antics and mahem!
Crowdsourcing R&D, #30DaystoLive - The anonymous dying startup + Stellar Startup Advice for getting past year 1! Listen in!
Anastasia Valentine (@AVV) is your host! She is an award winning strategist, CEO of Sandbox an Idea to Launch Company, Author, Speaker and Positive Instigator. www.anastasia-valentine.com
PHILIPPE TELIO @ptelio Partner at Embrase. Loves startups, making connections and getting things done. But especially fond of wife, three kids and big family.
KATHERINE JOHNSEN @beachykj Event manager. Loves creating, innovating and everything about startups. Finishing her degree at University of Calgary and spending a lot of time in the water.
Co-host Charles Mudd discussed non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). In particular, he discussed NDAs in the context of a recent Slashdot headline that suggested some programmers will not sign NDAs. Attorneys will always recommend needing an NDA before revealing trade secret or confidential information. However, some individuals will never begin a conversation with you if you hand them an NDA in the initial handshake. How do you balance protecting your idea and developing r
We will re-air the July 13, 2012 broadcast with Tim Jahn.
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