This is GrowthCurve, a podcast for entrepreneurs where we talk to founders
of emerging Philadelphia startups about their passions and uphill climb to success.
GrowthCurve is produced by Brolik.
An interview with Yasmine Mustafa, founder of ROAR for Good, a safety as a service company that features the Athena smart safety wearable and a platform for promoting empathy, connecting communities and providing security and safety for its customers.
An interview with Brian Powell, co-founder of Junto Bikes, a Philadelphia based startup that is looking to change the way we commute, swapping our cars for their durable city-tested electric bikes that can get you from A to B with no sweat.
An interview with Evan Brandoff and Zubin Teherani founders of LeagueSide, a Philadelphia based startup that is changing the fragmented youth sports sponsorship space, making it easier for regional and national brands to reach young families on the neighborhood level.
An interview with Tyler Wiest, founder of Ontray, a technology company that allows restaurant clients to spin up their own website and online ordering capabilities so that they can own and manage their customers’ experience.
An interview with Joe Scola, founder of Wise Ape Tea, a premium tea company based in New Jersey that is leading with function, promoting wellness by using adaptogenic herbs to help their customers live better, healthier lives.
An interview with Ann King Lagos, founder of Realm, a jewelry brand out of Philadelphia that provides majestic, fashioned-focused jewelry designs, with a mission to empower the women they serve.
An interview with Jared Smith and Ryan Engroff, co-founders of Victus Sports, a Philadelphia based company that swiftly won over Major League Baseball with their innovative approach to making wood baseball bats.
An interview with Jared Cannon, founder and CEO of Simply Good Jars, a Philadelphia based company that is building a food technology and distribution business on the back of healthy food in a jar.
An Interview with Technically Media, a Philadelphia based company that is riding their tech community niche and taking their offering National.
An Interview with Lobo Mau, a Philadelphia based clothing design startup that is attempting to change the way we shop and purchase clothing for ourselves with their “slow fashion” approach.
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