Eric Pulier, World Renowned Musician - Thursday - April 18, 2014
Business Rockstar listeners do not miss this interview! The cream of the crop when it comes to business. Mr. Pulier joins Ken in studio to give you the tools you need to succeed! Entrepreneur, writer, public speaker, and founder of over fifteen companies, Pulier has raised 700 Million dollars + for ventures he has founded or co-founded : Media Platform (www.mediaplatform.com); SOA Software (ww.soa.com); Desktone (www.desktone.com); ServiceMesh (www.servicemesh.com); and Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council (www.tmforum.org). In Addition Mr. Pulier is an investor in several start ups in media and technology, as well as a member of the Clinton Global Initiative (www.clintonglobalinitiative.org).
Mitchell Arvanites (Right) Alex Feig (Left), Co-Founders, Lil' Reds - Thursday - April 18, 2014
We all grew up using the ever so popular red plastic cups. You know, the ones you constantly keep forgetting to pick back up and bring with you at a super bowl party! It can be a nightmare for the host of the party. They are the ones that have to pick up all the dirty, sticky red cups at the end of the day. Enter Mitchell Arvanites and Alex Feig, the geniuses that decided to take product and make it better! Lil Reds are exactly the same as your normal red plastic cups, EXCEPT they are made out of much more durable and re washable plastic! Don't ever throw away another red plastic cup again! Today these two fill us in just how they did it, and how you can do something like this yourself!
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Do you have anyone who can come out and address this group for free?
Thomas Van Winkle
I am looking for some advice on growing a successful group. I have started a meetup for local makers and inventors. I hold it over lunch time, the location is easy to get to, and its a first class conference room. My first meeting drew about 14 people, there was free food for kick off meeting. The next meeting had about 8, and the last meeting was down to 5. Not a good trend.
I focus each meeting on a technology trend that is reshaping how the world works. I find an expert in topic to give a 15 to 30 minute presentation. The first meeting was about what the University of Iowa Research Park as to offer to entrepreneurs, they provide the conference room for me. The second meeting was on 3D printing, and last meeting was on biomimicry. My next meeting will focus on UAV's.
What are some good tips on growing a loyal group to attend these meetings?
Thank You, Justin
I was driving yesterday and couldn't write down those 10 things successful people do in the morning. Any chance you have that article handy that I could pass on?
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