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Start Me Up Live, A New Show for Millennial Entrepreneurs Launches in Response to Demand for StartUp Programming

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 03, 2015

Start Me Up Live, a new show for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs, is geared for millennials who want to translate their ideas into thriving businesses.

According to PEW Research, 68% of millennials intend to start their own business. To accelerate millennial entrepreneurs, the founders of Start Me Up Live have created a 30-minute show which features high-powered executives who have launched and built successful businesses across a broad spectrum of industry segments, including non-profits. Appearing on the first episode are; Michael Robertson – Founder of, Tyson McDowell – President of Avadyne Health, Dan Negroni – Founder and CEO of Launch Box, and Mike Krenn – serial entrepreneur and President of the San Diego Venture Group. This panel of experts cuts through the hype to help entrepreneurs focus on that it takes to successfully start a new business.

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“There is so much information about how to start a business, it can be overwhelming. We give entrepreneurs access to key insights that can make the difference between startup success or failure,” says founding partner and the show’s host, Cheryl Goodman.

The national show also provides guidance in timing, strategies and tactics in securing funding from Venture Capital/Investment companies. For each episode, three new start-up companies are invited to participate in an elevator pitch contest where they convey who they are, what they do and how they will become a household name in just 60 seconds. The expert panel provides instant feedback and insights that will help any business focus on what really matters. The winner of the first challenge is Adam Riggs-Zeigen of Rock My Run, an intelligent music application that powers the listeners workout. Other “Elevator Pitch” participants in the first Start Me Up Live episode were Barry Klein of Glia, the app that empowers people to shop their values and Andre Szucs of Gladius, maker of innovative, light-weight prosthetics.

“We are dedicated to presenting high value information for startups and do it in a way that makes it easily digestible and fun,” says co-founder and on-air co-host, Walt Czerminski.

Entrepreneurs who want to appear on Start Me Up Live should email the team at pitch(at)startmeuplive(dot)com

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Whos on Top at CES? 20 Live Finalists Appear on Stage at 2015 International CES

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 23, 2014

Today, Living in Digital Times announces the finalists for their two lifestyle technology awards. Last Gadget Standing and Mobile Apps Showdown, longtime CES favorites, honor remarkable innovation in the hottest new gadgets and most likely to succeed mobile apps technology at this year’s International CES®. From a 3D printer that prints with recycled bottles to a pocket-sized molecular sensor, Last Gadget Standing finalists show true innovation, while Mobile Apps Showdown finalists bring app development to a new level from an app that helps users become a pastry chef to a total solution for online security.

“The press are always sharing their opinions but it’s the public that really knows a winner,” said Robin Raskin, founder and president of Living in Digital Times. “Last Gadget Standing and Mobile Apps Showdown are designed to be the people’s vote.”

What’s happened so far:

Finalists for each award were selected by an expert panel of judges, including journalists, engineers and developers. At the live show, once again hosted by Jon Hein of Howard Stern’s “The Wrap-up Show,” an audience of over 500 CES attendees will vote using a sound applause meter for a winner for each award. There’s also an online vote which is open now through January 8, 2015 at 9 a.m. PST at and Two winners for each award, the live vote and online vote, will be announced at the live events.

Last Gadget Standing finalists will demo their new gadgets on-stage on January 8th from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC), North Hall, Room N255. Finalists include:

EKOCYCLE Cube from Cubify. 3D printers are now common, but the EKOCYCLE is the only one that prints using plastic filament, made in part from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles. It combines the maker spirit (actually, the re-maker spirit) and the environmental spirit in a single breakthrough product.
FLIR FX from FLIR Security. If it were just a Wi-Fi camera, it would be one of many, but the FLIR FX can be a wearable action camera or a dash-cam with built-in four hour battery. The camera’s Wi-Fi hotspot lets users access live video and operate the camera even if their away from the Internet.
Petziconnect from Petzila. Smartphone are now treat phones. With Petziconnect, users can see and talk to their pet when they’re away from home, and they can even dispense a treat.
Phorus PS5 Speaker from Phorus. The PS5 is a wireless speaker, but it’s so much more. It supports both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, streams from one’s own network media player or from online services, multiple units can be coordinated, and lets the user’s smartphone serve as a remote. It’s the wireless speaker, reimagined. Oh, and it sounds great, too.
Ring Video Doorbell from Ring. Doorbells just went worldwide. With the Ring Video doorbell, users can see and talk to the person at their door, using their smartphone, from anywhere.
SCiO from ConsumerPhysics. SCiO is a pocket molecular sensor, which means users can point it at something, such as a food item, and it will tell them about the item, at a molecular level. Is that turkey or tofurkey? SCiO knows.
Singtrix from Singtrix. Karaoke from the makers of Guitar Hero. Vocal effects, mic, stand, and controller, a full studio designed to make everyone sound great.
V.ALRT from VSN Mobil. The V.ALRT is the only non-subscription wearable personal alert device. Users can summon help using a button on the device, plus it will summon help automatically if one falls. The V.ALRT communicates via Bluetooth with their smartphone, which automatically sends the help request.
There are also two embargoed gadgets that are sure to wow to crowd. They’ll be unveiled for the first time at CES.

Mobile Apps Showdown finalists will present their new apps on-stage on January 8th from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC), North Hall, Room N255. Finalists include:

Blur from Abine. Blur is a total solution for online security. Like many apps, it can manage passwords, but it also can mask user’s email, credit cards and phone number, and stop online trackers. It lets users decide who gets their personal information.
Breathometer from Breathometer. The Breathometer app, in conjunction with one of their two inexpensive breath measurement devices, can measure one’s blood alcohol content (BAC). Safe to drive? Ask Breathometer.
Fitnet from Fitnet. Fitnet videos are nice, but with the Fitnet app, users also get feedback on their training, as it analyzes their workout using their phone or tablet’s camera. Finally, a great use for selfie cams.
Hi.Q from Hi.Q. Hi.Q is a health and fitness app that tries to make users more knowledgeable about health and fitness. It uses quizzes to both help users learn, and help the app assess their level of knowledge. It also features community input to add to the engagement.
Lyve from Lyve Minds. Lyve helps users consolidate all their videos and photos in one place, using one of their two hardware storage devices. It also has sharing features, works with social media, and makes it easy for one’s cell phone pictures and video to become part of their permanent collection.
Perfect Bake from Pure Imagination. Smartphone or tablet in the kitchen while baking, usually a big mistake, but with Perfect Bake the tablet becomes the aide-de-chef and users can cook with more precision and better results. The system includes a scale, three mixing bowls, oven thermometer and of course the recipes.
SHAREit from Lenovo. With SHAREit, no cellphone is an island, it’s media kept entirely to itself. SHAREit lets Android phones become a part of the main, and easily share things, fast and convenient.
SPOT-ON from Wajam. SPOT-ON is a game that lets users play eye-spy with friends. Given a photo, players identify as many things in the photo as possible, and the best spotter wins.
Yuggler from Yuggler. Yuggler is all about kids activities. Users can share info about their own, or discover what others in their area are doing. Is the beach crowded, or maybe it’s a better day for the zoo?
uCiC from uCiC. The uCiC app lets users reach out to others, based on their location, and get photos back from them, showing what’s going on there, right now. Or ping someone, asking for a photo of something their near.

Follow Last Gadget Standing and Mobile Apps Showdown on Twitter @GadgetLast, “like” Mobile Apps Showdown on Facebook and use the hashtags #LastGadgetCES and #MobileAppsCES.

About Living in Digital Times

Founded by veteran technology journalist Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times brings together the most knowledgeable leaders and the latest innovations impacting both technology and lifestyle. It helps companies identify and act on emerging trends, create compelling company narratives, and do better business through strong network connections. Living in Digital Times produces technology conferences, exhibits and events at the International CES and other locations throughout the year by lifestyle verticals. Core brands include Digital Health Summit, Fitness Tech Summit, Lifelong Tech, Kids@Play Summit, Family Tech Summit, TransformingEDU, MommyTech TV, Wearables and FashionWare runway show, Mobile Apps Showdown, Last Gadget Standing, Battle of the Bands, and the KAPi Awards. The company also works with various foundations and manages the Appreneur Scholar awards program for budding mobile entrepreneurs. For more information, visit and keep up with our latest news on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

About CES

The International CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years—the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. As the largest hands-on event of its kind, CES features all aspects of the industry. And because it is owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the technology trade association representing the $ 211 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry, it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers to a forum where the industry’s most relevant issues are addressed. Follow CES online at and through social media:

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Cubic Showcases Whats Next for Live, Virtual and Constructive Training Technologies at I/ITSEC 2014

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (PRWEB) December 01, 2014

Cubic Corporation (NYSE: CUB) will demonstrate innovative capabilities for Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) training for increased effectiveness and readiness assessment at the 2014 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). I/ITSEC is the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training conference held Dec. 1-5 in Orlando, Fla.

“As the needs of U.S. and allied forces evolve, Cubic is committed to developing effective and affordable training solutions by listening to our customers and driving innovation into the areas they need most,” said Dave Schmitz, president of Cubic Defense Applications. “Our goal and investments are centered on effective methods and technologies to enable the highest level of mission readiness. We are developing training systems that play a vital role in the development and sustainment of our warfighters.”

Some of the next-generation Cubic products and services to be exhibited at the conference include:

Augmented Reality Glasses Observation Network (ARGON): An augmented reality solution that increases the realism and fidelity of battlefield effects for indirect and direct fire, and live force-on-force engagements for more effective training.

CyberMASTER: A Software Defined Networking (SDN) solution that increases cyber training effectiveness and reduces hardware costs through cloud-based delivery of realistic “Red Flag” cybersecurity exercise environments.

NeuroBridge: A neuroscience-based software solution that is used with Cubic’s LVC training systems to optimize how the trainee’s brain functions in real time to improve situational awareness and assessment. NeuroBridge is easy to use, customizable and cost effective.

EST3000™: A small arms marksmanship training device that is portable, indoor, multipurpose and multilane. EST 3000™ replicates crew and individual live fire exercises for increased safety, cost effectiveness and efficiency. EST 3000™ integrates with Cubic’s NeuroBridge technology for accurate feedback and assessment.

Cloud Enabled Training Service (CETS): Cloud-hosted services and applications are used to manage the entire spectrum of training activities – from after action review to life cycle management. CETS is accessible anytime, anywhere for increased efficiency and cost savings.

Plan X: An end-to-end cyber warfare program that uses automated systems, the latest Infrastructure As Code (IAC) deployment and intuitive interfaces to effectively train future cyber operators using a simulated cyber mission workflow to plan, manage and execute a cyberattack in real time.

Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Immersive Courseware Simulator: Demonstration of the U.S. Navy’s new LCS virtual training program. Set within the Immersive Virtual Shipboard Environment (IVSE), trainees perform tasks in a realistic multi-user environment. The LCS Immersive Courseware Simulator is a cost effective solution that allows trainees to function within complex systems at a fraction of the cost.

LCS Mission Bay Trainer: Demonstration of the U.S. Navy’s LCS tactile training program that highlights hands-on interaction for more effective training. Trainees use identical replicas of actual equipment and controls to perform required tasks in a highly immersive gaming environment.

Attendees may view the latest innovations and demonstrations at the Cubic booth #721, located in the Orange County Convention Center. For more information please visit

About Cubic Corporation

Cubic Corporation is the parent company of three major business segments. Cubic Transportation Systems is a leading integrator of payment and information technology and services for intelligent travel solutions. Cubic Defense Applications is a leading provider of realistic combat training systems and secure communications. Mission Support Services is a leading provider of training, operations, maintenance, technical and other support services for the U.S. and allied nations. For more information about Cubic, see the company’s Web site at

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