09 Mar March 9, 2020 – Short Term Rentals Avery Carl, BarBend David Tao and Tech Report Michael Biltz
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Avery Carl – Founder of Short Term Shop and AirB2B Genius
No matter what craziness happens with the economy, someone
is always going to need a $500 a month place to live.
Avery Carl is the CEO and founder of the Short Term Shop, a real estate team that helps investors acquire short term rental properties in the most recession-resistant markets, and trains them on the methods that led her out of the corporate rat race and into financial freedom. She bought her first rental property at age 26 on a $37,000 salary. Through strategically investing in short term rental properties in mature vacation rental markets, she was a millionaire by 31. She now owns a portfolio of 24 properties, and shares how she turned her first property into a million-dollar business!
David Tao – Founder and CEO of BarBend
Its really interesting to talk about BarBend’s journey with people
outside weight lifting to show me that there are entrepreneurial
lessons we can all learn from each other. It doesn’t matter how
specific your company is.
David Tao, Founder and CEO of BarBend, is a Forbes 30 under 30 recipient and has nearly a decade of experience building leading online brands for niche audiences. One such site, BarBend, a fitness and strength-sports news site, has around one million monthly visitors and is the official media partner of USA Weightlifting, the sport’s national governing body. The company has raised $825,000 in seed funding, on top of about $100,000 from the three founders. In addition to his work in the health & fitness industry, David has been a writer for Fortune as well as a contributor to Forbes.com, Slate, and numerous other outlets across the web and in print.
Michael Biltz – Managing Director of Accenture Technology Vision at Accenture Technology Labs
Michael Biltz has been on the show before and leads Accenture’s Vision R&G group and the enterprise’s annual vision process. They clarify Accenture’s perspective on the future of tech including IoT, social, mobility, cloud, and Big Data. Prior to his current role, Michael led the Businesses Development efforts for Technology Lab’s Accenture Innovation. There he managed the Labs’ relationship with Accenture’s internal organizations to direct research and development as well as managing the deployment efforts of surrounding Lab’s assets to Accenture. He is with us today to share Accenture’s latest tech data.