28 Oct October 28, 2013 – SmartAppa Manish Punjabi, Moms ‘n Charge Christine St. Vil & Hood Deals Matt Balin
Broadcast October 28, 2013 on Liberty Express Radio
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Manish Punjabi is co-founder of SmartAppa, a cool San Antonio app development company. Their first product was an app called Capster. It was study in development, almost an experiment, and add photo captions to a photo and allows sharing online. Manish was also part of Coffee Shop Millionaire, where a good friend suggested they start an app company. They learned to program so they could make social apps that make life better. Focusing now on designing apps for themselves and the end consumer. Manish loves creating, developing and inspiring entrepreneurs to start and grow online enterprises.
Christine St. Vil – Founder & CEO of Moms ‘N Charge
Christine St. Vil helps moms across the country “learn how to feel good without feeling guilty.” She teaches moms that by taking time out from themselves, living a healthier lifestyle & by pursuing their goals & dreams, they will reduce the stress in their lives, look and feel better, and create extra motivation. She creates “FLY” moms which is all about learning how to First Love Yourself. Christine was a finalist at the Wells Fargo Blogalicious competition that I judged last month. She writes for her blog as well as other profitable blogs. Congrats to all her successes.
Matt Balin -Founder and CEO of Hoodditt.com
Matt Balin believes his Hoodditt Model will be a game changer in the mobile offering and coupon space. And he may be right! Hoodditt is about neighborhood shopping and supporting local businesses, and provides complete control for both customers and businesses. For free, businesses create offers that they have complete control over: they control the discount, quantity and timing. Unlike daily deal companies which force a business to offer a deep discount and then take most of the revenue, Hoodditt makes it money by customers purchasing offers for .99 cents a piece. With Hoodditt, you buy the right to get the incredible offers. Pretty cool.