William Finnerty, managing director and private wealth manager at UBS Private Wealth, discusses how the region’s entrepreneurial growth has impacted people of various generations, and how different people have handled receiving an influx of capital.
Anthony Robbins, federal vice president at NVIDIA, discusses the leaps and bounds artificial intelligence is making and the ways it can improve both government operation and the private sector.
Alex Vogel, chief executive officer at the Vogel Group, discusses the discomfort some people feel about the lobbying industry, and how he feels its positive impact every day in the region.
Sharon Hays, senior fellow at LMI, discusses the ways that government contractors are pushing tech innovation with the help of the federal government.
Craig Stevenson, founder of HyperQube Technologies, discusses the ethics of hacking and why virtualization is an important tool with wide-reaching applications and implications for the local economy.
While a job listing can show the requirements or expected duties for an open position, understanding the company culture and vibe can be extremely difficult. To learn more about what one local business is doing to fix that, we spoke with Lauryn Sargent, cofounder and partner at Stories Incorporated.
On this EXTRA episode, we speak with Gene Riechers, senior advisor at Sands Capital Management; Ed Barrientos, angel investor and CEO at Brazen; and Mark Walsh, managing partner at Ruxston Ventures about one of the best things that defines the region: intrapreneurship.
On this episode, we speak with Andy Medici, Money and Tech reporter at Washington Business Journal, about where the D.C. region stands with respect to venture capital funding and economy health.
Chris Tavlarides, co-founder of Prytany, discusses how his new social media platform hopes to band people of similar political interests together to have their small donations bundled and noticed by politicians.
On this WWiW EXTRA episode, we speak with three experts on whether the D.C. region, and the world in general, is hitting a ceiling when it comes to potential success for tech businesses. Experts include James Moore, founder and CEO of the Washington Institute for Business, Government, and Society; Kandi Parsons, shareholder at ZwillGen; and Richard Levick, founder and CEO of LEVICK.