Forbes Takes a Deep Dive with Cintrifuse

Cintrifuse took center stage on Forbes’ site this past week. In a callout to corporations looking to engage with and innovate alongside startups, Forbes sat down for an extended interview with Cintrifuse CEO Pete Blackshaw. Read the feature: Lessons Learned: Corporate America To Startups In an interview led by Forbes contributor Mary Jutten, Pete took …

CES 2019 | Reflections & Implications for Cincinnati

As I reflect on CES 2019, all roads continued to converge towards an always-on, AI-powered “concierge desk.”  24/7 service. Talking robots. Voice activation.  Personalized health advice. Consultative “smart” kitchens. Virtual nurses or doctors. Auto “guides.”  Even the smooth reassuring voice of Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant (now singing w/hundreds of partners). The vast majority of devices on display at CES …

Cintrifuse leaders reflect back, look ahead to 2019

From Softening Venture Valuations to Richer Rewards for the Small & Scrappy As we look to a promising 2019, we asked Cintrifuse’s top managers to share their views on critical developments in 2018 as well as key trends to heed in the coming year. Pete Blackshaw, CEO 1 – TRUST TAKES A HUGE HIT. AN …

2018 Annual Meeting Recap

Yesterday, we hosted the 2018 Cintrifuse Annual Meeting at Union Hall. We had a packed room full of venture capital investors, BigCo innovation sponsors, entrepreneurs, and members of the highly-engaged Cintrifuse Board of Directors. More than a third of the nearly 200 people on hand came from out of town, which is a great signal …

Cintrifuse leaders appear on ‘Origins’ podcast

While travelling on business to New York City this past month, two members of the Cintrifuse leadership team jumped over to Brooklyn and appeared on Notation’s ‘Origins’ podcast – a podcast about venture capital and limited partners. Emily Geiger, VP of BigCo Innovation, and Sarah Anderson, the Syndicate Fund Managing Director, joined Origins host Nicolas …

Wrapping up Cincinnati’s Second Startup Week

Last year, Cincinnati Startup Week was this biggest event the community had ever put on – so big, in fact, that one of the biggest suggestions from guests was to scale down. People wanted a more-accessible schedule, better content and more chances to connect with the StartupCincy community. So the planners did just that. However, with …

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