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.
Sep 2, 2016
Kym McNicholas and Co-Host Fran Maier talk to successful women in technology. This week we take a detour to talk to Fran’s former colleague, Gary Kremen, about Founders, Co-Founders and why it makes a difference! And we bring on Angela Pan, CEO of Ashley Chloe who shares the story behind her wearable fashionable Bluetooth headphones. Finally we share our favorite tech, here what speakers we love in our homes!
Sep 2, 2016
New FAA regulations could lead to nearly $100 billion added to the U.S. economy and more than 100,000 new jobs. Skycatch, a company that turns 3D photos captured by a drone into 3D models, is one of the Bay Area companies benefiting from this new rule. A Skycatch employee is one of the first in the nation to get a new Federal license to fly drones. Hear about how Skytch is not only helping to automate bulldozers but also map exotic island such as that of Sir Richard Branson. Plus, KRON 4 television News Director Aaron Pero talks about how the new FAA regulations benefit breaking news coverage. And in our weekly “The Edge” series, find out how the Dropbox data breach of more than 70,000 emails/passwords, could’ve been prevented. Soha Systems CEO Haseeb Budhani explains how third party data breaches can be prevented. Plus, don’t miss the perfect gifts to give in honor of Kym’s birthday. Some say HTC Vive VR Headset, Ringly, Apple TV, Tesla X, and drones are the best gifts of the year. The perfect celebration libation? One caller pitched an adult Otterpop called, Sloshee.
Aug 26, 2016
Kym McNicholas and Co-Host Fran Maier talk to successful women in technology. After marking Women’s Equality Day – 96 Years of Female Right to Vote in US, we talk to Ilana Golan, CEO of Stiya. Ilana stated out in Israel as an engineer and F16 Fighter Pilot and instructor. Now she’s a veteran entrepreneur and brings her considerable leadership skills to running Stiya, a new way for real estate agents and buyers to enhance and enrich the home buying process. She shares how she pivoted her company from travel and blogging to supporting the large real estate market. We talk about management, leadership, fundraising and more. And we share our favorite tech – from Audible to Waze to a new app to get any flight- to make your Labor Day travels even better!
Aug 26, 2016
Is it the Hillary Clinton effect? Alfresco’s CEO Doug Dennerline talks about a new Federal law that will require all government employees to retain and store their emails, both business and personal. Alfresco’s Enterprise Content Management software platform is at the forefront of that, already helping agencies to collect critical that content. Also, how many Silicon Valley companies do you know of with four women in their C-suite? Probably not many – nearly half of firms globally still have NO female C-level executives, even though research has shown parallels between gender diversity and financial returns. Alfresco CEO, Doug Dennerline, talks about the benefits of a gender-balanced C-suite as the company sets out to deliver the fastest path for people to interact with – and act on – information that drives their business. We also chat with two of Alfresco’s four C-suite women – Andrea Lagan and Sydney Sloan – about what it takes to connect billions of documents for organizations like Amnesty International, Cisco, NASA and more.
Aug 19, 2016
Soma Water Founder and Chief Hydration Officer Mike DelPonte was on the path to priesthood but now he’s on an entrepreneurial journey building a multi-million dollar consumer brand which has caught the attention of First Lady Michelle Obama. This week he announced his newest product, a glass water bottle, taking on a $1.5 billion, very crowded, industry. He’s taking the same approach as Apple’s Steve Jobs by evoking a feeling that creates strong brand identity and loyalty from consumers. He shares his journey, how to create a successful crowdfunding campaign, the secret to aligning with your true purpose in life, and successful marketing strategies that can apply to every brand. Also, in our “Luxe Networking” series, Elite International Master Networker Candice Bar shares the five secrets to creating a solid connection with anyone in less than five minutes.
Aug 19, 2016
It’s like the Da Vinci Code but better. It’s a new book called “The Cheat Code” written by your typical Silicon Valley overachiever. It’s a modern collection of cheat codes for our personal and business life. One of the youngest founders to receive venture capital in Silicon Valley, Brian Wong, shares his journey, the lessons he’s learned along the way, and ‘The Cheat Code” which he says will help you jump levels in life and your career and beat enemies just as you did in your favorite video games growing up. In this week’s “The Edge” series, it’s not about hacking life, but instead, who’s hacking your health. It’s cyber criminals. Healthcare hackers are costing hospitals millions per breach and your information is in jeopardy. TrapX CEO Gregory Enriquez explains how they’re trying to protect you with deception. Plus, a 16-year-old CEO talks about how he turned his 3rd place science fair project into a real product to help paralysis patients regain control of their muscles.
Aug 12, 2016
Kym McNicholas and Co-Host Fran Maier talk to successful women in technology in this series. They’re first guest in the show is disrupting real estate. What would you do with an extra $20,000? A lot, right?!? That’s why more and more homeowners are choosing to sell their homes “For Sale By Owner”. They don’t have to pay commission. A new site is capitalizing on this popular trend by bringing together buyers and sellers, and closing deals with the click of a button. Sidedoor founder and CEO Shelley Janes explains how she’s going against the grain in the real estate industry. Plus, Princeton student Paige Shaw shares her favorite back-to-school technologies picks that help students stay in touch as well as make the grade. And Elite Master Networker Candice Bar shares the characteristics of the most impactful business card.
Aug 12, 2016
When Michael Phelps bought a ring for his girlfriend at a small retail shop then shared it online, thousands of his more than one million followers flooded the website of this small jewelry shop. That massive increase in traffic could’ve caused the site to crash. But as a customer of WebScale, the site was ale to adapt. Businesses dream of having their website flooded with orders. But for some, when it happens, it’s a nightmare! Everything comes to a stop in the surge of traffic. Why? Because they don’t have the infrastructure to support the number of people creating transactions on their site. Webscale CEO Sonal Puri talks about how her company is helping businesses of all sizes leverage the cloud to avoid crashes. In our “HealthTech” series, Stroll Co-founder and COO Matt Maurer talks about how he’s helping doctors guide their patients on the best, most cost-effective options for medical tests. If you have to get an MRI or an ultrasound, prices can vary by as much as $10,000 within a few miles. His technology provides that information to your doctor before you even leave their office. Plus, UpRamp Managing Director Scott Brown shares four startups that have the potential for disrupting the Cable industry.
Aug 5, 2016
In our “Female Seeking Startup” series, find out how Tania Zapata helped build the largest voiceover marketplace, Torre, and the company’s strategic plan to expand to all creative talents. Tania talks about the move to rebrand from “VoiceBunny” and also how to create and scale any marketplace. Plus, she offer advice on how to find the perfect voicover talent for your brand. In this week’s Tech Candy segment, featured products include a smart alert nightlight Leeo, which monitors your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. We’ll also tell you about a startup competition for a good cause, to raise money to benefit the Leukemia Lymphoma Society (LLS). Plus, in our” Luxe Networking” series with Elite Master Networker Candice Bar, find out what questions to ask at a networking event to develop long-lasting business relationships.
Aug 5, 2016
Two decades after starting a company which went public then sold to a group of investors including Microsoft, Salesforce Ventures for more than $5 billion, Gaurav Dhillon is embarking on a new entrepreneurial adventure, SnapLogic, which focuses on seamlessly integrating business applications. Dhillon shares how spending his year off between Informatica and SnapLogic, travelling to Argentina and learning a new language, investing and advising startups, and transitioning from a suit to a hoodie, helped pave the way for starting a new company in a very different day and age. He also discusses the differences between starting a company 20 years ago versus now. Plus, he shares what entrepreneurs can learn from fly fishing to build a better business. And, in the “HealthTech” series, how Dr. Michelle Longmire, a Stanford-trained physician with a background in bioformatics and genomics, is creating powerful tools that provide improved patient care and enable analytics-driven medicine. Basically, Dr. Longmire is taking your doctor from the Stone Age to the Digital Age
Jul 30, 2016
In our “Female Seeking Startup” series, Babierge Co-founder Kerri Couillard talks about finding a new niche in the multi-billion dollar baby market through baby gear rental, and how others can earn a piece of the pie. Also, The Tot Squad founder talks about why baby car seat installation, repair, and cleaning is big business and why she’s convinced that franchising is the best way for her to scale the company. Plus, Elite International Master Networker Candice Barr explains how to turn your contacts into profits in our “Luxe Networking” series.
Jul 30, 2016
Make money on the brands you love with Kickfurther. CEO Sean De Clercq talks about how he’s helping companies turn existing customers not only into investors but also their best sales team. Also, FogHorn’s CEO David King talks about one of the biggest problems facing our connected world: An explosion of data. FogHorn Systems promises to solve the data challenge in an innovative way – processing data within the sensor itself! In this week’s “The Edge” series, he’ll explain why this is the biggest breakthrough in iOT (Internet of Things) today. And in “HealthTech”, our quest to find better, safer, faster, and cheaper healthcare products leads us to Bloom. Co-founder/CEO Eric Dy talks about how his new device will save expecting moms from false alarms that cost a lot of time, money, and hassle because of needless trips to the hospital during their third trimester.
Jul 22, 2016
July 22, 2016 - Female Seeking Startup: Outsource Chores And Errands; Tech To Save Your Back; Targeting Influencers
Jul 22, 2016
July 22, 2016 - Powering Your Future Kitchen; Friend Your Competitors For Cyber Safety; Inside the Pokemon Craze
Jul 19, 2016
07.15.2016 - Hour 2: In our “Female Seeking Startup” series Kym McNicholas and co-host Fran Maier talk to Sara Scheer, co-founder of ride sharing service for kids, about competing against Uber and Lyft. Plus, Schaer explain what she learned from her closes competitor Shuddle’s demise and why Kango is thriving. Also, meet the winner of Technovation, the world’s largest tech program and competition for girls between the ages of 13-17. The 18-year-old Mexico City standout. Lilia Lobato, created a crowdfunding app for volunteers. Also, Luxe Networking with International Elite Master Networker Candace Bar shares the biggest mistakes people make at networking events.
Jul 19, 2016
07.15.2016 - Hour 1: We answer the question: How do we innovate our way to unity in a nation divided? Tayo, who runs a Centre for Healing in the UK, shares how to innovate through music. She also debuts her single “We Shall Overcome”. “Reboot Safety” founder Linda Maepa discusses her “Keeping The Peace” hackathon in San Francisco. In “The Edge”, Reflektion Founder Sean Moran explains why most online shopping carts are abandoned and how companies can customize the customer experience. In “HealthTech”, Ra Medical. CEO Dean Irwin discusses his Excimer Lasers, which send dermatological diseases (Vitiligo and Psoriasis) into remission and unclog arteries.