Tim Jahn is the co-founder of Entrepreneurs Unpluggd, a unique event series featuring entrepreneurs sharing their stories in an intimate, “unpluggd” format. He has conducted over 150 interviews on BeyondThePedway.com, a website he founded for creative entrepreneurs to learn from the successes, failures, and journeys of fellow creators.

He is the author of “Use Interviews To Increase Your Blog Traffic”, an e-book teaching the art of interviewing and how it can help increase blog traffic, and the co-organizer of Ignite Chicago. Tim is a regular contributor to Tech Cocktail and Crain’s Chicago Business, and a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council.

 

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The Art Of Customer Support With Sarah Hatter of CoSupport

Sarah Hatter is the founder of CoSupport, a company that helps web and mobile app companies with their customer support. Sarah used to work in customer support at 37signals. CoSupport provides a personal support team, providing customer support for your apps. The product draws…

How PerkSpot Went From Dinner Table To Doubling Revenue

Christopher Hill is the founder of PerkSpot, a Chicago-based company that manages discount benefit programs for employers. PerkSpot’s clients include Fortune 500 corporations, state and local governments, school districts, and other affinity groups. Chris started Perkspot out of his condo four and a half…

From Startup to $116 Million In Revenue in 10 Years at Centro

Shawn Riegsecker is the founder of Centro, a company that makes the buying and selling of online media easy and has participated in Tech Cocktail Chicago events in the past. Last year, Shawn’s company pulled in $116 million in revenue. But things were not…

Where I’ve Been – My Best Mistake With Founder Craig Ulliott

Craig Ulliott started the Facebook app Where I’ve Been as a side project while he was working as a freelance web developer. Within a few days, usage of Where I’ve Been exploded, and within a month, Craig had to figure out how to support his…

How enGreet Disrupted The Greeting Card Industry

Adam Weinstein used to travel a lot and never remember to send family members cards for their birthdays and such.  He thought it’d be a great idea to create a place online for people to go to write greeting cards and schedule them to…

Interview with Cyrus Massoumi, CEO of ZocDoc

In this episode, I’m chatting with Cyrus Massoumi, co-founder and CEO of ZocDoc, a website that allows patients to find and book doctors instantly online. If you can’t see the video, please click here. ZocDoc just expanded their services into the Chicago market this…

Interview with Scott Belsky, founder of Behance

In this episode, I’m chatting with Scott Belsky, founder of Behance, a New York based company that provides products and services seeking to organize the creative world and help make ideas happen. If you can’t see the video, please click here.

Interview with StyleSeat founder Melody McCloskey

In this episode, I’m chatting with Melody McCloskey, founder of StyleSeat, a San Francisco based company that provides online tools for beauty, health, and wellness professionals to build and grow their businesses. I met Melody the first night of the Big Omaha conference at…

Interview with Grasshopper’s David Hauser

In this episode, I’m chatting with David Hauser, co-founder of Grasshopper, a Boston based company that provides a virtual phone system for entrepreneurs. If you can’t see the video, please click here. A special edition episode from Big Omaha I caught up with Dennis…

Interview with Chicago-based Jones Ad Agency

In this episode, I’m chatting with the folks at Jones, a Chicago based boutique branding and advertising agency. I chatted with founder Scott Maney about what Jones does: Jones started as an ad agency and over the last six years has really morphed with…