A podcast from startup enthusiasts who are various shades of brown. Every episode, Atul Prashar, Anthony Gallegos, and Clyde Lee, a VC, Biz Dev guy, and marketer offer a witty, smart and insightful perspective on the most relevant stories in Venture, Tech, and Culture. They explore hot topics, break down business models and examine those trends around big ideas, and the people behind them, over whiskey – without the b******t!
Clyde’s the Black guy, Atul’s the Brown guy and Anthony’s in-between we call him black-ish.
Episode 49: Featured Guest Boris Moyston | 🥃 Copper Dog Scotch Whisky
This episode is one for the books. Boris Moyston, Co-founder of Black Men Talk Tech an entrepreneurship collective that promotes collaboration between Black men and other members of the tech ecosystem, and Co-Founder of Fundr.ai, focused on automating seed funding between startups and angel investors.
We dive into a variety of topics covering everything from the benefits and importance of Softbank to the ecosystem, to the impact of black men joining and promoting tech. This is a great conversation packed full of gems from the former Goldman Sachs alum. We sip, some more than others, on Copper Dog Scotch Whisky. This was a fun one, enjoy!
Episode 48: The Publishers Delimma | 🥃 Five Whiskey Brands Honoring BHM
The idea of aggregating content isn't new but the concept of being paid for it is shaking up the publishing world. The Whiskey Hue team takes on an age-old question centered on the value of content. Join the team as they explore old-school media models and new opportunities for creators to expand their audience and get the $$$ they deserve. We take a different approach and celebrate Black History Month (Every day) by sipping on Five black-owned Whiskey brands, Uncle Nearest 1884 Small Batch Whiskey, Majesty Bourbon, River Basin Rye, Saint Liberty Mary's Four Grain and Brough Brothers.
Episode 47: GameStonk an Instant Lottery Ticket | 🥃 King Car Conductor Whisky
GameStonk aka GameStop, whatever you call it, many cashed in, and some are left holding the bag. The Whiskey Hue team dives deep into the good, bad, and ugly of a wild week on Wallstreet powered by retail investors. We're sipping on King Car Conductor Single Malt Whisky.
Episode 46: Special Guest Greg Brown, A Next Level Crypto Conversation | 🥃Willett Pot Still Reserve Bourbon
As Crypto and Blockchain markets continue to change the landscape of finance and currency, we've brought in expert Greg Brown. With a track record unmatch we get the 411 and dive deep into Greg's global research and predictions that are life-changing. You're in for another treat plus we're sipping Willett Pot Still Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
Episode 45: Special Guest Julia Pimsleur from Million Dollar Women | 🥃 Hendrick's Gin
Author of Million Dollar Women: The Essential Guide for Female Entrepreneurs Who Want to Go Big, and serial entrepreneur, Julia Pimsleur spends time with the Whiskey Hue team during a fun and informative conversation on business, tech, and culture. Get ready to laugh, learn, and be inspired by Julia who is focused on helping women entrepreneurs reach one million in revenue.
We take a departure from our normal whiskey and enjoy Julia's favorite, Hendrick's Gin as our drink of choice. We're all about diversity.
Episode 44: 2021 Predictions - Market, Tech and Culture | 🥃New Riff Whiskey
We're back for 2021 with Whiskey Hue predictions centered around the market, companies on the move, and topics that will influence the bottom line all year long. Listen as Atul, Anthony, and Clyde dive in and share their perspective. During the episode the sip of New Riff Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
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Whiskey Hue is now my new favorite podcast. Insightful and entertaining content with great perspective. They are giving the people what they want!
Thoughtful & Inviting Dialogue
Measured, informative, and inviting conversations. Definitely recommend adding this into your rotation if you enjoy the interplay between business technology and culture. Looking forward to more episodes.
Really appreciate the straight talk: sorely needed in today’s world. Thanks for discussing the key insights which took down the “rocketship companies.”