Best Blake Feese podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Named 'the best business podcast on startup life' by Fortune. Listen as entrepreneurs pitch to real investors—for real money. In each episode, we take you behind closed doors to the critical moment when aspiring entrepreneurs put it all on the line. While it offers a glimpse into the high-stakes world of venture capital, it’s really a show about human relationships: how people sell their ideas, what makes investors tick, and how these initial conversations can bloom into business deals—or di ...
 
The Daily Telegraph brings you coverage and analysis of news, politics and daily events from its award-winning team of writers and columnists.
 
Every Thursday afternoon from 1:00 – 3:00 pm ET, NASCAR veteran Jeff Holtzclaw, Heather Meyer of the Stock Car Gazette, RCR Development driver Tim George Jr. and Camping World Truck Series competitor Caitlin Shaw discuss the latest happenings in the world of NASCAR and welcome some of the top names in the sport as special guests. Recent guests include Brian Vickers, David Reutimann, Bill Elliott, Bobby Labonte, AJ Allmendinger, David Ragan, Jamie McMurray, Reed Sorenson, Regan Smith, David S ...
 
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Bermuda Love Triangle and Bill’s Short Circuiting Campaign: News Wrap April 18
 
When Khalil Zahar and Tommy Duquette first pitched their boxing workout startup, Hykso, the investors saw a big opportunity. They wanted to know: Could Hykso be more like Peloton, an at-home cycling system that was starting to take off? Three years later, the company is trying to do just that — and it’s been a wild ride. Today’s investors are J ...…
 
Private Pain Of A Celebrity Showman and ScoMo Offers A Big Hand On Jobs: News Wrap April 14
 
Jonathan Kumar pitches his startup, Samaritan, which aims to help people who’ve lost their homes. But can he convince the investors it’s OK to earn a profit off of homelessness? Today’s investors are Charles Hudson, Michael Hyatt, Jillian Manus and Phil Nadel.
 
Aussie Voters Short On Choice and School Bracing For Measles Crisis: News Wrap April 6
 
Ben Walters came on the show to sell the investors on Feedback, an app that lets restaurants change their prices on the fly. But when Ben shows up in the pitch room, he’s already decided that it’s time to make some changes to the business. Can he get the investors salivating over a startup that’s mid-pivot? Today’s investors are Jillian Manus, ...…
 
Why The Coroner's Report On INXS Star Won't Be Released and Girls Get Game: News Wrap March 30
 
Simran Gill reads the headlines for Sunday March 24, 2019. The day after the 2019 State elections.
 
Razor's Edge and $10,000 ‘Glitch’ Is Parents’ Windfall: News Wrap March 23
 
After a stellar pitch on our show back in 2017 — one that got $100K in the first five minutes — founder Mike Slagh hit the ground running with his startup, Shift. In this episode, we catch up with him to find out if Shift, a job-placement service for military vets, has continued to dazzle investors. Today's investors are Jillian Manus, Phil Nad ...…
 
Jennifer Brandel of Hearken is pitching a new kind of business. She calls it a zebra: a company that’s driven by a mission — but still wants to make money. And Jennifer’s mission with Hearken is to help journalists do their jobs better. But can she and the investors get on the same page? Today’s investors are Jillian Manus, Charles Hudson, Phil ...…
 
Rama Poola is here pitching his airline ticket business, SkyHi, where customers pay a monthly fee to access tickets on the cheap. But the investors are worried that it sounds a lot like MoviePass, a company that offered a subscription for unlimited movie tickets — and ran into a world of problems. Can Rama convince them that his model won’t bre ...…
 
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