Kim Davis is a partner at The Payroll People, where she is in charge of Sales and Marketing. Most business owners are busy trying to make money, they aren’t as worried about taxes and deductions. The Payroll People are specialists who even guarantee their tax work!
Kim has some awesome insights and perspective. Check out what she is doing to help small to medium sized businesses run more efficiently!
What is the biggest problem in small business finance? We would love to hear from you by tweeting us @TripreneurTV!
Ram Parimi runs Sales for Social Tables, a DC-based startup that was an inaugural member of The Fort. He is a Colgate University alumni and has done stints in NYC, San Francisco, and Eventbrite.
Social Tables is an awesome event planning software that allows you to stop worrying about the logistics, and start enjoying the moment. If you have a wedding or business conference coming up, check them out!
Have you ever worked out of your bedroom? What do you like about Social Tables? Tweet us @TripreneurTV, we would love to hear from you!
Jon Leonardo is a co-founder of DC and Triangle Entrepreneurship Week. He is also the founder of Reply Guy, a new mobile app that is saving lives! Not many entrepreneurs come in and have as much experience as Jon does. The great catch….he’s under the age of 25!
Entrepreneurship Week is spreading throughout the country and helping increase job creation and/or funding. You don’t want to miss this interview!
What do you think about Triangle Entrepreneurship Week? What about Reply Guy? Tweet us @TripreneurTV!
Jayson Humphrey is founder and CEO of LiPi. They let users promote what they love about the local economy. Word of mouth advertising is powerful and Jayson is helping to create an exponentially more powerful experience.
Besides being a great entrepreneur, Jayson has two children under the age of 2. This man is balancing work and life. Check out how he does it! Follow the company @LiPiRaleigh as well.
What is your favorite thing to do in the Triangle? What places do you want to promote? Tweet us @TripreneurTV!
Ben Lee is the co-founder and CEO of Autopilot, a Charlotte-based startup. He has had startup success before and is applying those lessons learned with his newest project. Autopilot helps you order a driver for your car at the touch of a button.
Ben is an awesome entrepreneur and good friend of Anthony so this interview was long overdue. Brace yourself, Autopilot is coming! Follow Ben @BenjaminRLee and Autopilot @myautopilot.
What do you think about Autopilot’s mission? Tweet us your best story of when you needed a driver! @TripreneurTV
Mark Easley Sr. is a local startup advisor and angel investor. He was wildly successful in Silicon Valley during the chip boom and brought his experience to the Triangle. He even met Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. You have to hear these stories!
Not only does he know a good startup when he sees one, he also has a side hobby that is pretty cool. Check out the end of our interview to see him do something that no one has ever done before!
What do you think of Mark’s experience with Steve Jobs? Rate his performance at the end of the interview between 1-10! We would love to have you tweet us @TripreneurTV.
Bonner Gaylord is the General Manager of North Hills Shopping Center. He is also serving the community as a Raleigh City Council member. With two degrees from UNC, Bonner is tapped into the local education scene.
Dwight Bassett is the Economic Development Manager for the City of Raleigh. He is another person on the list of individuals who are making a huge impact in the Triangle. Innovation and entrepreneurship are a main focus for Dwight, which has led to some very cool initiatives.
Not very many people can say they have a Harley Davidson motorcycle and hold a “bureaucratic’ position. Dwight happens to be one of those people but he tends to leave the bureaucratic aspects of his job for other people. Next on the plate is telling the story of the City of Raleigh. We are excited to see what that entails!
Dan Wilson is the man. He grew up watching his father play the entrepreneur game. Saw the ups and downs of progress. One day, as an adult, he was forced to teach himself how to program. “Get It Done” took on a whole new meaning!
From guest services to programming to consulting to insurance to starting NC Dev Con, this guy has done it all. Whenever people come in and tell us stories about how they had a crazy idea that came to fruition, we get really excited. Hold on to your pants and check out NC DevCon!
Follow @DanWilson or @NCDevCon. Let us know what excites you about NC DevCon by tweeting us @TripreneurTV. We will be there, will you? If not, you should go play in traffic!