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The Boulder Tech Podcast features conversations with leaders, thinkers and influencers, sharing their views on what’s happening in Boulder’s rapidly evolving tech and startup scene.
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We have two guests for Episode #75. Arian Lewis is the founder and CEO of Kiln, a co-working space launched in Utah in 2018. Allison Kloek is the Director of Kiln’s newest location, coming to 21st and Pearl Street in Boulder and scheduled to open this fall. We talk about why they chose Boulder, the future of the workspace and the challenges and opportunities that the coronavirus presents to the co-working sector, and Kiln’s vision for actively integrating a sense of community into the workplace.  Follow Kiln on Twitter @meetatkiln. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com. Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com. The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Don’t hesitate to send a note to joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our guest for Episode #74 is Andrei Taraschuk. By day, he’s an R&D engineer at Broadcomm, specializing in data visualization. But his primary passion is creating artbots as a way of sharing and promoting art across several social media platforms. He’s been at it for about 6 years now, and has given life to over 400 bots posting art by Manet, Kandinsky, Hopper, Dali and hundreds more, as well as sharing each other’s works. We discuss how this project came about, what Andrei’s learned from it, and the intersection of art and technology in our time. All of that and more, as the Boulder Tech Podcast talks artbots with Andre Taraschuk. Learn more at offtheeasel.com, and follow Andrei on Twitter @andreitr. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com. Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com. The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Don’t hesitate to send a note to joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
This episode is part of our 2020 Boulder Startup Week series. Because of the coronavirus, this year’s startup week took place virtually. We missed seeing everyone in person, but applaud the tremendous effort undertaken — mostly by volunteers — to put on the event. For more info, visit boulderstartupweek.com. We’ve got another podcast “takeover” in this edition, with the Boulder Tech Podcast combining forces with Impact Founder, a media company, debunking the myth that entrepreneurship is sexy or easy. They tell the real stories of entrepreneurs so you don’t feel alone in your experience as a founder.  For Boulder Startup Week 2020, Impact Founder’s “founder”, Kristin Darga, speaks with founders who pivoted or launched during the COVID-19 shutdown. In this episode, she talks to two people who decided to change course so that their business could better serve their community during this critical time. First up is Claudio Garcia, founder at Ohiya Networks.  As a customer-centric communications tool along the lines of Zoom and Slack, Ohiya Networks has been experiencing explosive growth during the coronavirus pandemic. He speaks with Impact Founder’s Kristin Darga about the recent challenges they’ve faced, and the success they’re enjoying. Learn more at ohiyanetworks.com.  Next up, Kristin talks to Yi Shan, founder of InterMeditation, an online meditation and support community.  With people suddenly discovering they have more time on their hands, it’s no surprise that interest in meditation is spiking. InterMediation is enjoying rapid growth, with 100% of participants saying they’d recommend the site to their friends. Learn how Yi’s idea came about, and how InterMediation can improve your business — and life. Find out more at intermeditation.com. This has been an Impact Founder takeover of the Boulder Tech Podcast. To listen to more stories, please visit Impactfounder.com or find them on iTunes, Stitcher and most other podcast platforms. Follow on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @impactfounder. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Boulder StartUp Week platinum sponsors Honey, Name.com and the Downtown Boulder Partnership We’re also supported by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com (that’s E-c-c-o-d-e-k). Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com. The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by me, Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Reach me at joel@dojo4.com.  Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
This episode is part of our 2020 Boulder Startup Week series. Because of the coronavirus, this year’s startup week takes place virtually. We won’t be doing as many interview as we have the past two years, and will miss seeing everyone in person, but look forward to catching as many of the online sessions as we can. For more info and a full schedule, visit boulderstartupweek.com. We’ve got another podcast “takeover” in this edition, with the Boulder Tech Podcast combining forces with Impact Founder, a media company debunking the myth that entrepreneurship is sexy or easy. They tell the real stories of entrepreneurs so you don’t feel alone in your experience as a founder.  For Boulder Startup Week 2020, Impact Founder’s founder, Kristin Darga, speaks with founders who pivoted or launched during the COVID-19 shutdown. In this episode, she speaks with two people who decided to change course so that their business could better serve their community during this critical time. Our first guest is Rebecca Cranston, CFO of Amairify and Managing Partner of Four Corners Clean, a disinfecting service she started in response to the coronavirus pandemic. They have been hard at work throughout the southwest and most notably in the Navajo Nation, spraying in the highest-risk community, residential, and tribal government spaces, where rates of infection have not stabilized and death rates are among the highest in the world. And if starting one company wasn’t enough, the interest in Four Corners Clean led Rebecca to launch Amairify, a distribution company created to help provide disinfecting services nationally.  Learn more at fourcornersclean.com. Then, Kristin talks to Tommy Riley, Co-Founder of Handoff, a chat- and voice-based alcohol recommendation and delivery platform.  When the coronavirus led to Colorado locking down in mid-March, Handoff took a tremendous risk to pivot and help Colorado breweries who do not have a retail presence. Their focus on local product has helped liquor stores, brewers and distillers across the state to remain afloat during a difficult time. Find out more and download the app at handofftech.com. To listen to more founder stories, please visit Impactfounder.com or find them on iTunes, Stitcher and most other podcast platforms. Follow on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @impactfounder. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Boulder StartUp Week platinum sponsors Honey, Name.com and the Downtown Boulder Partnership We’re also supported by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com (that’s E-c-c-o-d-e-k). Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by me, Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest
This episode is part of our 2020 Boulder Startup Week series. Because of the coronavirus, this year’s startup week takes place virtually. We won’t be doing as many interviews as we have the past two years, and will miss seeing everyone in person, but look forward to catching as many of the online sessions as we can. For more info and a full schedule, visit boulderstartupweek.com. On today’s program, the Boulder Tech Podcast is being taken over by Creative Distillation, a podcast I produce for the Deming Center at the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business. As CU is a sponsor of Boulder Startup Week, I wanted to speak with someone from the school about their ties to the Boulder startup scene, but then figured, “why not let CU talk to CU about the school’s relationship with the local business community?” And that’s why Creative Distillation hosts Jeff York and Brad Werner handle interview duties on today’s BTP, as they speak with Erick Mueller, Executive Director of the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship at CU’s Leeds School of Business. Learn more at colorado.edu/business/deming and subscribe to Creative Distillation via your favorite podcast provider. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Boulder StartUp Week platinum sponsors Honey, Name.com and the Downtown Boulder Partnership. We’re also supported by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com (that’s E-c-c-o-d-e-k). Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Reach us at joel@dojo4.com.  Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
This is our first episode for 2020’s Boulder Startup Week. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s startup week will, like most events these days, take place virtually. We won’t be doing as many interviews as we have the past two years, and will miss seeing everyone in person, but look forward to catching as many of the online sessions as we can. For more info and a full schedule, visit boulderstartupweek.com. Our guest today is Dave Mayer, Founder and CEO at Technical Integrity. We talk about: recruitment for startupshow the notoriously grinding startup lifestyle is changingfounders and mental healththe impact of COVID-19 on, well, everything. Follow Dave on Twitter @tintegrity. Here are some additional resources and info, referenced in our discussion: Interview tips for female job seekersTechnical Integrity’s commitment to diversity and inclusion Video of Brad Feld mental health panelResources for job seekers and more Resources for employers and job seekersTestimonials about Techical Integrity *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Boulder StartUp Week platinum sponsors Honey, Name.com and the Downtown Boulder Partnership. We’re also supported by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com (that’s E-c-c-o-d-e-k). Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Reach us at joel@dojo4.com.  Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
This episode is part of our continuing COVID19 coverage — and begins our run-up to Boulder Startup Week, taking place May 11-15th. Like most gatherings these days, we’re going virtual in 2020. Find details at boulderstartupweek.com. Today, I speak with Chip, CEO of the Downtown Boulder Partnership. We discuss what the Partnership is doing to support downtown businesses — and their employees — in this time of virus, and get into some of the questions about what we might expect to see as things begin to loosen up in Colorado and beyond. Chip and I spoke via Zoom on April 22nd. Follow the Downtown Boulder Partnership on Twitter @downtownboulder. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. If you or your company or organization have switched your focus to helping solve the many problems arising from the Coronavirus pandemic, and you’d like to come on the podcast to talk about it, reach me at joel@dojo4.com or DM me on Twitter @bouldertechcast. Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our COVID19 coverage continues with this discussion with John Tayer, President and CEO of the Boulder Chamber of Commerce. We talked about how the Chamber is not just supporting local business during the virus crisis, but also preparing itself for life after the pandemic. John and I spoke via Zoom on April 2nd. Follow John on Twitter @BoulderTayer. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms and comments are welcome. If you or your company or organization have switched your focus to helping solve the many problems arising from the Coronavirus pandemic, and you’d like to come on the podcast to talk about it, reach me at joel@dojo4.com or DM me on Twitter @bouldertechcast. Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Week 2 of our coronavirus coverage begins with this interview with Rachel Sharpe, a CU senior studying engineering-plus and an engineer at CU’s Integrated Teaching & Learning Lab. Rachel is managing 16 3-D printers cranking out masks for healthcare workers — part of the Make4Covid initiative. I spoke with Rachel via Zoom on Friday, March 27th. Learn more about how Rachel and other Coloradans are mobilizing to fight the coronavirus at Make4Covid. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms and comments are welcome. If you or your company or organization have switched your focus to helping solve the many problems arising from the Coronavirus pandemic, and you’d like to come on the podcast to talk about it, reach me at joel@dojo4.com or DM me on Twitter @bouldertechcast. Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our coronavirus coverage continues with a conversation about Keep Our Town Alive, a website quickly built and launched this week in the interest of connecting customers with local businesses still open during the pandemic.  I spoke with the site’s creators, dojo4’s Corey Kohn, Derek Dunagan and Spike Ilacqua on March 25th. Follow dojo4 on Twitter @dojo4. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms and comments are welcome. If you or your company or organization have switched your focus to helping solve the many problems arising from the Coronavirus pandemic, and you’d like to come on the podcast to talk about it, reach me at joel@dojo4.com or DM me on Twitter @bouldertechcast. Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
We’re  retooling the Boulder Tech Podcast to be a platform for quick-hit-and-publish interviews w/local tech companies (and anyone really) that are refocusing their efforts to support the community during the Coronavirus crisis. We’re looking to speak with as many people as we can and release the interviews as quickly as we can turn them around. This time out we speak with Chris Meyer, Head of Innovation at Solderworks. A few hours before we spoke on March 24th, he held a meeting to discuss the future of work spaces. We continue that conversation here. Here are some additional and related resources and items of interest: Medium article by Chris: The Future of Shared WorkspacesOpen source projects seeking tech help: MIT Safe Paths and Helpful Engineering Follow Chris on Twitter @AdmireTheMeyer. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms and comments are welcome. If you or your company or organization have switched your focus to helping solve the many problems arising from the Coronavirus pandemic, and you’d like to come on the podcast to talk about it, reach me at joel@dojo4.com or DM me on Twitter @bouldertechcast. Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
We’re  retooling the Boulder Tech Podcast to be a platform for quick-hit-and-publish interviews w/local tech companies (and anyone really) that are refocusing their efforts to support the community during the Coronavirus crisis. We’re looking to speak with as many people as we can and release the interviews as quickly as we can turn them around. Our first guest under this new format is Shala Burroughs. She normally works in the blockchain sector, but in this time of virus has shifted her focus to help launch helpmainstreet.com, a volunteer-powered effort to support small businesses. We spoke on March 23rd about what that means. Follow Shala on Twitter @shalaburroughs *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms and comments are welcome. If you or your company or organization have switched your focus to helping solve the many problems arising from the Coronavirus pandemic, and you’d like to come on the podcast to talk about it, reach me at joel@dojo4.com or DM me on Twitter @bouldertechcast. Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our guest for Episode #63 is Eric Marcoullier, founder of several successful companies including IGN and Gnip, and orchestrator of a big turnaround at Beatport. He now coaches startups and mid-sized companies on product, fundraising and leadership issues.  In this interview, Eric and I discuss: why Eric learns more from his failures than his successesthe interesting creative process behind every post on his blog, Obvious Startup Advicestartup founders and mental healthEric’s idea for completely revolutionizing email – and why it’s probably not going to work Read Eric’s blog, Obvious Startup Advice, and follow him on Twitter @140bpm. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast HQ, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Don’t hesitate to send a note to joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our guest for Episode 62 is Spike Ilacqua, Founder and CTO at Indra’s Net, one of Colorado’s first-ever Internet Service Providers. Spike’s a veteran — a pioneer, even — of the Front Range tech scene, and has a lot to say about: how the focus and mission at Indra’s Net has adapted to the changing times over the last 25 yearswhat it was like to create an ISP in the early 90’s — when the internet was just a glimmer of what it’s becometech’s impact on the city of Boulder, and how it might help resolve some of the many issues Boulder facesthe similarities and differences between the tech scene in Boulder then vs now Follow Spike on Twitter @spikex *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast HQ, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Don’t hesitate to send a note to joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our guest for Episode 61 is Jonathan Woodard, Director of Engineering at SugarWOD. They make workout software for coaches and everyday athletes. He’s also a Tabletop Game Designer. Jonathan and I touch on a number of topics, from software to games, Boulder to Europe, and get into: his twin passions for software engineering and analog game design — and what the two have in commonthe role tabletop games play in Jonathan’s lifehow a year living abroad reshaped his relationship to workJonathan’s efforts to see and experience Boulder through fresh eyes Follow Jonathan on Twitter @woodardj *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast HQ, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com (that’s E-c-c-o-d-e-k). Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Don’t hesitate to send a note to joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our guests for Episode 60 are Kathy Vega, COO/CTO, and Alex Mulvaney, CEO, and co-founders of ShineOn Bike Lights, a company created to improve the world by making cycling a safer activity in order to reduce pollution and carbon emissions, and allow people to live happier and healthier lives. In our freewheeling discussion, Kathy, Alex and I get into: how a couple of space science engineers found themselves in the bike equipment businessthe inspiration and science behind ShineOn Bikes’ innovative technology (including a walkthrough of their dual beam bike light)the challenges of launching a startup as full-time studentsthe significant roles that CU and the Boulder tech community have played in ShineOn’s success  Follow ShineOn on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @ShineOnBikes. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast studio, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com (that’s E-c-c-o-d-e-k). Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Don’t hesitate to send a note to joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our guest for Episode 59 is Ben Woods, Technical Director — North America for Holmes Solutions — the creative engineering arm of the Holmes Group, a collection of companies with over 500 employees in offices around the world — including Boulder, where Ben is based. Holmes Solutions has done all sorts of things, such as demolishing vehicles to improve road safety, testing jet packs, developing a human catapult, and more.  In our discussion, Ben tells us about: Why this little known but highly industrious company from New Zealand chose Boulder for it’s US headquarters, and how it views its relationship to the Boulder tech community  Holmes’ innovative approach to developing tech platforms for easy transfer across industries and sectors — and specifically how they envision transforming their work in the adventure recreation sector (aka thrill rides) into cutting edge public transportationHow their new transportation solution could be the answer to many of Boulder’s traffic-related issues Follow Holmes Solutions on Facebook @HolmesSolutionsLP and on Instagram @holmes_solutions_ *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast studio, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com (that’s E-c-c-o-d-e-k). Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Don’t hesitate to send a note to joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
We have two guests for Episode 58: John Schaefer, co-founder and Creative Director, and Matt Schaefer, co-founder and Web App Developer, for Radio Rethink — a project conceived to move community and micro-community radio into the spotlight of the mobile media landscape. Community radio and eclectic music programming are big passions shared by The Brothers Schaefer and myself, and thus we geek out about:  the purpose and function of Radio Rethinkhow community and public radio stations are already benefiting greatly from the servicewhat motivates the Schaefers to provide Radio Rethink at such a low costand how, for all their bells and whistles and billion-dollar budgets, titans like Spotify, Apple Music, etc. don’t compare to the deep crates and cultural knowledge of an adventurous, low-budget, volunteer-powered community radio station All of that and more, as the Boulder Tech Podcast speaks with Radio Rethink’s John Schaefer and Matt Schaefer. Follow Radio Rethink on Twitter @radiorethink. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is supported by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast studio, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com. Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by me, Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Reach me at joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
Our guest for Episode 57 is Bill Baldwin, Managing Principal of Cresa, the world’s largest commercial real estate advisory firm exclusively representing occupiers. Bill and I discuss all things co-working, including: a look at the WeWork “situation” the costs, benefits and risks of the co-working modelwhere the co-working industry is headedhow your co-working space defaulting on its obligations could put your company out of business All of that and more, as the Boulder Tech Podcast speaks with Cresa’s Bill Baldwin. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is supported by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast studio, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com. Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by me, Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Reach me at joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
This is the last — but definitely not least — of 20 interviews recorded in a popup backroom studio at dojo4 during the 10th annual Boulder Startup Week. Thanks to all the guests for their time and patience, and to all of you, for listening. Our guest for Episode 56 is Sara Bates, co-founder and CEO at MamaMend, a personalized, evidence-based guide to childbirth recovery and postpartum health. Sara and I talk tech and birthing, and touch on: how she employs data and empathy to solve problemsher journey from her time on Wall Street to founder of an app for postpartum momsthe dichotomy and balance between data and intuition when it comes to raising a new childthoughts on being a founder, a woman and a mom in the tech industry Follow Sara on Twitter @data_bates. *** The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Boulder StartUp Week platinum sponsors Honey, Matter and Zayo.  We’re also supported by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast studio, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage. Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com. Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by me, Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Reach me at joel@dojo4.com Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.
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