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"There's money & there's smart money. We believe there is capital, then there's creative capital."
Dylan tells his story and how he got into startups beginning with founding a digital agency that he grew to 80 people.
We define some common terms in startups to give listeners who may not be familiar a basic education for beginning to understand the industry.
In addition, we discuss how accelerators work—specifically the Dodgers Accelerator elaborating on their business model, R/GA's role in the joint venture, as well as what stage a company should be when they choose to apply to the Dodgers Accelerator.
We touch on why accelerators are growing exponentially and how creative services providers can break into startups either working with companies or creating their own.
Lastly we discuss what college athletics can do to innovate and invest in their own student bodies to create sports companies.
- Dylan Boyd's Twitter
- Dodgers Accelerator
- Dodgers Accelerator's Twitter
- Urban Airship
- Nike+ Accelerator
- Publicis Group
- PIE Portland
- True Ventures
- Kliener Perkins Caufield & Beyers (KPCB)
- First Round
- Science Inc.
- Monument Valley
- Google Ventures
- Nike entrepreneur-in-residence
- Can Tech Entrepeneurship Level the Playing Field of College Athletics
- Stadia Ventures
My next guests are the founders of Infinite Scale. Amy Lukas, Cameron Smith & Molly Mazzolini join us to tell their stories and give us some insight into a few of their projects such branded environments for the College Football Playoff and the NHL All-Star Game. For more on Infinite Scale, see their site.
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