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Yotam Cohen, the visionary founder of Daisy Property Management, steps on to the New York Launch Pod. Prepare to be inspired as Yotam shares his entrepreneurial journey and how he is reshaping the landscape of real estate operations through innovative technology. In this insightful conversation, Yotam introduces us to the transformative power of Da…
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JoAnna Hartzmark, steps back on the New York Launch Pod to discuss the growth of Revelle. Revelle is a groundbreaking platform reshaping the way women shop for jeans. In this engaging conversation, JoAnna takes us through the incredible journey of Revelle’s transformation over the past year. Discover how Revelle is tackling the age-old problem of f…
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Tximista Lizarazu, the Co-Founder and CEO of Fraîche steps back on to the New York Launch Pod. Since the last time Tximista was on the podcast, a lot has changed for Fraîche . Fraîche is an innovative vending machine that delivers fresh food to offices, catering to companies as they return to the office and seek to attract talent. Tximista explains…
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Looking to find the ideal customer? Scout helps with just that by engaging you with your ideal customers 10x faster using AI. With a focus on real estate transactions, Scout has a database of over 300M profiles and can automate an entire outreach in just seconds. For individuals and businesses, this can not only save valuable time but also helps in…
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In this day and age who wouldn’t like the benefit of not having to stand in a line at the bank to draw money or risk that your building’s service staff might not receive their holiday tip? Zach Colonder realized this gap in the market and thought of a way to make this process better and simpler by creating Grazzee and now tipping has never being mo…
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Night markets are exciting local events that showcase local vendors. But they weren’t always that way. Our guest in this episode, Marco Shalma, speaks about how he started the Bronx Night Market, from what he considered a side gig into a full time company, MASC Hospitality Group.Find out how Marco overcame the challenges of the pandemic, and how he…
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Let’s face it, food in the office isn’t that great. When you are in the office, the lunch repetoir is familiar salads and sandwiches, having to pick up food or paying for delivery fees. Our guest in this episode, Tximista Lizarazu, thought that the same old song needed to change. He came up with Fraiche an innovative vending machine that brings top…
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Jonathan Rosen, Co-Founder of NY Forever, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his celebrity studded and corporate sponsored non-profit initiative which is encouraging New Yorkers to commit to New York City, support our front line workers and give what you can to keep the city strong. As the successful founder of a PR company, BerlinRosen,…
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Lindsay Liu, Founder of Super, steps on to the New York Launch Pod to discuss her new property management platform. Lindsay was on the board of her own Co-Op and was frustrated by the way the building was operating (and not because of the people). Lindsay’s building was using a hodgepodge of software (if any), sending out physical mailings, and kee…
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Ben Gordon and Matt Bachmann, co-founders of Wandering Bear Coffee Co. step back on to the New York Launch Pod to discuss their cold brewed coffee brand. We first spoke to Ben and Matt in our fourth episode and in the 7 years since we spoke with them their brand has grown exponentially and taken on significant investment. But it hasn’t been easy. W…
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), autism rates are growing. By one estimate, autism now affects 1 in 44 children. Families who have children with autism have been looking for an effective therapy, often without success. Enter JelikaLite. Katya Sverdlov wanted a better treatment for autistic children so she teamed up …
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In this episode we go behind wristwatches, wristwatch culture and the wristwatch business with Craig Carger, Founder of Wrist Enthusiast. But Wrist Enthusiast isn’t just the name of Craig’s blog and Instagram page, it’s a way of life for Craig. Craig’s passion around watches led him to start an Instagram page that currently has over 300,000 followe…
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Why is it so hard to find a pair of jeans that fit properly? That’s the question that JoAnna Hartzmark, Founder of Revelle set out to solve. The result: a data driven platform that pairs women with brands that will fit well. Best part of all, it’s free for the users. Different brands are cut to different shapes, which are usually based from a “fit …
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Going to the dentist isn’t fun…and that’s not necessarily because of what the dentist is doing to your teeth. Dentists haven’t historically been a patient centered experience. The process has been opaque and difficult. Our guest, Tyler Burnett, Co-Founder of Wally wanted to change that (which may or may not have been related to being falsely diagno…
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In this episode of How You Doin’? we catch up with David Suk, Co-Founder and CEO of Saint Luna moonshine. We first spoke with David in January of 2020 and since then David has taken aggressive steps to grow his brand and business. Listen to the episode to find out more!Oleh Hal Coopersmith, Bull Path Media Inc. (@NYLaunchPod)
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Rebroadcast of Episode 39: A Summer Inside NFTE, original airdate December 28, 2017. This summer we took an inside look at the New York office of the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship, also known as NFTE. NFTE is a non-profit organization providing educational entrepreneurship training to high school students from low-income, urban communities.…
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What’s it like to grow a salsa brand? We check back in with Matt Bennett, Founder of Dreams Aren’t This Good Salsa. We first spoke to Matt in 2019 when he was just starting off. Since then, Matt has developed a proprietary chip bag, several new flavors, and began selling on Amazon. However, things haven’t been easy and we hear from Matt about his c…
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New Yorkers are eating all wrong! That’s according to Elia Wolberger, Founder of Feed Your Sister. Elia is a private chef who saw New Yorkers had more in their pantries than they thought, yet still had high delivery and grocery bills. The solution according to Elia is Plan, Prep, Plate. Meal planning doesn’t have to be hard, but a lot of New Yorker…
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Social justice is in the news these days. Whether it’s resulting from the pandemic, Black Lives Matter movement, or issues related to access, social justice is on the forefront of the minds of a lot of New Yorkers. Who better to check in with than Seachange Collective, our guest in Episode 56. Seachange Collective has grown since we first spoke to …
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What’s it like to start a restaurant in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic in New York City? What about if that restaurant was in a subway station when ridership was at an all time low. Is it crazy enough to work? In this episode we speak to Mario Vivas, the Founder of Criollas, a restaurant located in the Turnstyle underground marketplace in Colu…
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Andrew Cabasso, Founder of Postaga, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his outreach company that can identify relevant marketing opportunities for any business by crawling the internet for appropriate blogs and podcasts and connecting you with real humans on the other end. Promoting your business through media outreach and optimizing you…
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Aaron Luo, Co-Founder of Caraa, returns to the New York Launch Pod to discuss how he’s pivoted his luxury handbag company and developed new products during the Covid-19 pandemic including the Wall Street Journal’s top rated mask. In Episode 58, we spoke to Aaron about the motivation behind the Caraa brand and how they develop handbags, gym bags and…
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Maria Luisa Mendiola, Founder of MIGA Swimwear, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss her swimwear company which has specialized designs for people with disfigurement or other chronic health issues. Growing up with a disfigurement herself, Maria understood the need to feel comfortable at the beach or pool. While studying for a masters at Ce…
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Scott Reich, Co-Founder of Believe in a Cure, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his non-profit foundation that is looking for a cure for FOXG1 Syndrome, a rare neurological disorder which has affected his son Eli. Scott began his foundation when his Eli was recently diagnosed with FOXG1 Syndrome, a neurological disorder that will preven…
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Maya Komerov, Founder of ShopIN.nyc, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss her same day delivery e-commerce platform that allows you to shop from stores in your neighborhood all from the comfort of your home. With the rise of commerce giants like Amazon, traditional brick and mortar retailers have suffered declining sales year after year. D…
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Michael Chad Hoeppner, Founder of GK Training and Communications, returns to the New York Launch Pod for his third appearance to discuss how he’s pivoted his company and adapted to new methods of communication during the Covid-19 pandemic. In Episode 28 and How You Doin’ Volume 5 we spoke to Michael about the techniques he used to teach high powere…
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Jonathan Rosen, Co-Founder of NY Forever, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his celebrity studded and corporate sponsored non-profit initiative which is encouraging New Yorkers to commit to New York City, support our front line workers and give what you can to keep the city strong. As the successful founder of a PR company, BerlinRosen,…
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David Suk, Co-Founder and CEO of Saint Luna Moonshine, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his new moonshine brand which promises to popularize a traditional American liquor and a variety of new cocktails. While David was the COO of a baby blanket company, Aden + Anais, he started talking to one of his co-workers whose passion was distill…
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Kate Sokolov and Lisa Sokolov, sisters and Co-Founders of Social Goods, step onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss their online retail store that offers statement making gifts which incorporate donations to the causes they represent. Before starting Social Goods, Lisa worked in fashion while Kate was active in non-profits and political causes, to…
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Rob Pachter, Co-Founder of Realty Crunch, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his collaboration platform for brokers and clients dedicated to facilitating and providing efficiency to real estate transactions. While trying to purchase properties several years ago Rob identified several pain points in the broker/client experience including …
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Wole Coaxum, founder of MoCaFi, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his challenger bank and project management company dedicated to serving the unbanked and underbanked and providing essential financial services in marginalized communities. As former managing director at JPMorgan and head of business banking sales at Chase, Wole recognize…
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Stacey Weismiller of SecondMuse steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss her startup incubator and impact firm dedicated to designing, developing and implementing entrepreneurial programs specifically geared to hardware manufacturing in New York City. SecondMuse identifies opportunities in a wide variety of unconventional sectors, including ha…
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Harlan Milkove, Managing Partner of Foundational, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his company that uses a data driven approach to prepare startups for venture capital fundraising. After founding several successful companies, Harlan realized that his venture capital expertise and technical know how could solve a problem that many found…
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In a special episode of the New York Launch Pod Hal Coopersmith discusses his intelligent residential lease management and compliance software called RezCue, and who else to interview Hal Coopersmith, the longtime host of the New York Launch Pod, than his mother, Martha Coopersmith. This is an episode you won’t want to miss! Last summer New York St…
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Hector Castillo Carvajal, Founder of Don Carvajal Cafe, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his delicious eco-friendly coffee company. Don Carvajal Cafe offers a sustainable approach to the coffee industry by using exclusively compostable materials, contracting directly with farmers that Hector personally vets, and implementing new proces…
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Fresh off of a successful appearance on ABC’s Shark Tank, we speak to Laura Schubert and Lillian Tung, co-founders of Fur. After multiple offers, Laura and Lillian accepted an offer from Lori Greiner of $500,000 for 8% equity in the company and a $50,000 donation towards promoting body positivity. Listen to our special behind the scenes Shark Tank …
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Cate Luzio, Founder of Luminary, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss her woman-focused collaboration hub right in the heart of Manhattan. Luminary offers a unique co-working and networking space for women of all professions to build their careers through hosted events, notable speakers, and a variety of amenities that are all designed mak…
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Umber Ahmad, founder of Mah-Ze-Dahr, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss her bakery located in the West Village that is expanding to new locations in New York City and the Washington D.C. metro area. Mah-Ze-Dahr prides itself on the quality of its baked goods, its sustainable approach to food, and its commitment to hospitality, all in the…
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Laura Schubert and Lillian Tung, Co-Founders of Fur, step back onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss their company’s exponential growth and success in the self-care industry. Back in Episode 49, we learned how Fur is changing the conversation around body hair care and meeting the needs of men and women who want all-natural products in their daily…
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Lena Imamura and Sas Simon, Co-Founders of NAME GLO, step onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss their custom neon design studio that lets customers commission unique artwork for every special moment in their lives while also providing pre-made artisan items for sale. Lena and Sas didn’t set out to start a business that would light millenials’ Ins…
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Matt Bennett, founder of Dreams Aren’t This Good, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his delicious new salsa company that’s spicing up the market with fresh tasting homemade recipes and sleek modern designs. Matt founded the company with the insight that the $1.3 billion dollar salsa industry has remained largely unchanged, even while co…
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Lee Hoffman, co-founder of Heat Watch, steps onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss his boiler based technology company which is helping building owners save 20-30% on their fuel costs, reducing the city’s carbon footprint and making apartments more comfortable too! Heat Watch works by monitoring and calibrating boilers to make sure they’re being …
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Heidi Hertel, founder and Gabriel Schlumberger, CEO of Fitz Frames, step onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss their revolutionary eyeglass company that promises to make shopping for glasses fun and headache free for kids and adults. Despite recent innovations, eyeglasses have been manufactured the same way for years. And while standardized style…
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Aaron Luo and Carmen Chen Wu, Co-Founders of Caraa, step onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss their luxury handbag company, which sells accessories for the modern woman. Caraa blends quality design with functionality to create bags that look good while still meeting the needs of an active lifestyle. Originally designed as the all purpose go ever…
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Brian Berger, Co-Founder of Mack Weldon, steps back on to the New York Launch Pod to discuss his company’s continued growth and success. Back in Episode 33, we learned how Mack Weldon’s focus on unique fabrics, customer satisfaction, and innovative styles revolutionized the men’s essentials category. Since then, Mack Weldon has added several new cl…
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Carrie O’Brien and Craig O’Brien the husband and wife and Co-Founders of Sunswell, step onto the New York Launch Pod to discuss their Hamptons-inspired clothing brand, that offers items designed to look good anywhere and keep you cool at the same time. Sunswell’s high quality performance fabrics and classic designs can be worn anywhere from a day a…
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Social justice has become something of a buzzword lately with topics including diversity, equality, and fair representation at the forefront of people’s minds. However, many businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies don’t always have the time or abilities to confront these issues head on. That’s where Seachange Collective comes in. Seachange …
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Each year over 16 billion disposable coffee cups are thrown away, oftentimes only moments after someone finishes a coffee.When you think about how much paper and plastic there are in 16 BILLION coffee cups you might start recognizin Each year over 16 billion disposable coffee cups are thrown away, oftentimes only moments after someone finishes a co…
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Dr. Dennis Gross steps on to the New York Launch Pod to discuss the founding of the Dr. Dennis Gross line of skin care products. There was not much innovation in the world of skin care products in the late 90’s. According dermatologist, Dr. Dennis Gross, the skincare industry relied heavily on the use of glycolic acid which had a harsh effect on th…
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In recent years, there has been a lot of talk about the retail apocalypse due in part to noteworthy bankruptcies, massive store closings, and the unprecedented number of store vacancies across New York City. Real estate giant Brookfield Property Partners made headlines in 2018 when the firm acquired seven storefronts on vacancy-ravaged Bleecker Str…
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