How to pitch a Fortune 500 executive: Cisco Edition

written by bethburgee on April 19, 2013 in Industry Trends and Interviews and Under The Radar with no comments

More than just a startup conference series, Under the Radar is designed to match innovative startups with VP and C-level buyers at large companies to help foster meaningful sales and BD relationships. One executive looking to connect with next-generation B2B Read the Rest…


Talking Lean Analytics with Alistair Croll

written by bethburgee on March 28, 2013 in Guest Blog and Industry Trends and Interviews and Opinions and Startups and Video with no comments

Guest Blog Post One of the biggest mistakes first-time entrepreneurs make is assuming people will care about their business just because they created it. The old adage of “if you build it, they will come,” is completely wrong as it Read the Rest…


Inside the Company Culture of Tracelytics

written by HeidiIsern on April 25, 2012 in Interviews and Under The Radar with no comments

Tracelytics is presenting at this week’s Under the Radar.  Before you see them pitch their performance solution technology, get to know them on a more personal note.  We asked co-founder and CTO, Spiros Eliopoulos, give us a few insights on his company Read the Rest…


Inside the Big Data: Chart.io's Company Culture Unveiled

written by HeidiIsern on April 24, 2012 in Interviews and Under The Radar with no comments

As we’ve always said, it’s not the size of the data, but what you do with it.  Chart.io is once such company that helps businesses analyze their data.  They are presenting at this week’s Under the Radar.  Dave Fowler, Chart.io’s Read the Rest…


How Mobile Security is Like Apollo 13-Inside Framehawk's Company Culture

written by HeidiIsern on April 23, 2012 in Interviews and Under The Radar with one Comment

Can mobile security companies really overcome all odds to save the day for the Enterprise?  We think so!  We are pleased to have the team at Framehawk present their revolutionary technology at Under the Radar next week.  However, before we hear them Read the Rest…


ionGrid: Inside the Culture of a Mobile Security Company

written by HeidiIsern on April 20, 2012 in Interviews and Under The Radar with no comments

  Everyone is talking about mobile security and ionGrid’s Nexus helps enterprises get there.  We are pleased to have the CEO and founder, Nick Triantos, present the technology at Under the Radar next week.  However, before we geek out how ionGrid secures Read the Rest…


DataSift: The Inspirational Culture of a Big Data Firm

written by HeidiIsern on April 11, 2012 in Interviews and Under The Radar with no comments

DataSift is one of our big data companies presenting at our Under the Radar Conference on April 26th, 2012.  Before you come and see them pitch their technology, get to know them on a personal note.  Rob Bailey, DataSift CEO, Read the Rest…


Want to Do a Deal with Nike? Here are a Few Tips.

written by HeidiIsern on April 4, 2012 in Interviews and Under The Radar with no comments

We’ve been running a few features on partnering with the enterprise from creative agency CP&B to Visa to Levi’s.  We all know it is challenging and every executive has different want lists.  In case you are interested in doing a deal Read the Rest…


How to Sell Your Technology to a Creative Agency

written by HeidiIsern on March 21, 2012 in Interviews and Under The Radar with one Comment

Hear tips on partnering with a creative agency from Crispin Porter + Bogusky Creative Technical Director, Corey Szopinski. Corey Szopinski is on the hunt for innovative solutions that his firm can use to drive their creative execution with large clients like American Express, VW, Read the Rest…


Levi’s CIO, Tom Peck, Gives Tips on Partnering

written by HeidiIsern on March 19, 2012 in Interviews and Under The Radar with one Comment

Tom Peck, Levi’s CIO, talks about what he looks for and how to be prepared for the first conversation toward toward working together. Levi’s, like many other large corporations, is looking to complement their existing technologies with cost and time Read the Rest…