Jeff Maling of Isobar

Isobar is 5,500 people in over 85 locations across more than 45 markets globally, united by belief in the power of “Ideas Without Limits.” As digital technology continues to transform businesses and brands, what we can do has no boundaries. 
We take up new challenges with an open mind about the structure, team, technology and creative solution necessary to deliver the best possible outcome for clients.

Janne Pylvas CEO of Myontec

Myontec produces wearable shorts called Mbody which are the world’s first EMG-based muscle sensing smart shorts, providing in depth analysis on how muscles react when subject to physical activity. This technology is currently used by some of the best known names in sports including, FC Barcelona, Red Bull, FIFA , British Cycling alongside grass roots level organizations, such as the Complex Esportiu Futbol Salou in Spain.

Screen Time

Nick Merry of Screen Time

Rick is joined by Nick Merry, CEO of Screen Time as Spring Break is upon us. This is the perfect time for kids to actually have a real spring break and maybe a bit of a break from their devices.

With Screen Time, one can control when, how long a device or tablet is used, and what apps are allowed and not allowed. Parents can create tasks that give kids more time. The app helps limit his screen time!

Alex Huggan

ACEing Autism and Tennis With the Stars with Alex Huggan

ACEing Autism was founded in the summer of 2008 by Richard Spurling & Dr. Shafali Jeste in Boston, MA. as a family run organization with the invaluable efforts of its volunteers & supporters. We launched our first program at The Longfellow Club, Wayland (MA) with 15 children. In the spring of 2009 we added a second location, The Weymouth Club in Weymouth (MA). Richard quickly realized that he could greatly enhance the lives of children and families with autism through tennis, and he made a commitment to dedicate his career to the development and expansion of ACEing Autism.

Jennifer Pinches Gymnastics

Olympic Gymnast and Tech Enthusiast, Jennifer Pinches

Jennifer Pinches was an elite British gymnast and now has transitioned into the world of tech and marketing. She was a member of the British national squad throughout her career, competing in two World Championships as well as by competing at the London 2012 Olympic Games. She was awarded ‘Master Gymnast’ status in 2012 for services to her country attended and graduated from UCLA while a member of the UCLA women’s gymnastics team.

Lou Holtz

Lou Holtz Tells Men To Get PSA Screenings

Lou Holtz and World-Renowned Robotic Surgeon Break Down Common Questions and Concerns about a Disease that Impacts 1 in 7 Men. Prostate cancer is the second leading cancer death in American men, behind lung cancer. The American Cancer Society reports about 1 in every 39 prostate cancer patients will die. But, it doesn’t have to be a death sentence. In fact, survival rates are extremely high when detected early. Early screening is key! So, why are so many men still not seeing their doctors?