24 episodes

Grey Matter is a podcast for people who love talking about creativity – exploring, simply, how the best ideas in the world get thought up.

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    • 5.0, 9 Ratings

Grey Matter is a podcast for people who love talking about creativity – exploring, simply, how the best ideas in the world get thought up.

    What motivated Greg Marsh to open KeyMe?

    What motivated Greg Marsh to open KeyMe?

    When Greg Marsh's wife was locked out of their apartment, the experience of calling a locksmith was so negative that it inspired Greg to innovate. In this episode, you'll hear the story that led him to KeyMe, a security technology company famous for its digital key printing kiosks in retail locations.

    Grey Interviewer: Dan Bennett

    • 27 min
    How did Dr. Shantanu Gaur blow up weight loss?

    How did Dr. Shantanu Gaur blow up weight loss?

    The challenge for Allurion Technologies co-founder, Dr Shantanu Gaur and his team was to invent a safe and inexpensive way for a gastric balloon to enter and exit the stomach. The solution was a true innovation in weight loss, the Elipse. You’ll hear how Dr. Gaur’s passion and perseverance led him to drop out of Harvard Medical School for a path of entrepreneurship.

    Grey Interviewer: Joey Scarillo

    • 31 min
    How does J. Ivy catch an idea?

    How does J. Ivy catch an idea?

    J. Ivy is a poet, rapper, and spoken word artist whose creative journey began when a teacher assigned him to speak in front of a crowd. His love of language has led him down many paths, including Kanye West’s 2004 hit album, The College Dropout. You’ll learn what inspires J, what famous singer got their name from J, and you’ll get to hear him recite his own poetry live in the studio.

    Grey Interviewer: John Patroulis

    • 55 min
    How did Wesley Kang and Tanya Zhang find the right fit with Nimble Made?

    How did Wesley Kang and Tanya Zhang find the right fit with Nimble Made?

    Tanya Zhang and Wesley Kang are the co-founders of the men's fashion brand Nimble Made. They created a clothing brand focused on size inclusion for men needing a truly slim shirt. Hear how they launched from their apartment and what they learned on their road to entrepreneurship.

    Grey Interviewer: Karol Chang

    • 28 min
    What drove Sean McKenzie to the idea for Steereo?

    What drove Sean McKenzie to the idea for Steereo?

    Steereo Co-Founder Sean McKenzie is driven by music. It’s a drive that’s led him to a one-of-a-kind business solution for ride-share app drivers. The Steereo app is a music discovery platform used by drivers and compensates them for streaming music to their passengers.

    Find out how Sean came up with ONE solution for problems spanning across multiple industries and how that dovetailed perfectly into a win/win for everyone.

    Grey Interviewer: Kenny Gold

    • 27 min
    Was Bracketology a layup for Joe Lunardi?

    Was Bracketology a layup for Joe Lunardi?

    Joe Lunardi has had a lifelong passion for basketball. A passion that has led him to his career in Bracketology at ESPN. Each year, he projects the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament field. His work is a culmination of sports, stats analysis, and a deep understanding of the game.

    In this episode, we’ll hear all about what inspired and led to Joe’s position within the world of college basketball, as a bracketologist.

    Grey Interviewer: Joey Scarillo

    • 39 min

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