LightBank Associate James Dickerson and untether.tv founder and Canadian entrepreneurial and mobile rockstar Rob Woodbridge join Everywhere Else Cincinnati speaker lineup.
LifeCrowd is a Santa Monica based social startup that helps consumers participate in social events in their city. Lifecrowd users can browse activities ranging from a night full of board games, to rock climbing, band jamming, and wine tasting. They can then invite friends to join in the activities. They’re different from other sites like
We’ve tracked down the smartest and most successful investors outside of Silicon Valley and put them in a list!
Big news for Everywhere Else Cincinnati, YEC founder Scott Gerber to be main kenote speaker on Tuesday October 1.
In the past decade, Chicago’s technology community experienced incredible growth. Much of the community’s success was driven by the strong history of big business in Chicago and the emergence of key stakeholders in the startup ecosystem. While the Chicago startup scene is still relatively young in comparison to some other U.S. cities, the community’s key
Update 8/29/2013- After being contacted by the legal eagles at SXSW we had to change the name of the startup exhibition at Everywhere Else Cincinnati, from Startup Village to Startup Avenue! Nothing else has changed as far as the Startup Avenue ticket, section, and features are concerned. The Startup Avenue booths at Everywhere Else Cincinnati
Techstars New York graduates Friday. Their mentors have logged over 1500 hours, now you can get wisdom from them too, by following them on Twitter.
Chicago’s GrubHub to merge with New York’s Seamless for one gigantic food delivery startup.
Enthusiastic and Scottish. Katy Lynch took her personality and social media skills from a hobby to creating a thriving venture backed company is less than two years. With a goal of providing result driven social media services for companies, she founded SocialKaty in August 2010. SocialKaty is a full-service social media marketing firm employing 29
Chicago recently played host to a great regional tech and startup conference called TechWeek 2012. Judging on the activity at the conference and the legendary after parties it should be no surprise that startup activity in Chicago is big. How big? Try $188 million dollars big of 25 startup companies. Two companies; Dealstar and Tribeca