Providence Geeks is a series of ongoing interviews with the brains behind Providence RI's innovative startup community.
At the last Providence Geeks, we were joined by Elie Schoppik (CEO) and Andrew Sohn (CTO) of Knowyo, fresh off their win for Best Presentation at the LAUNCH Conference in San Francisco. We caught up with them after their talk to get a summary of what they are building.
At the February 2013 Providence Geek Dinner, Judd Rosenblatt told the Crunchbutton story, demoed their service, and talked about where this promising startup is headed next.
At the last Geek Dinner, VCharge Chief Science Officer (and MIT PhD) Jessica Millar and CFO (and Harvard B-School prof) George Baker told the VCharge story, demoed their SmartBricks control technology, and gave a sneak peek at where this exciting startup is headed next.
At the 2012 July Geek Dinner, Sproutel CEO Aaron Horowitz and CCO Hannah Chung (recently named one of Inc. Magazine’s “15 Women to Watch in Tech”) told the story of their company, introduced us to Jerry the Bear, and shared their big plans for helping millions of kids take care of themselves.
At the June 2012 Providence Geek Dinner, Splitwise co-founders Jon Bittner and Ryan Laughlin told the history of Splitwise, gave an overview of their startup, and demoed – for the first time ever – their new web platform. After their talk, we caught up with them for a short interview.
At the April 2012 Geek Dinner, Batchbook CEO Pamela O’Hara and "server whisperer" Adam Tucker gave a sneak peek at the newly redesigned and rebuilt Batchbook “social CRM”. I caught up with them after their talk to get some more details.
Jeff Robbins, CEO of Lullabot, joined us at the last Providence Geek Dinner to tell us all about Lullabot and Videola—their new video management system and video delivery platform. I caught up with Jeff after his talk to learn more.
At the January 2012 Geek Dinner, Co-Founder & CEO Josh Silverman – backed up by Co-Founders Jason Urton (CTO) and Bill DeRusha (CMO) – gave an overview of StudyEgg including its short, but interesting history to date, and the first public look at its new product (already producing revenue!)
We featured Nick Napp and Kevin Mowrer of MoveableCode at the July 2011 Providence Geek Dinner, where they talked about what they are doing to define the future of play. We caught up with them after their talk to learn more.
At the June 2011 Geek Dinner, GreenBytes CEO/CTO Bob Petrocelli gave us an overview of GreenBytes, the Ashaway-based provider of high-performance, energy-efficient inline deduplication data storage appliances. I caught up with him after his talk to learn more.