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1 minutes | Jul 21, 2018
Baby Crazy Trailer
Baby Crazy is a new podcast for parents who are over 40.
1 minutes | Feb 7, 2018
Future of Food Podcast
Future of Food is a new podcast from Red Cup Agency. It's all about how food is changing and what you'll be eating. Listen at http://futurefood.fm.
15 minutes | Aug 16, 2017
Matthew Pierce on the Cult-Tech Podcast
On the podcast today we welcome Matthew Pierce, founder of Versus Systems. Versus is a white-label platform that allows video game publishers and developers to integrate prize-based matches into their games. The system allows players to participate in pay-to-play matches or sponsored tournaments. The podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency. The interviewer is Lee Schneider
27 minutes | Aug 16, 2017
Val King On The Cult-Tech Podcast
You store information online. Is it safe? How about your medical information - who can see it? What would they do with it? Val King is president and CEO at Whitehat Virtual Technologies, a company in Austin that works primarily with healthcare customers, helping them with IT solutions, delivering electronic medical records, for example, in a secure fashion. He is our guest today on Cult-Tech.
12 minutes | Aug 8, 2017
Tim Whitaker of Mighty Writers on Cult-Tech
Mighty Writers (http://mightywriters.org) was founded in 2009 with the mission to teach kids to think clearly and write with clarity. The organization offers free after school academies, writing workshops, teen scholar programs, mentorships and college prep classes at centers in four diverse Philadelphia neighborhoods. Tim Whitaker, executive director of Mighty Writers, joins Lee on the podcast. Subscribe to our podcasts and never miss a show. http://join.redcupagency.com Look for our next podcast, Future of Food, as well as the Brandboom Podcast - everything you want to know about fashion, tech and branding.
16 minutes | Aug 6, 2017
CTRL Collective on the Cult-Tech Podcast
CTRL Collective (http://ctrlcollective.com) is a collective workspace that exists to inspire. A local home for aspiring and established entrepreneurs who aim to create, mold, and shape the future, it is a purpose-built environment created to inspire innovation and propel new ideas. David Bren and Taleia Mueller talk with interviewer Lee Schneider about how to build a community space by curating projects and personalities. They share their deep expertise about building new projects and startups and also discuss how to integrate work and life in a fulfilling way. CTRL collective has locations in Playa Vista, DTLA, Pasadena, and Denver. The Cult/Tech podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency. Subscribe and never miss a podcast: http://join.redcupagency.com
22 minutes | Jul 21, 2017
Cheryl Clements Of PieShell on Cult-Tech
Joining Lee Schneider on the podcast for this episode is Cheryl Clements, the founder and CEO of PieShell. PieShell (http://pieshell.com/) is a crowdfunding platform that emboldens and empowers food and beverage entrepreneurs and enthusiasts. For Cheryl, food is personal.Growing up, she spent summers helping her mother run a pie-making business. Aptly named “The Pie Shell,”it was headquartered where all good startups begin: in the family’s basement. It was from her mother that Cheryl learned what it takes to build a successful food operation. More than that, she learned how communities grow around the food that people share. When Cheryl thought of embarking on her own food venture, she saw a crucial need for a crowdfunding platform that addresses the unique challenges of food and beverage entrepreneurs.
17 minutes | Jul 12, 2017
David Ostrov of NoteBLOX on Cult - Tech
Joining me on the show today is David Ostrov, principal at NoteBLOX
19 minutes | Jul 4, 2017
Cult/Tech Podcast with Sebastian Stricker of ShareTheMeal
ShareTheMeal(https://sharethemeal.org/en/index.html) is an app from the World Food Program that enables people to "share their meals" with children in need, using an iphone or Android app. Joining us from Berlin today is Sebastian Stricker, Head of ShareTheMeal. The shared meals help provide school meals to 25,000 children affected by Boko Haram violence. The podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency. Edited by Kay Vermeil. Communications outreach by Jason Visenberg. The interviewer is Lee Schneider.
17 minutes | Jun 27, 2017
Nick Gray of Museum Hack on Cult-Tech
Museum Hack (http://www.museumhack.com) leads what they call “renegade” museum tours for individuals, private groups and company team building in New York, DC, San Francisco and Chicago. Nick Gray, the founder and CEO, is here to tell us how it works, and what a renegade museum tour is. The Cult/Tech Podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency. Edited by Kay Vermeil. Communications outreach by Jason Visenberg. Lee Schneider is the interviewer.
17 minutes | Jun 24, 2017
Henry Albrecht of Limeade
Limeade is a corporate wellness technology company that drives employee engagement. The platform inspires happier, healthier and more productive employees. Their tagline is “great companies invest in the well-being of their people, and in return, employees invest in the well-being of the company.“ Henry Albrecht is CEO and board director of Limeade, (https://www.limeade.com) and he joins us today on the podcast to talk about how companies are implementing effective workplace wellness programs. Lee Schneider is the interviewer and the podcast is produced by Red Cup. http://redcupagency.com
23 minutes | Jun 12, 2017
CareerVillage on Cult-Tech
Joining me on the show today is Jared Chung, founder of CareerVillage. (CareerVillage.org) On CareerVillage, students post requests for career advice. The platform matches those requests with an online pool of working professionals who answer. For educators and others CareerVillage represents a new resource to help students succeed. The podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency. Lee Schneider is the interviewer.
17 minutes | Jun 8, 2017
Richard Wolpert of HelloTech on the Cult-Tech Podcast
Joining us on the podcast is the CEO and founder of HelloTech, Richard Wolpert. HelloTech is an on-demand tech support network available all over the country. Richard is responsible for many “firsts” throughout his career including: Conceiving of and teaching the first Macintosh Programming Class at Stanford University - the first multi-user address book for the Macintosh (TouchBase), the first kids internet subscription service (Disney’s Daily Blast), the first Tivo-like product for Internet Radio (BitBop Tuner), the first *legitimate* music subscription service for the Internet (MusicNet), and the first legitimate online movie subscription service (Starz! On Demand). We will talking about the subscription service model in this podcast, as well as the world of IoT. The podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency. The interviewer is Lee Schneider.
23 minutes | May 27, 2017
Dave Whelan of Bespoke Business Strategy
Joining us today is the Managing Director of Bespoke Business Strategy, Dave Whelan. Bespoke(http://www.bespokestrategy.com/)is a strategic consulting firm focused on strategy, operations, business development, and marketing in start-ups and growing organizations, with an emphasis on the intersection of technology, health and wellness. As a consultant, advisor, entrepreneur, and operating executive, Dave has devoted his career to building successful businesses. Cult/Tech is produced by Red Cup Agency. (http://redcupagency.com) The interviewer is Lee Schneider.
25 minutes | May 24, 2017
Roger Jackson of Kinonation on the Cult/Tech Podcast
Kinonation gives any content owner easy access to video streaming services worldwide in any format, language and territory. http://kinonation.com/ We'll talk about the tech behind that magic, and why it's a good thing. Roger Jackson of Kinonation is with us today on the Cult/Tech Podcast. Red Cup Agency produces the podcast series. The interviewer is Lee Schneider.
23 minutes | May 16, 2017
Cult/Tech Podcast with Sabari Raja of Nepris
On the Cult/Tech Podcast our guest today is the Co-Founder and CEO of Nepris, Sabari Raja. Find Nepris here: https://nepris.com/ We discuss the STEM-education gap and how the Nepris platform is addressing it by providing career role models for students all over the world. Sabari has a strong track record in building and launching successful education technology products in markets around the globe. Prior to starting Nepris, she worked for 15 years with Education Technology division of Texas Instruments to lead product and content strategy, publisher relations, business development, partnership and alliance ecosystem for new edtech products. Sabari has an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from India, Masters in Computer Science from Louisiana State University and graduated Beta Gamma Sigma with an Executive MBA degree from Cox School of Business, SMU.
11 minutes | May 2, 2017
Cult/Tech Podcast with Laura Klein of Organic Authority
Joining me today is Laura Lynn Klein, an environmental superstar who is co-founder of Organic Authority, a new media company that publishes OrganicAuthority.com (http://www.organicauthority.com/) and EcoSalon.com (http://ecosalon.com/). The podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency and Lee Schneider is the interviewer.
17 minutes | Apr 25, 2017
Cult/Tech Podcast with Benetech And All Children Reading
Joining us today on the podcast is Brad Turner, Vice President of Global Literacy for Benetech, and Deborah Backus of All Children Reading. They talk about helping children with disabilities appreciate books and reading with a book distribution program that places books in Braille, audio, and mixed formats in the hands of children who need them. “Access to information is a basic human right,” Jim Fruchterman, Founder and CEO of Benetech has said.
19 minutes | Apr 18, 2017
Cult/Tech Podcast Sean Duffy of EdTech Austin
Joining us on the podcast is Sean Duffy, the founder of EdTech Austin, a hub for edtech enthusiasts to connect and collaborate. Sean Duffy is an educator and edtech leader who is passionate about helping to make meaningful change in education through technology and community-building. Sean is the founder of EdTech Austin, co-founder of EdTech Action and the lead Organizer for Startup Weekend Education in Austin, TX. Currently, Sean is responsible for Corporate Strategies and Partnerships with Hack Reactor in Austin, TX and is the Regional Director of EdTech First. Cult/Tech is produced by Red Cup Agency. (http://redcupagency.com) The interviewer is Lee Schneider
20 minutes | Apr 17, 2017
Cult/Tech Podcast With Lee Mokri Of Byte Foods
Joining me today is Lee Mokri, co-founder and head of sales and marketing at Byte Foods (http://www.bytefoods.co.) Around the clock, Byte delivers healthy and affordable snacks, beverages and meals to employees at businesses and office buildings. The company is working to reinvent workplace eating through connected refrigerators, RFID technology and deliciously fresh and healthy food. Lee is also the founder of 180 Eats, an on demand meal service that delivered healthy lunches and dinners to families in the Marin area in Northern California. We talk about food delivery services, keeping employees happy, workplace wellness and more in the podcast. The podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency. Lee Schneider is the interviewer.
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