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The Esports Roundtable Podcasts brings you news, views and insights from the world of esports. Produced and curated by the largest esports only holdings company Infinite Esports & Entertainment, the show features in-depth conversations with other industry leaders. You'll get the inside scoop on the dynamics driving esports, insights into the future and business philosophy.
 
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For many of us, it's been a long long time since we experienced the office setting. The pandemic has pushed large swaths of the labor force into work from home settings, some permanent and some companies promising flexible policies. So just what is the return to the office going to look like? We dive into that question with our longtime friends Bra…
 
Andrew Degenholtz joins the show to talk about his company eMags. eMags Newstand provides a seamless digital experience for magazine readers to consume their favorite subscriptions enjoyably from their phones. Scott catches up with Andrew to talk about the state of journalism, fixing broken media business models, how eMags can inject new life into …
 
Scott talks to Alda Leu Dennis, general partner at Initialized Capital. Started by Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanion and Garry Tan, Initialized was borne out of their early Y Combinator days and has become the "honeybadger" of venture with an emphasis on changemaking ideas with over 200 companies in their portfolio. Alda shares her journey from Texa…
 
Lisa Carmen Wang has learned a lot as an accomplished gymnast, founder and investor. And after getting her first company SheWorx acquired by our friends at equity crowdfunding platform Republic, she's on a mission to democratize investing and financial freedom to those typically kept outside of start up investing. Besides her current role as Head o…
 
When gyms big and small closed down over the past year, most people are confined to continuing their exercise routines with body weight workouts and name-your-stationary-bike routines. But finding a place to exercise with all the standard gear and weights you could rely on at your local gym are basically impossible to find or sold out. This sparked…
 
When David McFarland got a job as an actuary out of college, he was working at an insurance firm where he first saw how data wasn't being optimized. Later after working alongside Kyle Nakatsuji at auto insurtech company ClearCover, he saw how Kyle's model could apply to all of small businesses and more importantly, saw how small businesses were ove…
 
It's said these days that the pandemic moved the world forward five years in five minutes, and companies like CASHDROP are the ones leading the charge by rapidly adapting to people's needs. CASHDROP helps you create custom, shareable store links that link to your store and can create "drops" by revealing new products, foods, courses etc without pay…
 
Quevos co-founder Nick Hamburger has taken his company he started out of his college class and kitchen to the stage of Shark Tank in a few short years. And won! Nick comes back on the show to talk about what's changed with Quevos, leadership lessons that no one prepares you for, how he got a guest Shark to say yes and the challenges of running your…
 
Label Insight co-founder Dagan Xavier joins the show to talk with Scott about the how his company is providing better, clearer information to consumers to find products that match what they need (or eliminate what they can't have) while also empowering brands with better data on their customers. Dagan shares how he initially came up with the idea h…
 
Darren Rovell was always pushing into business when sports coverage was focused the other way. Now after a career working the sports business beat, he runs a passion project of his own: acquiring and selling collectibles. Game tickets, space ship parts, the largest Warren Buffet signature - anything goes for Darren as long as it has an interesting …
 
Emergency podcast with CoinDesk's managing editor Zack Seward back on the show to dig in on just what the heck a NFT is, why is it so popular all of a sudden and what's the broader use case for them? These non-fungible tokens are a special token that is what Zack says makes a piece of the internet ownable. Protected by blockchain, a lot of NFTs tha…
 
WHOOP is not like any wearable you've had before, in fact on its face it doesn't tell you anything. But the technology behind it collects some of the most accurate health monitoring data on the market, including daily personalized fitness, sleep, and recovery data delivered to you in real timet's what differentiates from any other watch (Apple anyo…
 
Ron "Boss" Everline is best known for his intensive workout style training celebrities such as Kevin Hart. But he wants you to know he's so much more than a coach. That training is the thing that gets him to the thing - a process we like to call entrepreneurship. Boss, the CEO and founder of Just Train and a partner with Nutra Bolt's C4, has built …
 
Robinhood may have taken center stage in the GameStop/WallStreetBets bonanza, but plenty of finance apps like M1 Finance were impacted by the freeze on certain stocks because of clearing firms. M1's founder and CEO Brian Barnes comes back on the show to discuss the the $GME fall out, why the situation was handled so poorly, why Apex Clearing preven…
 
Anthony Scaramucci is name that rings a lot of different bells to a lot of different people. But a lot has changed for The Mooch since his brief stint in Trump's White House back in 2017, and he's quick to admit letting his ego get in the way of his life, marriage and business. Today, he's on a mission to right the wrongs of the Republican Party an…
 
Zack Seward, Managing Editor of Coindesk joins the show to talk about covering cryptocurrencies over the long haul and what the latest Bitcoin surge in the $30-40k range means for valuing the currency as an asset and what that means for the other cryptocurrencies. They also talk about cutting through the noise, what's fake and what's real in the cr…
 
Language learning doesn't have to be intensive or cumbersome! What if you could learn by simply browsing the web? Toucan does this with a browser extension that lets you read whatever site you're and pick up words in another language - using context clues - to learn over time. Taylor Nieman, founder and CEO of Toucan joins the show to talk with Sco…
 
Erik Young, founder and CEO of Audios joins the show to talk with Scott about transforming live events with cable-less speakers that speak to each other reliably over their own network instead of Bluetooth. Audios speakers save 80% set up time and thousands a year in costs for DJs and event companies. Saving time, money, a series of patents and wit…
 
Longtime tech journo Eric Newcomer, formerly of The Information and Bloomberg and now writes his own Substack newsletter (aptly named Newcomer) joins the show. Eric and Scott talk about the a16z's (VC firm Andreesson Horowitz) foray into growing its media presence by hiring a large editorial staff to cover stories about crypto, fintech, etc with a …
 
Life's gone full digital, and the race is on to capture the world's attention in new and exciting ways. On this special episode of the Technori podcast, we catch up with a couple media-forward founders that placed first and second in the recent Sava360 & NAMIC "Startup Pitch" competition that showcases disruptive companies in tech, sports and enter…
 
Newsletters have taken on new life in recent years, with incredible growth particularly in the tech and business sectors. Chief among them is Morning Brew, an all-encompassing business newsletter (among other things) that was recently acquired by Business Insider at a reported valuation of $75 million. Co-founder Austin Rief joins the show to talk …
 
Scott Kitun talks to self-made hedge fun manager, Emmet Peppers. The founder of the firm Good Soil Investment, Emmet grew his money from investing $30,000 including a massive bet on Tesla - into $70 million. Emmet talks about jumping from the mail room into investing without day trading experience, how buying a Tesla got him down the hedge fund pat…
 
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is often trotted out without much explanation much like "AI" or "machine learning". But if you take IoT as the the ability for your devices or your company's devices to communicate with each other - Hologram is the SIM card that allows that connectivity to occur efficiently. Hologram.io uses cellular connectivity to …
 
Ever grappled with the lack of financial literacy in this country? Or are tired of wasting money on toys that your kid or someone else's kid will use for 5 minutes? EarlyBird lets you accomplish it all by essentially being the Acorns for kids. You start an account, put in a set amount of money to invest (others can contribute gifts of money to the …
 
When we think cybersecurity, we tend to think big data breaches like Target or your parents setting their passwords as "password". We skip over the the prime target for many attacks - small businesses. Attacks against SMBs make up almost half of all cyber crime, and has seen gigantic spikes with the pandemic in 2020. These attacks, successful or no…
 
Beer delivery is its infancy, which is to say it's often expensive and lacks selection. Enter TapRm, an ecommerce platform and marketplace to find and purchase your favorite brews delivered right to your door. By cutting out the costs of middlemen, TapRm is able to save money that doesn't get passed onto the customer while also taking bigger margin…
 
Frankly Apparel's appeal is as straightforward as it gets: stylish, comfortable clothing for women to wear without the need for a bra. CEO Heather Eaton and her co-founder Jane Dong bonded over discussing their very different body types (Heather large-chested, Jane- tall, small-chested) and lack of clothing options that truly fit them. The idea of …
 
1World Online founder and CEO Alex Fedosseev joins Scott on the show to talk about the state of digital advertising, why no one wants to see old practices like pop-up ads and auto-play videos, and how to do digital ads, smarter and natively.על ידי Scott Kitun, Alex Fedosseev
 
When Noah Berkson and Raul Henriquez started their business together helping young companies with tech development and resources, they quickly realized how many issues founders were commonly facing, particularly prioritizing decisions on what aspects of the core product to focus on and building the core team. They launched Candor Ventures to invest…
 
The popularity of organic produce is matched by question marks around its sustainability. Edible Garden's blend of emerging tech, locally grown food and state-of-the-art greenhouses across the country have positioned it well to meet demand and create less waste for grocery stores losing money on expired products. CEO Jim Kras joins the show to talk…
 
Whether you are a rabid anime fan or never seen a show (you should!), the art form has indisputably risen in popularity globally and in the US. Netflix, Hulu and HBO have all pumped up their animation offerings (exclusives and syndication) the past few years, elevating top-tier anime shows like Evangelion: Neon Genesis, Avatar and Funimation's Atta…
 
Megan Blu joins the podcast to talk with Scott about her American Dreamhouse property, Boeing Ave, that's an investable property that has already sold out on Republic Real Estate. Originally a designer, Megan began fixing up and selling homes in California 6 years ago and has made a career out of flipping. She talks about how flipping homes is noth…
 
When you look around the wellness industry, there are a lot of well-intentioned and thought out products covering physical and mental needs. However, when it comes vaginal health and feminine sexuality, many products lacked this thoughtfulness and usefulness, sorely underserving a $181 billion addressable market. Quim provides a line of proactive, …
 
Scott talks with the Co-Founder and CEO of Upshift, Ezra Goldman. Upshift is a fractional car subscription service that is a smart alternative to owning a car for people who don’t drive every day. In short, They have eliminated all the hassles of owning a car. With Upshift, whenever you need a car, just send them a text and they’ll deliver you a ne…
 
VC firms are known for catapulting some of the most iconic tech companies into unicorn status and their founders into stardom. They're not known for looking at founders outside the tech bubbles, much less founders that don't come from money. That's where Mac Conwell wanted to step in. A founder in his own right (one success, one flop) Mac has seen …
 
Intellivision is one of those OG gamer console brands that had its initial run through the 70s, 80s and 90s. Now in 2020, the brand is revived and humming with the upcoming launch of their new console, Amico. Led by CEO Tommy Tellarco, the Intellivision Amico is a simplistic and largely offline gaming experience geared towards playing with the whol…
 
Brynn Michelich, Chief of Staff at Chicago-based Jellyvision, joins Scott to talk about the panic surrounding COVID-19's impact on businesses everywhere, what Jellyvision has had to change and what they haven't, how to maintain and improve team culture and keeping the team productive in our new normal.…
 
John Green and the team at Nada wants to make you CEO of your largest asset: your home. Nada simplifies the home ownership buying and selling process by handling mortgage, title and insurance services while eliminating realtor fees. John joins Scott on the show to talk about how his background as punk rock musician helped shape his career as a stra…
 
Albert Baez, co-founder of Blended Sense, joins the show to talk with Scott about the missing infrastructure small businesses need to succeed digitally and drive revenue. Blended Sense is a platform and content management system for production communication, project management, and delivery of high quality assets. Using a subscription model, Albert…
 
Gaming has been a part of Ben Goldhaber's life since he started as a competitive player in his teens. He's stayed in the industry ever since, and after his experience as part of the founding team at Twitch through the Amazon acquisition, he saw firsthand the broad market opportunity, exponential growth in the gaming industry and most importantly sa…
 
You've heard the stories about WeWork. The private jet parties, the billions of investment and unfathomable $47 billion valuation. What you don't hear is the the back story behind the man that started it all, Adam Neumann. Reeves Wiedeman, NY Mag writer who penned their feature article detailing the behind the scenes work of Adam, goes into full de…
 
Securities aren't as dependable as they used to be, and with alternative assets like crypto, crowdfunding, PE, etc growing in popularity, future retirees aren't reaping the benefits like previous generations could from stocks. Eric Satz, founder and CEO of AltoIRA, joins the show to talk about retirement investing, why it's changing and what indivi…
 
Pillar Booth creates ventilated, soundproof desk spaces that give you a safe space to avoid distraction. Ryan Leavitt, a repeat founder previously of LearnCore (acquired by Showpad) and Catapult Chicago, shares his long entrepreneurial journey and how the shift towards open office spaces leaves employees with no place to take a phone call in privat…
 
Whether you work remotely or in an office, you're no stranger to the overload of project management apps your company has you use in the name of productivity. Slack, Asana, Microsoft Teams, Google Drive, Notion- all have their pros and cons, but how do they all work togethers across different company departments? That's the question Jonathan Friedm…
 
When COVID-19 put the office workers at home indefinitely, Thru Shivakumar thought her company would be dead in the water. However as the dust began to clear (working professionals and parents struggling to work from home),it's evident offices have a place in the current work environment. Cohesion empowers real estate owners to maximize asset and p…
 
Buying a home is one of the most symbolic ways we have to establishing the "American Dream". However, the process by which we do by and sell via listings, real estate agents and brokers, is too often a struggle and leaving you with less money than you deserve. Danyal Ali has found a way to make real estate transacting equitable for all with his pla…
 
The last time we had John Roa on the show, he was dressed for success and brimming with confidence. He had recently sold Akta to Saleforce, was launching his VC firm Roa Ventures and appeared living what universally could only be considered "the good life." Turns out, the reality was far from the perception. John catches up with Scott to talk about…
 
Fast has swept through the tech ecosystem at a speed befitting its name. And thus far it has been able to do so effectively because of a few factors, addresses an obvious need -no need to type in your address, payment info, log in info into a million different sites- and because the company needs lots and lots of consumers to use the product to net…
 
It's 2020, everything is supposed to be online..and you'll still be surprised how many functions of our society are still on the outside looking in at E-commerce. Construction, an essential business these days, is no exception and Ben Preston and his cofounder Luke Powers saw a huge opportunity to address a major problem for contractors all over. H…
 
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