In 2013 Donna Harris and Even Burfield started 1776. In the past three years it has attracted over 200 members and hundreds of visitors. One of the most notable guests was President Barack Obama. Today’s studio guests are a good sampling of early start-up, mid start-up, and successful graduate. Each company gets a segment to talk about their respective technologies; the final segment is a free-form discussion that talks about 1776 as an incubator and how they have benefited from their relationship with 1776.
Focus: In order to pick up a package at UPS you need to show some kind of identification. What happens if there are millions of veterans all over the world? What happens if people are constantly moving and changing addresses? This problem is addressed by the people at ID.me. They provide a digital wallet that enables consumers to produce verified ID cards e.g. military, student, teacher, membership, etc. as well as government issued ID cards in order to verify status.
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