Sep 9, 2016
Get ready for a digital welcome and full-fledged customer experience at stadiums and large entertainment venues. Quylur Intelligent Systems has created a large device that not only scans your ticket, shares promotional offers, and screens your bag, but it also is customizable by its customers depending on the venue. For example, Levi’s Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers, can program the machine to discover selfie sticks, which are not allowed. The Founder and CEO of Qylur Intelligent Systems is Lisa Dolev, who also served in the Israeli military performing counter terrorism operations. She’ll not only talk about the technology but also how she’s built a team to create LARGE hardware the Elon Musk way. Plus, she explains why she’s never had to raise Venture Capital money and yet has brought in more than $32 million in funding. She offers great advice for entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs on the importance of bringing ideas to paper, creating a core mission, having conviction in that mission, and how to develop a technology that truly solves a problem for customers and their patrons. Later in the show, meet another rockstar entrepreneur who served in the Israeli Military as an F16 pilot who’s now developing a real estate app, Stiya. Ilana Golan explain how her service has helped her to build a successful startup team, has created a no nonsense and unstoppable mindset, and has taught her to implement a solution-oriented approach to business no matter how dire the circumstances. And in our weekly “HealthTech” series, meet Connor Landgraf, CEO of Eko Devices, which has created the world’s smartest stethoscope. He’ll talk about the FDA approved device which is now being used in more than a dozen clinical studies and in 400 hospitals.