Our guest in this episode is Cedric Kovacs-Johnson, founder and CEO of Flume Health, a digital age health plan administrator intentionally built to reduce healthcare costs, improve quality of care and transform the user experience for both employers and members. We sat down with Cedric to talk about reinventing how the most important companies buy and access healthcare.
Kristen Buchanan is a founder and CEO of Edify, a software company that aims to solve one of the most critical issues in the engineering industry — remote technical onboarding. In this episode, we spoke with Kristen about her mission of removing friction from onboarding and other aspects of an engineering team's daily life.
Ayal Yogev is a co-founder and CEO of Anjuna Security, an enterprise enclaves company that secures applications in untrusted environments from malicious software, insiders, and bad actors--without recoding. In this episode, we are going to talk with Ayal about his mission of closing an old data security gap.
Our guest in this episode is Charlie Kwon, a seasoned corporate development executive and acquirer of numerous companies at Maxim Integrated, Cisco and Intel Capital. We sat down with Charlie to talk about why is it important for founders to understand the M&A process from the acquirer's perspective.
Haseeb Budhani is a co-founder and CEO of Rafay Systems, a provider of enterprise-grade Kubernetes management for today’s modern applications. In this episode, we sat down with Haseeb to talk about his journey as a serial entrepreneur, and his mission of helping DevOps deploy modern applications on Kubernetes with ease.
Joseph Melika is the co-founder and CEO of Inspectiv, an end-to-end security solution that continuously identifies security vulnerabilities and provides security assurance to customers of rapidly growing tech companies. In this new episode, we spoke with Joseph about his journey as a techie and entrepreneur, and the nuances of crowdsourced application security space.
Kaitlin Christine is the CEO & Founder at Gabbi, Inc. where she is solving delayed diagnosis of preventable diseases that affect women, starting with breast cancer. In this episode, we sat down with Kaitlin to talk about her journey championing patient empowerment, the lessons she’s learned, and the advice she has for others building industry-disrupting technology.
Our guest today is Brandon Metcalf, a co-founder and CEO of Place Technology, a developer of financial forecasting and business planning software used to serve SaaS and professional services. In this episode, we sat down with Brandon to talk about helping SMBs solve the challenges that come with financial forecasting.
Luke Kanies is the founder of Puppet and Clickety and advisor to numerous startups on matters of customer segmentation, high-level product, market strategy, authenticity throughout the product and story, and founder team dynamics. His interests include the future of work, redistribution and decentralization, worker dignity, and automation and power tools. In this episode, we are talking with Luke about turning ideas into startups.