Black Tech Podcast BE the Code Podcast is Back for Season 2
Black Enterprise Magazine July/August 2018 Issue

“BE The Code” is Black Enterprise’s new podcast spotlighting the most influential and innovative blacks in technology, from celebrities to financiers, and how they are reshaping the industry with their unique perspectives. This podcast is hosted by Sequoia Blodgett, a millennial entrepreneur and former cast member of the 2015 ABC Family reality series Startup U. Join Blodgett as she chats with black tech game-changers, as they take us on their journeys to successes—and sometimes failures—and offer winning strategies. Because if we don’t spotlight them, who will?

Check out these amazing tech podcast interviews below

Leandrew Robinson

Founder of Hingeto, a company that partners with athletes to help them build their brands through retail and merchandising, talks about his partnership with business partner Marshawn Lynch and his path to e-commerce success.

Jason Mayden

Founder of Super Heroic, a company that creates children’s play and sports clothing designed to entertain, delight, and surprise every child, talks about why he would rather create strong children than fix broken adults. Mayden is a former lead designer for Brand Jordan.

Roshell Rinkins

Founder of Liquid Courage, a makeup brand that inspires women to be authentically bold, talks supply chain and what makes a great cosmetic product. In addition to being a founder, Rinkins also works full time as global supply manager of Procurement at Apple

Julian Eison

Founder of Eison Triple Thread, an Honest Luxury fashion house that produces made-to-measure menswear, talks about why technology is imperative when providing men with a custom wardrobe solution.

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Sequoia Blodgett

Sequoia Blodgett is a Reporter for Black Enterprise. She is also the founder of Commas, a consulting firm that gives entrepreneurs access to top tech and creative resources to help them grow their business.


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