Angela Stowell is CEO and her husband executive chef Ethan Stowell started Ethan Stowell Restaurants in 2010 with their first restaurants: Tavolàta, Anchovies & Olives. They have since gone on to open 12 more restaurants. He was named one of the Best New Chefs in America by Food & Wine in 2008 and the husband and wife team were the recipients of the 2016 Richard Melman Innovator of the Year Award.View Details
Paul has been a technology entrepreneur for decades. He founded domain name registrar eNom in his garage in 1997 with little capital and during a time when the industry was dominated by a single combined registrar and registry. In less than 10 years, the company became the second largest domain name registrar in the world while achieving $80 million in highly profitable revenue.View Details
Jordan currently serves as founder and CEO of Atlas Informatics. The company recently raised $20.7 million from a group of investors including Microsoft, Nathan Myhrvold and Aspect Ventures. He is an accomplished technical entrepreneur and has served as a cofounder of companies like music company Napster, anti-spam platform Cloudmark and labor-as-a-service platform CloudCrowd.View Details
It happens at the end of even the best sales pitch — it went well and your customer totally understands the problem. You have even gotten them nodding along, asking to join the Beta. You move in to close the sale, and what are you left with? An email address.
It has been 26 months since I sent a fairly random email to the founder of Startup Grind, Derek Anderson, letting him know that I wanted to help out in Seattle (@seattlegrind). Since then the Seattle chapter has had 23 events, over 1,600 attendees and recorded 20+ hours of video of the fireside chats, from the likes of Dan Levitan, Liz Pearce, Robert Scoble, Matt Erhlichman, Adam Tratt and Michelle Goldberg. It has been great for me to be able to talk with these people and get answers to questions that many startup founders are scratching their head over.