At the recent Startup Weekend, I spoke to entrepreneurs and thinkers about the most important lessons I've learned during my time as an entrepreneur working in multiple industries and businesses.
Interapt was fortunate to be involved with two events in the past week hosted by the University of Louisville. Here’s a recap of both the Cardinal Challenge and the Business and Engineering Career Fair, and how Interapt is working with the University to push innovation forward in our hometown.
Valentine's Day can be stressful enough without the mobile tools available to help us take care of those we love on this special holiday. Here's a few useful iPhone apps to give you a hand in making sure no one has to suffer for your lack of planning (or lack of a partner!).
The sheer size and impact of CES 2014 is indicative of a paradigm shift in broadcast entertainment and news media towards a more shared user experience between multiple devices. This means a shift in the content marketing, creation and distribution strategies of the entertainment industry, as well as a renewed focus on making hardware and mobile devices more involved and efficient to create new viewing experiences and solidify brand loyalty.
With the newest and greatest advancements in technology right around the corner, embracing tech innovation will have a tremendous impact on your business. Your organization must devote part of its budget to researching, developing and improving your business by investing in tech.
Though the film The Internship was billed as a comedy, Eddie Bowles describes his current internship at Interapt and how there are real-life lessons from the movie that can be applied to any tech company trying to make a difference with the solutions they offer consumers.
Interapt's Creative and UX Director, Alicia Reeves, details her experience working during and after her days as a graphic design student and intern, leading to her current position at Interapt.
In case you haven't noticed, TV programming and commercials are getting hip to second-screen applications. Aaron Rosenberg writes how the success of a brand's television marketing depends on linking advertising with its mobile strategy.