Register for TC Sessions: Justice for a conversation on diversity, equity and inclusion in the startup world – TechCrunch

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Nigeria isn’t big on 3D printing. Teaching students how to use it could change this – The Conversation Africa

Nigeria isn’t big on 3D printing. Teaching students how to use it could change this  The Conversation Africa
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Join a conversation and AMA with Run The World on virtual events now and post COVID

Join TechCrunch for its first 2021 installment of the Ask Me Anything series, where TechCrunch interviews experts and answers your burning questions about virtual events.

Our first guest is Xiaoyin Qu, co-founder and CEO of Run The World

Friday, February 26, 1 p.m. PT

Register here

Run The World is a one-stop shop virtual events platform with a focus on community engagement. TechCrunch has written about Run The World in the past. It launched in 2019, with backers like Andreessen Horowitz and Founders Fund, and skyrocketed in popularity when COVID canceled in-person events and created an overwhelming desire for one-on-one connection. Run The World has since grown to 45 employees and has hosted more than 10,000 events, including for TechCrunch. 

At this AMA, Xiaoyin and TechCrunch will discuss: 

  • How COVID changed the virtual event roadmap
  • What virtual events look like when in-person events come back
  • Lessons learned from managing products at Facebook and Instagram
  • What’s next for Run The World
  • Audience Q&A 
  • 1:1 networking using Run The World

Who should attend? Event organizers, event marketers, event sponsors. 

It’s free. Register here and submit your questions for Xiaoyin. 

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‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 17: A Conversation with Burton Heiss

Welcome to an all-new episode of “Everything Borrowed,” a podcast hosted by Andrew Blake! On this episode, Andrew welcomes Burton Heiss, CEO of Buddy’s Pizza. Burton joined Buddy’s Pizza as CEO in July 2019, with over 20 years of experience in the restaurant industry.

During the show, Blake and Burton talk about how he is focused on taking the Detroit-based brand outside of Michigan during the pandemic, as well as how he balances his life and business!

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‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 16: A Conversation with Mark Hackel

On this episode of “Everything Borrowed,” Mark Hackel, County Executive for Macomb County, joins Andrew to talk about a few of the topics we are currently facing on the home front.

Mark explains his thoughts and feelings on his job as a politician, the current issues surrounding COVID-19 and his belief to focus on the “people and not the party.”

Mark is a great guy and guest, who has gathered support from both Democratic and Republican voters by just being honest, open and having some common sense.

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‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 15: A Conversation with Darren McCarty

Four-time Stanley Cup champion, former Red Wings enforcer, host of “Grind Time with Darren McCarty” podcast and a true Detroit gem, Darren McCarty joins Andrew for episode 15 of “Everything Borrowed.”

Darren is an advocate for the legalization of cannabis, which is on a list of things that helped his recovery from alcoholism, along with love, faith and family.

Andrew and Darren also discuss his passion to help connect Detroit through Woodward Sports Network, where he hosts “Grind Time with Darren McCarty.”

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‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 14: A Conversation with Jason Hundey

Friend, writer, teacher, podcaster and history buff are just a few words to describe today’s guest. On this episode of “Everything Borrowed,” Jason Hundey joins host Andrew Blake to discuss the evolution and history of rock and music as a whole.

Hundey has taught a university-designed Music History course for 10 years, been one of the hosts of Requiem Metal Podcast for 13 years and has researched and compiled a 4,500 plus song History of Heavy Metal Countdown that sequentially looks at the elements that grew into and advanced heavy metal from the 1930s to present.

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‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 13: A Conversation with Charles Coristine

Charles Coristine, president and CEO of LesserEvil Snacks, channels his passions for mindfulness and healthy living into creating snacks.

Today, “Everything Borrowed” host, Andrew Blake, chats with Coristine about his journey from a career on Wall Street to shaping LesserEvil’s core beliefs. The company prioritized not just ingredients, but spirit and desire to do better for the world. Coristine has been called a “Mindful Leader” by Forbes, and has been profiled by Better Nutrition, Connecticut Mag, Whalebone and Nosh.

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‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 12: A Conversation with Lou Cysewski

Today, Andrew Blake sits down with the CEO and founder of Coolperx, Lou Cysewski. The two talk about sustainable business and how Cysewski helps companies combat climate change.

Coolperx is the world’s first and only social purpose marketing, merchandise and events agency. They offer unique and impactful corporate marketing, branded merchandising, consulting, and events that are socially and environmentally responsible. 

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