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Watch Now: Join StartupNation Radio at Detroit Startup Week (Day 2)

Following our coverage on Monday, StartupNation Radio spent a second day at Detroit Startup Week on Wednesday, June 19!

Joining your host, Jeff Sloan, in the co-host seat is DBusiness Magazine editor, R.J. King. Together, the two hosted an additional day-long show packed with content from renowned entrepreneurs, passionate thought leaders and innovators, all of whom have a keen entrepreneurial grit and a passion for the city of Detroit.

During Wednesday’s session, the two interviewed:

  • Ted Serbinski, Managing Director Detroit Mobility of Techstars Detroit
  • Monica Wheat, Managing Director of Venture Catalysts and Backstage Detroit
  • Lauren Bigelow, Executive Advisor for Entrepreneurship of Rock Ventures
  • Raj Vattikuti, CEO of Altimetrix
  • David Tyreman, Brand Speaker, Consultant and Strategist of World Famous Company
  • Jon Oberheide, CTO of Duo

You can view the interviews on StartupNation TV’s YouTube channel below:

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