Hi Everybody. I launched a podcast called “Syracuse Startup” which interviews entrepreneurs in Syracuse to share insights, challenges, victories, etc. in our chosen fields. My first guest is a friend of mine, Eric Maley, of Upstate Agents, talking about how he got into real estate. Look out for new episodes approximately once a month. Please consider subscribing and leaving positive reviews.

If you are an entrepreneur in Syracuse and would like to be on the show, give me a shout. Techies are somewhat preferred, but its not a requirement.

Here is a link:

Ep. 7 – Brandon Williams – CPLANE.ai Syracuse Startup

In this episode, I spoke to Brandon Williams of CPLANE.ai.  CPLANE is an interesting company that focuses primarily on cloud integration with industrial infrastructure.  Brandon is a former nuclear submariner, and we were fortunate to take a deep dive with him (pun intended) on many of the issues facing a new startup, and just the state of the tech industry in general.Our conversation was all over the place, which is usually a good sign of an interesting talk. Brandon really drove home the idea that there has never been a better time to be an entrepreneur. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a positive review and consider subscribing. 
  1. Ep. 7 – Brandon Williams – CPLANE.ai
  2. Ep. 6 – Chris Dugan – Knowles Precision Electronics
  3. Ep. 5 – Jason Dean – Eget Liber
  4. Ep. 4 – Dr. Jamie Winders of the Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI)
  5. Ep. 3 – Susie Ippolito of Susie Ippolito Brands

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