September 11th, 2019 | Season 1 | 27 mins 2 secs
business, business podcast, entrepreneur, epilepsy, innovation, innovation podcast, of note, parkinson's, parkinson's disease, research, scribble
Sherine Chan and her business partner are developing compounds that could potentially treat severe neurological diseases, such as epilepsy and Parkinson's. As a lifelong scientist, she's now entered the unfamiliar world of business pitches, grant writing, and fundraising. Playing two roles — researcher and entrepreneur — is no easy task. See how she aims to bring her innovative ideas to the big stage and what you can learn from her journey. This is Of Note.
August 28th, 2019 | Season 1 | 26 mins 37 secs
automotive industry, business, business podcast, cars, clemson, clemson composites center, clemson sc, clemson south carolina, clemson university, cu-icar, cuicar, dr. pilla, futuristic cars, innovation, innovation podcast, of note, scribble, srikanth, srikanth pilla
Electric vehicles, connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles — we're all familiar with the innovations currently happening in the automotive space. However, in the future world that Dr. Srikanth Pilla dreams of, cars will be fully recyclable with all of their parts being totally reusable. Through his background in biocomposites, or new materials created from both natural and synthetic sources, Srikanth aims to bring the circular economy concept to the automotive industry.
August 14th, 2019 | Season 1 | 33 mins 33 secs
business, clemson, clemson computer science, clemson sc, clemson university, entrepreneurship, finance, innovation, jack peck, marketing, of note, scribble, south carolina, start up
How do you translate a lifetime in academia to the world of entrepreneurship? Jack Peck, CEO of FastFetch Corporation, has spent nearly five decades in the world of computer science—even starting the department for it at Clemson University. And now, he's leveraging his background to solve some of the biggest problems in the evolving world of order fulfillment.
July 24th, 2019 | Season 1 | 32 mins 6 secs
business, clemson, clemson bioengineering, clemson sc, entrepreneurship, finance, innovation, john desjardins, marketing, of note, scribble, south carolina, start up
There are plenty of things you might think are unteachable. Like empathy, or the act of invention and innovation. But John DesJardins would disagree. We talk to John about how he teaches his students at Clemson University the secret skills that are invaluable to entrepreneurs. This is Of Note.
July 10th, 2019 | Season 1 | 30 mins 47 secs
business, chartspan, entrepreneurship, finance, greenville, greenville sc, innovation, jon michial carter, marketing, of note, scribble, south carolina, start up
Here's the truth, that company culture you're trying to build? It can't be architected. But it can be supported. Jon-Michial Carter and his brother built their company, Chartspan, on the back of one key thing—failure. They learn from it, embrace it, and even celebrate it. And it's lead to big things. Like Chartspan being named one of the most innovative companies in America. This is Of Note.
June 12th, 2019 | Season 1 | 32 mins 16 secs
business, entrepreneurship, finance, innovation, leadership, marketing, of note
What do you do when you unwittingly start a successful business? Run with it. That's what accidental entrepreneur Philippe Herndon of Caroline Guitar Company did, and musicians like Nels Cline and Jason Isbell are probably pretty happy he did. Phillipe discusses the importance of the "process of editing" and the value of constantly creating. This is Of Note.
April 18th, 2019 | Season 1 | 35 mins 18 secs
charleston, dynepic, dynepic sports, inventor, of note, playportal, products, scribble, south carolina
Rocket scientist turned serial entrepreneur and inventor Krissa Watry proves that you don't need giant labs and millions of dollars to be innovative and try to change the world. You just need some know-how and the space to be creative. This is Of Note.