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Making It Happen - THE TECH GARDEN
The Tech Garden
Hear the stories behind building a tech startup outside Silicon Valley. See how we’re making it happen at Central New York’s premier tech incubator.
Nov 5, 2020
The Alvina Group: Boomeranging Back to CNY
In this episode we speak with Kristin Mannion, CEO and founder of The Alvina Group, a business operations and technology consulting company that helps businesses tackle and streamline internal challenges, all about what defines an entrepreneur, her experiences as a woman in tech, and boomeranging back to her roots in CNY.
Oct 14, 2020
Tonquin: On Demand Auto Parts Delivery
In this episode we discuss with Jeffrey Lyman, a 25-year-old entrepreneur from CNY, his journey of working in his family’s auto shop to becoming CEO of a growing startup that is innovating auto parts delivery.
Oct 4, 2020
WexEnergy: Efficient, Affordable Window Retrofits
In this episode, we talk all about building a clean-energy business in Central New York including the manufacturing process, business incubators, accelerators, competitions and more with Rachel Rosen and Ron Wexler, founders of WexEnergy, and members of The Tech Garden’s NYSERDA-funded Clean Tech Center program.
Aug 27, 2020
Fotokite: Drone Kites for Public Safety
In this episode, we talk about the public safety application of drones with Craig Marcinkowski, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at Fotokite, the 2018 GENIUS NY business accelerator grand prize winner.
Jul 6, 2020
TruWeather: High Tech Weather for Drones and More
In this episode we talk about leadership, the future of weather technology, and what exactly micro-weather is with Don Berchoff, CEO of TruWeather Solutions, a weather risk management and analytics company.
Jun 23, 2020
BotsAndUs: Customer Service Robots, From the UK to NY
In this episode, we talk all about the future of robots in customer service and what it’s like to bring an international startup to the American market through GENIUS NY with Ayllin Yassin, business development manager at the London-based startup BotsAndUs.
Jun 2, 2020
Eco-Baggeez: The Sandwich Bag of the Future
In this episode we talk all about entrepreneurship, environmental sustainability, and more with mother-daughter duo Beth and Keeley Race of Eco-Baggeez, a CNY family business that makes sustainable sandwich bags that are both sourced and manufactured in the US. Eco-Baggeez is a participant in The Tech Garden’s Innovation Hot Spot program, a five-year tax incentive program through NYS.
May 16, 2020
ResilienX: The Future of Drone Tech and Safety
We sit down with Ryan Pleskach and Andrew Carter, co-founders of ResilienX, to talk all things drones. When will we get package delivery via drone and when will we see flying cars?! ResilienX helps make all these things possible by automating the safety in the skies. Their software monitors the health and integrity of automated systems to mitigate any faults, failures, or adverse conditions that may occur. ResilienX is a GENIUS NY finalist and was awarded $500,000 in 2019. ResilienX is currently partnering with NASA, the FAA, and others on larger UTM projects.
May 12, 2020
Iterate Labs: Wearable Tech for Workers Safety
We talk with Jason Guss of Iterate Labs, a company founded by two graduate students out of Cornell University that produces a smart wearable device that attaches to manual worker’s gloves to provide insights on both repetitive motion injuries and worker motions and location for productivity and training.
Apr 22, 2020
Imajion, Geopipe: What’s New in Virtual and Augmented Reality
We come together through the powers of the internet and talk all about virtual and augmented reality and artificial intelligence (VR/ AR/ AI) with Adrian Hatch, CEO and co-founder of Imajion and Christopher Mitchell, CEO and co-founder of Geopipe. Imajion and Geopipe are two standout Tech Garden companies. Imajion is a telepresence conferencing platform that utilizes headset augmented reality software to improve efficiency and communication for construction purposes. And Geopipe is a 2020 GENIUS NY finalist, GENIUS NY is the world’s largest unmanned systems, IoT, and big data accelerator in the world, housed right here at The Tech Garden. Geopipe creates immersive digital twins and rich 3D data about real cities, instantly accessible for gaming, training simulations, architecture and more.
Mar 13, 2020
Density’s Charissa Lawrence: An Unexpected Path to Software
We sit down with Charissa Lawrence, Customer Implementation Engineer at Density, one of our fastest-growing startups, to hear what it is like to be a woman in tech, her unexpected path to software engineering, and scaling a business in Central New York. Density sells a live data platform that allows businesses to measure how people use spaces with the goal of improving building efficiency. They have customers from all over the world and continue to grow here in Syracuse, NY.
Feb 5, 2020
Dropcopter: Leaving the Silicon Valley to Build a Tech Business
We talk with co-founder Adam Fine about his journey from San Francisco to The Tech Garden and Dropcopter; a drone company that is revolutionizing the way crops are pollinated. Dropcopter is the leader in automated pollination of orchard crops via unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). They help growers improve farming efficiency and drive healthy crop yield growth. * Increase fruit & nut sets by 25% - 60% * Maximize critical bloom time, 40 acres/hour * Replenish pollen supplies after heavy rains * Pollinate during cold weather, at night and low bee activity Learn more about Adam Fine.
Jan 6, 2020
Spincar: Raising $22M in Small Town Syracuse
The founders of Spincar talk about their journey from startup to a thriving company; and how The Tech Garden played an important role in that process.