The May Report: 7/25/2012: Whatever happened to the Briefly noted section? I guess it moved to the headline which once again is too da** long, so just open the report… That MoMo meeting Monday night was hard to find and my cabbie kept thinking it was on Randolph, but it was actually 1143 West Rundell Place, a tiny little street near Racine and Madison; the loft is nice, but too much space for just nine people at GeneXus USA (www.genexususa.com) and the presenting company, www.superconnect.com, a subsidiary of Slalom Consulting, www.slalom.com, has a mobile enterprise HR application, so when you think about it, that’s a lot of info. to put on a mobile application (they are iOS now), but Adan Altamira, a front-end developer at Acquity Group (whose stock is now above water at $9 btw — they went public at $6 but it started to take off when Q2 earnings came out, and they have 550 people now) told me that he would use SuperConnect, and he feels that the developers, including the presenter Chris Balcer, are performance savvy, but the person who takes responsibility for the odd location is Todor Krecu (he wheeled me to Madison for a cab) who appears to be running this group now — whatever happened to Vivid?; 3 developers (I don’t even know their names), one from Orbitz, told me they’re working on a brand new mobile app game that helps you find people w/ similar interests — they expect to launch in 8 weeks, and it’s really more of an aptitude test disguised as a game; at the opposite end of the spectrum of a room full of developers is the PR/marketing heavy SMCC — there were only 3 women at MoMo out of 35 — two of them were recruiters, one was an office manager — but the split at SMCC was about 65/35 with women in the majority; by the time I got to SMCC at 455 W. North Ave., Willinger and Rozgonyi slinked out after lame showing at their own party — hey, aren’t the organizers supposed to stay until the end?, but Carolyn Martin from the board was there; One guy was just back from Israel and one guy from Motorola involved in social media (email@example.com) says he can’t say anything about the Motorola Mobility move to the Mart; Brendan Tripp snapped this pic and most people I talked to estimate attendance at about 100: http://tinyurl.com/c2fxtcr ; www.theTABAPP.com just yesterday signed a one year contract with a customer (they’re also at the App Store); they have 7 employees, have raised $50K F&F money with a serious angel round between $400K and $700K on the way, so says co-founder Justin Cerone http://www.linkedin.com/in/justincerone who (full disclosure here) bought me a Monte Cristo — we can’t be bought at TMR, but I think he was celebrating his new 4 hour old contact; in some actual news, word is that Jon Pasky is back to working with Geoff Domaracki out in San Francisco on their September Data 2.0 summit; word is that April Lane will bolt DePaul’s Coleman Center for a job at Catapult; meanwhile, her former boss Raman Chadha is trying to raise a venture fund, start an incubator and establish a leadership institute in the west loop — thank goodness this is not being done Len Bland / Ray Markman style (replete with chest pounding and all), but Ray did approach Tabapp; Nick Stojka, a founder of Commerx.com (brother Tim Stojka was CEO) of the divine era, is now with www.sertifi.com; I didn’t know that http://tap.me/ which got more than $3MM in funding had 9 founders with just 2 of the founders left, according to Jared Steffes who left Tap.me after 3 years to start http://signup.matadorapp.com/; this makes me feel old: Dan Zurawski is the son of John, and both work at http://www.authentify.com/; file this under “it’s a small world”: Bill Anthony was on a Southwest flight to NY; he met Jacqueline Von Edelberg and w/in five minutes, she was telling him about her horrible divorce — coincidentally, the very same thing happened to me at Funding Feeding Frenzy where Jacqueline’s firm, www.youtopia.com, was presenting; Howard Kurtz did a segment on http://www.reddit.com/ which he says played a big role in reporting on the Aurora, CO movie massacre; Desiree, he also had an interesting discussion about women in high positions in Silicon Valley which included Marissa Mayer, newly minted CEO at Yahoo!, http://tinyurl.com/cdmq3un, Sheryl Sandberg at Facebook, http://tinyurl.com/2bc8kxz, and Meg Whitman http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meg_Whitman about how sexist the media coverage is when the main topic of discussion about Marissa is her hair and her pregnancy and now there is pressure for her to take a maternity leave, so Desiree, sadly, Chicago isn’t the only place that hasn’t entered the 21st century; Matt Owens, who has made his living as an artist who paints portraits of people’s pets decided that pet painting was a luxury biz and 5 years ago got a job at the Brookfield Zoo painting murals and making toys for the animals (his wife Carla, formerly of Nuveen, is the zoo librarian), but the interesting thing is that he works for the teamsters union which says it represents anyone who has or uses wheels — the teamsters have a major presence at zoos in the U. S.; finally, thanks to Joseph Morris, a junior at Lincoln Park High School who plays point guard who rolled me 3 to 4 blocks last night while educating me on basketball — he’s looking to get a college scholarship
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The Scoop section:
— Brendan Tripp: His estimate of the SMCC attendance
— Matthew Deutsch: Questions Bob Sieger on the bidding system at www.vidabest.com
— Surprise! Is Billy Pacholski who was the first producer for the 2012 Techweek marketing himself as a psychic?
— Mark Williams: Glad to see Ron is covering Higgs boson
— Phil Tadros: Hiring iOS as well as
— Tadros again: Job: iOS Developer – Doejo
— Phil Tadros: asks Ron an odd question
— There is nothing “innovative” here, and KW, it was just a matter of time before you allowed 1871 to “p**p” professional services — thank goodness this blog has only 81 views
— Hey, is this company in Chicago?: edo Hires Seasoned Mobile Commerce Executive to Lead SMB Market Expansion
— Red Meat Market Milwaukee launch party – SOLD OUT!
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The Scoop section:
Brendan Tripp: His estimate of the SMCC attendance
Subject: Re: BT, how many were at the SMCC last night? When I got there, 35..
Date: 7/25/2012 2:15:56 P.M. Central Daylight Time
It was pretty much packed most of the event … see the pic I snapped for my 4Square check-in:
I’m guessing there were at least 100, possibly up to 150 (not being familiar with the venue, it’s sort of hard to estimate) … I did notice on the way out that there were a whole bunch of name tags that had not been picked up, and that was just about the “official” end time at 7:30pm.
On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 12:57 PM, <RONALDMAY@aol.com> wrote:
Matthew Deutsch: Questions Bob Sieger on the bidding system at www.vidabest.com
Matthew Deutsch email@example.com
7:49 am (2 days ago)
to rsieger, me
I am a little confused. In your email to Ron you said the highest unique bidder wins. In the below, it says the first highest bidder wins. Not sure which is write but this is a little confusing. Please clarify.
How to Bid Smart!
1. Click on an auction item.
2. Click on the Bid button and place a bid. If you have purchased a Bid Credits Pak the appropriate Bid Credit will automatically be deducted; if you need to purchase a Bid Credit, you will be redirected to the payment page.
3. After you make an offer, you can check if you are the HIGHEST bid. The auction page for the item will list the name of the HIGHEST bidders. The bid amounts will not be shown.
4. The first HIGHEST bid wins. If a bid amount is bid twice or more, the VidaBest.com system will automatically determine the User who placed the first HIGHEST bid by timestamp.
5. The idea is to make the FIRST highest bid amount while still being well below the MSRP. The auction page shows the current savings off of MSRP based on the current HIGHEST bid. This will give you a general idea where you stand, and you may keep bidding (with entry fees) to try and become the first HIGHEST bidder. Bids are acceptable until the auction has reached the appropriate bid levels.
6. You will always be notified by email and the system if you are the HIGHEST bidder additionally you will be notified if your bid was too low. REMEMBER: you can gauge your bid based on the savings meter! Use that to your advantage! If you are the winning bidder you will be notified shortly after auction closes by email.
7. As always the winning bid can be financed FREE
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This written advice is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used by any taxpayer, for the purpose of avoiding penalties that may be imposed under the Internal Revenue Code
Robert Sieger firstname.lastname@example.org
11:00 am (2 days ago)
to Matthew, me
We are in the process of changing the model. The new model is in the document I forwarded to Ron in my email. It is as follows:
1). All auctions max out at 50% off of retail
2). All auctions have a limited, known number of bids required to close the auction
3). All auctions are won by the Highest Unique Bid at the close of the auction
4). All winning bids are financed, free of charge, free of interest with no credit check required
We should have the new site and running in the next day or two.
Sent from my iPad
Surprise! Is Billy Pacholski who was the first producer for the 2012 Techweek marketing himself as a psychic?
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Mark Williams: Glad to see Ron is covering Higgs boson
RE: The May Report: 7/23/2012: If you’re new to the TMR list, and I’ve added many stacks with about 10 to go, don’t read much into today’s report. It’s too darn hot and I want to get down to MoMo, so this is a short report with little of the signature …
I was happy to see your paragraph on the Higgs Boson. Your interest in such a thing is very Ron-May-like, and I’m glad to see you still retain your interest in all things.
Phil Tadros: Hiring iOS as well as
Hiring iOS as well as
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Jul 23 (2 days ago)
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UX Architect & Design Strategist
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Are you passionate about innovation, design, user-centered research and accelerating business success? Doejo is looking for a UX Architect & Design Strategist with experience across multiple design methodologies, products and channels; someone who has a self-motivated pragmatic approach to problem solving.
Doejo is a full service digital agency and startup accelerator headquartered in Chicago. We provide branding, art direction, web design & development, startup incubation, creative marketing, social media strategy, commercial video production, and commercial storefront development services to a wide array of clients, from bootstrapped startups to Fortune 500 companies.
If you desire to work in an informal, collaborative environment then this job is for you. You will be given the opportunity to provide guidance and participate in all aspects of user experience design in an environment that encourages you work hard, adapt, innovate and deliver.
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Experience analyzing data via Google Analytics.
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Salary to be negotiated commensurate with experience
Tadros again: Job: iOS Developer – Doejo
Job: iOS Developer – Doejo
Re: The May Report: 7/23/2012: If you’re new to the TMR list, and I’ve added many stacks with about 10 to go, don’t read much into today’s report. It’s too darn hot and I want to get down to MoMo, so this is a short report with little of the signatur
Philip Tadros firstname.lastname@example.org
Jul 23 (2 days ago)
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On 23/07/2012, at 5:39 PM, The May Report <firstname.lastname@example.org/tmr> wrote:
There is nothing “innovative” here, and KW, it was just a matter of time before you allowed 1871 to “p**p” professional services — thank goodness this blog has only 81 views
Innovative Program Matches Young Attorneys With Young Businesses
posted by Kory Buzin
on 07/23/2012 05:07 pm
Innovation In the Legal Job Market help young attorneys, entrepreneurs
It’s no secret; the job market for young lawyers is in urgent need of revitalization. The notion that three demanding years of law school entitles grads to an oak desk, pressed suit and the keys to a lucrative legal career is now a tale believed solely by severely misguided undergraduates. The reality is that more than 40,000 students enter the law-job market annually, many of whom dragging along over $150,000 in debt. According to a recent Wall Street Journal study, nationwide, only 55% of those graduates are procuring full-time, long-term employment that requires a law degree. The system isn’t broken, it’s shattered.
How We Got Here
The erosion of the legal job market is due to a variety of factors, the most obvious of which being the recession. Compounding the issue, the legal industry is rigid and does not seem to be adapting. Big firms continue to overcompensate young associates, creating fewer jobs for the rest of the pool. Small firms are flooded with applications from young lawyers seeking positions in areas of law in which they lack interest or expertise. Other firms are taking advantage of the surplus in resources and hiring associates on a part-time or contractual basis to do their legal grunt work for minimum compensation.
Fueling the fire, law schools are not producing practice-ready attorneys. The focus of a traditional law school curriculum is to teach students how to “think like a lawyer.” However, a rough understanding of the methods of legal analysis does not necessarily equip budding lawyers with all the skills required for success in practice. The current model effectively turns students into commentators capable of critiquing the reasoning of others but doesn’t give them the experience needed to make the difficult decisions routinely encountered by lawyers. In short, law school doesn’t prepare students properly for the actual practice of law.
Where We Are Going
Within the current regime, employers and employees alike lose. It’s time to rethink how lawyers are trained. At least one Chicago law firm has accepted the challenge.
In early August, Chicago-based law firm Saper Law Office will be introducing a new program* that seeks to provide an alternative to young attorneys within the fractured legal market with its latest innovation, the Saper Law Immersion Program. The Immersion Program offers young attorneys real world experience counseling clients. Over the course of one intensive week, and under the guidance of Saper Law attorneys, new lawyers will engage directly with start-ups to provide legal services in the areas of intellectual property, business, and social media. For example, participating attorneys will create new businesses entities, file trademark and copyright registrations, draft licensing agreements, and create non-compete, confidentiality, and work for hire contracts. A heavy emphasis will also be placed on new media and social media issues and participants will conduct client meetings at 1871, Chicago’s beautiful new co-working space for Chicago digital startup companies. Finally, guest lecturers and trips to the State and Federal Courthouses will expose students to litigation practice.
In turn, businesses are invited to participate and receive discounted legal services from Immersion Program participants under the guidance of skilled practitioners and a world-renowned law firm. While most new businesses will be sourced from 1871 or Code Academy, businesses do not need to be affiliated with either entity in order to apply for legal counseling.
The Saper Law Immersion Program is an innovative response to the bleak state of affairs for young attorneys. Students of the program will have the opportunity to experience how law is really practiced in cutting-edge areas of the law. As it so often does, economic struggle has spurred innovation with Saper’s Program. Expect similar innovations within the legal field to follow as the industry continues to adapt and evolve.
*CLE Credit Pending.
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Hey, is this company in Chicago?: edo Hires Seasoned Mobile Commerce Executive to Lead SMB Market Expansion
edo Hires Seasoned Mobile Commerce Executive to Lead SMB Market Expansion
Elissa Davis EDavis@bateman-group.com
Jul 24 (1 day ago)
Just a quick note to let you know that edo announced the appointed of Keith B. Smith to executive vice president and general manager of partner content. With over 20 years of experience in the payments and financial technology space, Smith will drive the company’s growth strategy across the SMB market. He joins the company from SK C&C USA, the mobile commerce technology and services subsidiary of SK C&C, a $100 billion conglomerate headquartered in Soul Korea.
With its card-linked offer platform, edo brings unique insight and clarity into consumer spending behavior to help marketers and merchants increase loyalty and target new customers with instantly redeemable discounts and deals tailored to their customers’ shopping habits. Keith will focus on expanding edo partnerships with major merchant acquirers, mobile payment providers, major media publishers, and scaling the reach of the edo offer and content network to maximize business value for merchants.
A copy of the news announcement is included below. If you are interested in speaking with Keith and learning more about edo products and market strategy, please let me know and I’ll gladly coordinate a briefing at your earliest convenience.
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edo Hires Seasoned Mobile Commerce Executive to Lead SMB Market Expansion
Former SK C&C President and Chief Operating Officer Keith B. Smith Joins edo as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Partner Content
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 24, 2012) ¾ edoSM, the leader in personalized card-linked offers, announced the appointment of Keith B. Smith to executive vice president and general manager of partner content. In this role, Smith will drive the company’s growth strategy across the small and medium-sized business (SMB) market. He will focus on expanding edo partnerships with major merchant acquirers, mobile payment providers, major media publishers, and scaling the reach of the edo offer and content network to maximize business value for merchants.
Through its 140 bank partners, the edo card-linked offers platform currently helps more than 200 local and national merchants connect advertising with in-store results by delivering highly-targeted, instantly redeemable deals that are automatically available through consumers’ credit cards, debit cards and mobile devices. The company offers a unique value proposition to SMBs, driving profitable new customer acquisition via a pay-for-performance model that allows for highly measurable, hyperlocal marketing campaigns that drive both in-store purchases and customer loyalty.
“Hyperlocal advertising is on the tip of every marketer’s tongue, but most solutions fail to deliver the return on investment or customer loyalty needed for smaller businesses to justify the spend,” said Ed Braswell, CEO, edo. “Through his previous partnerships with Google on their Google Wallet platform, along with managing early-stage sales, Keith brings to edo an unparalleled understanding of how marketing technologies can help retailers meet their business needs. He will be instrumental in scaling our content and merchant network with the SMB market.”
With over 20 years of experience in the payments and financial technology space, Smith brings a deep understanding of merchant partnership development, mobile technology and mobile banking, most recently running the world headquarters for SK C&C USA, the mobile commerce technology and services subsidiary of SK C&C, a $100 billion conglomerate headquartered in Soul Korea. Previously, Smith was the senior vice president of sales at the industry leading mobile banking company Firethorn, managing early-stage sales and marketing strategies, and assisting with product road mapping. Smith has also held senior management positions at Pre Holdings, Concord EFS, Vital Merchant Services, and Vital Processing.
“edo has quickly disrupted the mobile advertising space and driven measurable business value for some of the biggest names in retail and dining. Now, the company is developing the infrastructure to extend its powerful card-linked offers platform to the SMB community,” said Smith. “My role will drive collaboration across merchant, payment, mobile and media publishers, and expand edo presence and accelerate growth.”
edo is transforming shopping and saving by delivering the simplest solution to personalized offers that are automatically available on consumers’ credit cards, debit cards & mobile devices. Through its card-linked offer platform, edo brings unique insight and clarity into consumer spending behavior — helping marketers and merchants increase loyalty and target new customers with instantly redeemable discounts tailored to their customers’ shopping habits. The company is headquartered in Nashville, Tenn. with additional offices in Chicago and New York City. For more information, visit www.edointeractive.com.
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Red Meat Market Milwaukee launch party – SOLD OUT!
Subject: Red Meat Market Milwaukee launch party – SOLD OUT!
Date: 7/18/2012 7:23:56 P.M. Central Daylight Time
“Making Meat Social! Our launch party in Milwaukee sold out! Second one in a row Ronny! Milwaukee Foodies, Mommy Bloggers and Cross-Fit fanatics came out in force this time!
Red Meat Market empowers the buyer to purchase and the local providers to market and sell easily. RMM connects the “Farm to the Front Porch” or the “Ranch to the Restaurant,” in more ways than one. Red Meat Market will initially serve the consumer and wholesale markets in Madison and Milwaukee, WI and Chicago, IL.
Red Meat Market is an online and offline social marketplace where local meat lovers can easily source and order local, sustainable, all natural meat in one place from multiple local providers. Red Meat Market features organic/grass-fed beef, pork and lamb products raised in SW Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Red Meat Market LLC is the holding company for both operations.
Red Meat Market LLC is far more than a dotCom but the combination of Black Earth Meats, a $5 million dollar organic/grassfed meat processing plant, wholesale operation and retail store and Red Meat Market Inc. an aggressive on-line and offline social, mobile and ecommerce marketing platform. We have over 100 of local providers, and all the delivery/throughput/fulfillment capabilities necessary to insure product delivery to anywhere in the united states.
We have begun our first round of funding efforts for Red Meat Market LLC and are in presentations in Madison this Monday and Tuesday (July 23-24) and scheduling, Chicago July 31st – Aug 2nd.
All final documents are ready to view through our Investor Extranet where, should any accredited investors be interested; we provide around-the-clock access to Red Meat Market LLC information, including the most recent news, Summary of Offering, Investor Summary and Financial Model. Investors will also enjoy our resource center which will allow easy access to various online social communities, websites and videos. We will supply each accredited investor with a name and password if they are interested in pursuing this local, sustainable, all natural Meat lovin community of opportunity.
Current Digital Footprint:
Our Events: http://redmeatmarket.eventbrite.com/
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You Tube: www.youtube.com/user/redmeatmarket
Let us know when you are available for us to provide you with any and all details you require!
Thanks for your continued support of Red Meat Market! (We have pictures!)
Red Meat Market LLC
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