SL #13: Live at the ATDC

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atdc_logo.gifRecently, the ATDC held their yearly company showcase. StartupLounge.com was there, and we did a handful of interviews during the showcase. Enjoy this compilation of interviews from various startup CEOs and industry luminaries!

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We had a great deal of fun in this first live recording (on-location somewhere.) We had a great discussion with a couple of cool ATDC companies (Simcraft & Emcien), and also got a chance to talk to three non-ATDC companies that are doing some good things (BigContacts, OMT Energy, & Jobkabob). Barbara Stafford stopped by as well, and we had a “small” discussion on the nano sector. Good fun!

To play it, use the tools at the top of this post – you can play it via the embedded Flash player by pressing the big play button at the top, or download it to play on your computer or MP3 player.

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Podsafe music used within this episode:

  • Sundial by Bill Derome

Tune in and find out!

Our format is a little out of the norm as far as podcasts go. We treat our efforts as a true “show” rather than a super-concise (limited) vehicle for delivery of information. Therefore, the podcasts can run a bit long (actually, it is largely driven by the guests and their responses.) While we try to have very substantive discussions, we also try to have a lot of fun along the way (and that tends to elongate the programming a wee bit.) :) Our theory is that if we are having fun during the show, hopefully, you will be having a little fun listening as well.

Here is the breakdown for the show, in case you want to hop around.

Intro 00:00 to 01:36
Sean Patrick McDonald – Simcraft 01:36 to 05:58
Warren Bare – CEO – Jobkabob 05:58 to 12:50
Paul Freet – CEO – BigContacts 12:50 to 15:57
David Ratajczak – OMT Energy / Sanjay Parekh 12:57 to 22:39
Barbara Stafford (National Nano Manufacturing Center)
Andy Riley (Development Authority, Emmanuel County)
22:39 to 35:21
Radhika Subramanian – CEO – Emcien 35:21 to 47:34

A special thanks to all of our guests for stopping by and hanging out with us!

We’ll be back soon with Jason Caplain of Southern Capitol Ventures, where we’ll chat about venture trends, the southeast, our Capital Connections event and of course, Jason’s open pitch sessions.

We welcome your continued feedback as well! If you have an interest in appearing on the show, becoming a show sponsor (hint, hint), have some suggestions for topics, have feedback, or would just like to email us and tell us to “shove off”, we invite you to contact us.

And don’t forget – the StartupLounge.com message forums are up and running. If you need help with any aspect of your venture, we welcome you to jump in and get the help you need!

Enjoy!

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3 Comments so far »

  1. GeeMaxine said

    on May 29 2007 @ 9:43 am

    A live podcast very cool! Will you be doing more live episodes? If you do I would love to come and hang out. Great selection of interviews for this one. I really like this format in addition to your normal show. Keep it up!

    -GM

  2. Deborah Johnson said

    on March 27 2008 @ 1:47 pm

    I amtrying to find startup capital for a usiness I want very much to open in my community. In the area I live there is no supermarket, and I have always wanted to own my own grocery store but I need a lot of capital and help. I would appreciate any input anyone can give me as to where and how to get my dreams started. Thank you very much for listening and I will appreciate any feedback you may have that will help. Sincerely, Ms. Deborah Johnson

  3. Scott Burkett said

    on March 27 2008 @ 1:52 pm

    Hi Deborah. Your best bet is most certainly going to be the Small Business Administration (SBA). The web site is painful to absorb, but the SBA and/or banks are going to be your best option for a small business.

    http://www.sba.gov

    Cheers.
    Scott

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