We talk to Startup Founder's about the high and lows of startup life and how to plot world domination.
Jon Schultz talks about the future of commercial real estate technology.
Ryan Williams talks about the early days of Jopwell and why left Goldman Sachs to pursue his dream.
Ryan talks about raising money from Magic Johnson and how valuable his mentorship has been.
Ryan talks about the advantages of using Jopwell to land a job at Facebook, Microsoft and Goldman Sachs.
Ryan tells us why he thinks the Y Combinator experience is superior to an Ivy League Education or working at Goldman Sachs.
Ryan explains how Jopwell is helping tech companies get exposure to talented minority candidates.
Brandon shares his thoughts on their main competitor (VTS) and what differentiates the 2 companies.
Brandon talks about startup culture and why building the right culture at Hightower is a fundamental part of their success.
Brandon shares his thought on his business role models and why he likes Tony Stark.
Brandon talks about his main priorities as the CEO of Hightower.
Brandon shares his vision for Hightower and how that aligns with the future of CRE Tech.
Brandon shares his thoughts on the advantages of having a diverse workforce and why diversity is instrumental to Hightower's success.
Brandon shares his thoughts on the Future of CRE Tech, APIs, Mergers and potential acquisitions by Yardi and CoStars.
Brandon talks about how working for Microsoft, Zillow and CBRE gave him the skills to be a great CEO and Founder at Hightower.
Brandon talks about scaling the company and the markets Hightower dominates in. He also discusses their key business metrics.
Clayton talks about Silicon Harlem's relationship with the City and State.
Brandon talks about his inspiration for starting Hightower
Clayton talks about what Silicon Harlem has achieved in the past few years.
Clayton talks about the founding of Silicon Harlem and it's place in the tech ecosystem.
Clayton talks about Broadband and why it's the theme for the Silicon Harlem Tech Conference on October 21st, 2016.
Clayton talks about the 4 areas Silicon Harlem focuses on to make a difference in the community.
Clayton share his thoughts on why he views the need for a diverse workforce as a huge business opportunity for employers.
Clayton talks about meeting his Co-Founder Bruce Lincoln and how they have been tackling tech related problems for the past 20 years.
Clayton talks about signing a petition alongside tech luminaries like Ev Williams and Vinod Khosla, stating that Trump is bad for the tech community.