Upcoming Live Streams

Interact with some of the industry’s top experts and influencers.
Streamed live on LinkedIn, YouTube, X, and Facebook.

Scheduled Interviews:

Tony Lewis

ClearlyIP founders exited Sangoma and started the ClearlyIP Group of Companies, focused on innovation and building the next generation of telephony. ClearlyIP is privately held and headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, and utilizes a “Build and Buy” strategy for company growth, building products that help us grow organically, and via strategic acquisitions.

360 Networks LLC Merges Into ClearlyIP
360 Networks, LLC was established in 2014 in Dane, WI. 360 Networks created ComXchange for the Hospitality Industry, offering both cloud-based and on-premise options and providing service for over 100,000 guest rooms. On April 1, 2023, 360 Networks merged into ClearlyIP.

Chris Badgett

Chris Badgett is the co-founder and CEO of LifterLMS, a learning management system for WordPress. He helps education entrepreneurs create, launch, and scale high-value online training platforms. He believes in democratizing education in the digital classroom and contributing as much as possible to the WordPress community.

Greg Danzig

Greg Danzig founded Charge.com in 1995, soon after graduating from the University of Michigan.  Under his leadership, Charge.com has grown significantly since the early days of the internet, becoming one of the most trusted credit card processors globally. The company offers a range of merchant account solutions for various business types, including internet, phone order, mail order, retail, and mobile merchants. Charge.com is known for its low processing rates and a wide array of processing solutions, such as payment gateways, virtual terminals, credit card machines, smartphone-based mobile card readers, and wireless credit card terminals. Notably, the company does not charge setup or application fees and is known for approving businesses that other processors have turned down.

Peter Schmidt

Entrepreneur and startup airline executive
President & COO of Linear Air, Eclipse 500 operator and Part 135 online charter marketplace
COO of Jet Advisors, a business aviation consultancy
SVP of National Aviation Academy
CTO North America for Ipanema Technologies
CEO of Echo Engineering, an embedded systems consulting engineering firm
Aerobatic pilot Computer Science SB and Management MSM, MIT

Reynaldo Santana

Reynaldo Santana stands at the forefront of 3D printing construction, bringing over a decade of experience in the PropTech industry. With a rich academic background that includes a BBA from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and a Master’s in Leadership from Northeastern University, Reynaldo’s educational journey is further distinguished by Commercial Real Estate Certificates from MIT and Harvard Business School. Currently, he is advancing his expertise by pursuing a Doctorate in Strategic Leadership,  focusing on the transformative potential of 3D Printing Construction in the real estate space. His commitment to social impact is evident as the Executive Director of ESG Housing Inc., a non-profit organization he founded with the mission to develop affordable, sustainable, and self-sufficient communities worldwide. These communities are designed to be resilient against future pandemics and are supported by a sustainable workforce of green builders. As a TEDx speaker, philanthropist, and author, he aspires to impact 1 billion lives by utilizing his extensive knowledge and experiences. Reynaldo’s journey is marked by a commitment to innovation in 3D printing construction, aiming to revolutionize affordable housing and leave a lasting impact on the global community.

Ken Krell

What would you do with $10,000 per month, forever?
You can use that money to advertise your seminars, books, training, events, etc.
Think about how that could help you grow your business, and overpower your competition.
An extra $120,000 annually in strategic ads designed to sell your educational programs…all in total compliance with Google’s guidelines! Consider this— what would that additional marketing power do for the value of your business when and if you decide to sell it?