In the sophomoric episode of Between Two Founders: Side Stories, host Sean Sutherland speaks with Patrick Rife, cofounder of Baltimore-based event technology services company Pixilated. Unlike the regular Between Two Founders series, the Side Stories offshoot focuses on local Baltimore luminaries building a business, brand, or movement within the city and doesn’t necessarily have to be startup-focused.
Sutherland, director of accounts for local creative agency Kapowza, asks about Rife’s journey as a musician, its impact on entrepreneurship, navigating the tricky waters of an event services and technology startup, Pixilated’s move into highway rest-stops and what he fears most: death. The pair also taste-tested the new Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich which has caused all sorts of violence and mayhem — all for the chance to sample this new threat to the chicken sandwich throne. Was it worth it?
Find out in the video:
Posted by Kapowza on Friday, December 6, 2019
Between Two Founders: Side Stories was filmed and streamed through Facebook Live on Kapowza’s page. If you’re interested in being featured in an upcoming episode, shoot Sean@kapowza.co a note and tell him what you want to talk about.
Tune in to Facebook Live on Kapowza’s account on December 16 for the next episode of Between Two Founders where Sutherland will interview Michael Ogunsanya. He’s the CEO of MindStand Technologies, which recently joined Johns Hopkins Social Innovation Lab’s latest cohort.
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