Brandon Tidwell, Nate Quigley, Kat Archibald & Romney Evans Headline August Startup Conversation Series
Beehive Startups is proud to present this month's Startup Conversation featuring Signal Peak Ventures Managing Director Brandon Tidwell, Chatbooks CEO & co-founder Nate Quigley, Degreed CPO Kat Archibald, and True Fit co-founder Romney Evans.
We want to be the indispensable tool and mechanism and platform that people use to play pickup ball.
These leaders have served significant roles that have been instrumental in Utah’s stellar technology accomplishments.
I’m an entrepreneur, that’s what I am and I don’t know how to be anything else. I have put almost 20 years of my life into the same problem so I know a lot about it.
Eastwind Networks is leading a new approach to tackling the complexity of the modern cybersecurity paradigm.
Peak caught the vision early on of what ZipBooks could become, and they’ve been a great partner as we’ve started to realize that vision.
By bringing Train Simple under the Pluralsight umbrella, our on-demand learning platform now includes one of the richest libraries of Adobe trainings within our broader collection of more than 5,000 technology courses authored by industry luminaries.
The program is designed to empower girls to participate in computer science and technology activities.
We are an urban fashion brand specializing in heated apparel.
Utah has proven it has the talent and the drive to produce great companies. We’re excited to be part of that with Grow.
Utah has a very interesting demographic for us to test — highest percentage of millennials per capita, lowest average age group out of any state in America, and a budding startup scene. It’s the perfect hub to test the product initially.
To that, VidAngel says, Bitch, please, or more accurately BLEEP, please. You know, because they filter out profanity.
We are actively providing venture debt to startups where traditional banks believe these companies are too risky.
Last week, it was announced that Nordstrom has acquired a minority stake in Lehi-based Dsco. Understandably, people were fired up.
This is a time to celebrate and show off what the students have done.