It’s episode 50 and we are switching things up to celebrate! Casey Allen, founder of Enterprise Rising and our very first podcast interview, puts hosts Kevin McArdle and Jac Stark in the hot seat with a fun Q + A. Learn about why SureSwift Capital bought tech.mn, what has been the most challenging part, and what the tech.mn team is envisioning for the future.
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For Hype Time we reminisce on past episodes. Here are a few we call out:
Episode #3 – Sangam Napit
Episode #9 – Bri McCullough
Episode #10 – Josh Fedie
Episode #15 – Danielle Steer
Episode #28 – Melissa Kjolsing
Episode #31 – Clarence Bethea
Episode #32 – Dario Otero + Mondo Davison
Episode #36 – Jenessa White
Episode #41 – Aneela Idnani
About The tech.mn Podcast
This is a podcast for tech and entrepreneurship in Minnesota. Kevin McArdle, owner of SureSwift Capital, and Jac Stark, Community Manager for tech.mn set out to tell the stories of the individuals that make up the Minnesota tech and startup capital of the North. Join us every Tuesday as we interview people from across the ecosystem about their journeys.