Episode #242: Ham Serunjogi, Chipper Cash “Africa Has The Highest Cost Of Sending Money In The World”

Episode #242: Ham Serunjogi, Chipper Cash “Africa Has The Highest Cost Of Sending Money In The World”           Guest: Ham Serunjogi is co-founder and CEO of Chipper Cash, a fintech startup that enables free and instant cross border peer-to-peer money transfers as well as solutions for businesses and merchant payment processing. Date Recorded: 7/3/2020 Run-Time: 50:14 To listen to Episode #242 on iTunes, click...

Episode #241: Doug Ramsey, The Leuthold Group “By Our Interpretation, We’re There, I Do Think It’s Time To Be Rotating Away From Large Cap Growth”

Episode #241: Doug Ramsey, The Leuthold Group “By Our Interpretation, We’re There, I Do Think It’s Time To Be Rotating Away From Large Cap Growth”               Guest: Doug Ramsey is Chief Investment Officer of The Leuthold Group, and Co-Portfolio Manager of the Leuthold Core Investment Fund and the Leuthold Global Fund. In addition to his CIO and PM responsibilities, he maintains...

Episode #240: Stefan Batory, Booksy, “This Is Probably The Last Major Vertical That’s Not Digitalized…And This Is A Massive Space”

Episode #240: Stefan Batory, Booksy, “This Is Probably The Last Major Vertical That’s Not Digitalized…And This Is A Massive Space”             Guest: Stefan Batory is co-founder and CEO of Booksy, a robust mobile and web marketplace that allows customers to quickly and easily discover and book appointments with a variety of local services while offering innovative tools for service providers to...

Episode #239: Chris Fernandez, EnsoData, “There Was One Particular Area That Felt Like It Was At Least 5 Years Behind…And That Was The Application Of AI To Waveform Data”

Episode #239: Chris Fernandez, EnsoData, “There Was One Particular Area That Felt Like It Was At Least 5 Years Behind…And That Was The Application Of AI To Waveform Data”           Guest: Chris Fernandez is co-founder and CEO of EnsoData, a startup with technology using artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze wave-form data to save clinicians time on labor-intensive, complex data...

Episode #238: Mark Straub, Smile Identity, “Face Recognition Is, In A Sense, Deep Technology”

Episode #238: Mark Straub, Smile Identity, “Face Recognition Is, In A Sense, Deep Technology”         Guest: Mark Straub is co-founder and CEO of Smile Identity, a universal KYC enrollment and authentication solution for enterprises in mobile-first economies. Date Recorded: 6/25/2020 Run-Time: 1:04:22 To listen to Episode #238 on iTunes, click here To listen to Episode #238 on Stitcher, click here To listen to Episode #238 on...

Episode #237: Ryan McQuaid, PlushCare, “If You Look At Virtual Visits Last Year, They’re Only 1-2% Of All Addressable Visits”

Episode #237: Ryan McQuaid, PlushCare, “If You Look At Virtual Visits Last Year, They’re Only 1-2% Of All Addressable Visits”         Guest: Ryan McQuaid is co-founder and CEO of PlushCare, a startup offering personalized, high quality healthcare from top U.S. medical doctors from the ease of a smartphone. Date Recorded: 6/25/2020 Run-Time: 41:09 To listen to Episode #237 on iTunes, click here To listen to...

Episode #236: Stuart Landesberg, Grove Collaborative, “I Believe Deeply That Having A Truly Mission Driven Business Is A Sustainable Competitive Advantage”

Episode #236: Stuart Landesberg, Grove Collaborative, “I Believe Deeply That Having A Truly Mission Driven Business Is A Sustainable Competitive Advantage”               Guest: Stuart Landesberg is the Co-Founder & CEO of Grove Collaborative, the leading digital-first brand & ecommerce platform for natural home and personal care products. Stu has long been passionate about sustainability. He began building the company that became...

Episode #235: Ajay Prakash, Rinse, “The Barriers To Entry Are Super Low…But The Barriers To Scale Are Incredibly High”

Episode #235: Ajay Prakash, Rinse, “The Barriers To Entry Are Super Low…But The Barriers To Scale Are Incredibly High”             Guest: Ajay Prakash is co-founder and CEO of Rinse, the laundry and dry cleaning startup that is working on evolving the business through technology and strong back-end partnerships in order to deliver a better customer experience. Date Recorded: 6/10/2020 Run-Time: 55:20 To listen to...

Episode #234: Harindra de Silva, Analytic Investors of Wells Fargo Asset Management, “Just Because A Factor Hasn’t Been Working For 3 Years…Don’t Ignore It…Continue To Evaluate It”

Episode #234: Harindra de Silva, Analytic Investors of Wells Fargo Asset Management, “Just Because A Factor Hasn’t Been Working For 3 Years…Don’t Ignore It…Continue To Evaluate It”             Guest: Harindra de Silva is president and portfolio manager for the Wells Fargo Asset Management Analytic Investors team where he focuses on the ongoing research effort for equity and factor-based asset allocation strategies. Date...

Episode #233: Lisa Rich, Hemisphere Ventures, Xplore, “Opening Up The Door For Access To Space”

Episode #233: Lisa Rich, Hemisphere Ventures, Xplore, “Opening Up The Door For Access To Space”         Guest: Lisa Rich is managing partner of Hemisphere Ventures, an early stage VC firm focused on frontier tech. She’s also founder and COO of Xplore, a space company dedicated to deep space exploration. Date Recorded: 6/18/2020 Run-Time: 1:02:10 To listen to Episode #233 on iTunes, click here To listen...