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November 20, 2017 11:51 PM PST

Aaron Rubin is no stranger to eCommerce. He has been making money on the internet since the early 1990’s. He began coding at 7 and made money online by 12 years old. After starting a successful eCommerce company in college and learning many lessons in logistics, he teamed up with a friend of his, Nicholas Daniel-Richards to build an eCommerce shipping and inventory software solution called Shiphero and help others avoid the same mistakes he made himself.

Learn More at shiphero.com | selery.com

November 14, 2017 05:08 PM PST

Griff and Lee, served our country together as Army Rangers in Afghanistan. The two-passed time at outposts, on patrols, and in armored personnel carriers spit balling about startups they could launch after their military service. The seed that took root would come in the form of a make-shift flip flop made from the sole of a combat boot. Their company, Combat Flip Flops, started by selling their uncommon flip flops and later added clothes, shoes, and other accessories. Their mission is to help communities and cultures that have been devastated by war. Their approach is “business over bullets” and their army of customers is called, the “unarmed forces.”

Learn More at combatflipflops.com | selery.com

November 07, 2017 03:43 PM PST

On this week’s episode we will feature 2 guests. First up is Mike Chaffin, the co-founder of lifestyle and apparel brand Three Commas which he co-founded with Mark Cuban in 2015. In addition to Three Commas, Mike’s resume includes founding and developing tech companies, consulting, speaking nationwide, and today is the long-time business manager for rapper, Nelly. Mike’s passion is developing the entrepreneurial spirit and seeing startups succeed. This is the heart behind Three Commas.

Our Second guest is sportswriter David Ubben. David has written about college football and basketball for ESPN and Fox Sports. He is currently writing for The Athletic and USA Today’s sports blog Sports on Earth. He is also working for a very unique startup company called Fan Plan which makes a sports and entertainment indemnity product. Since this isn’t something really ever seen in the sports world we asked David to come tell us about it.

Learn more at threecommas.com | afanplan.com | selery.com

October 31, 2017 10:05 PM PDT

Our guest this week is David D’Agostino of a company called The Beach Glass. David and his co-founder Jason Klinge spent the bulk of their careers in the construction business. The two were together with some friends and the unexpected next phase of their careers began simply because of a broken wine glass. David joins us for the second episode of Selery Talks to tell the full story that resulted in their unique product. Learn More at thebeachglass.com | selery.com

October 24, 2017 05:42 PM PDT

Welcome to Selery Talks and thanks for joining our conversation this week. Our guest is Katie Sanchez the founder of a company called Bee Free Honee. Katie stumbled upon the idea of honey without Bees, but would later come the find out the immense benefit and demand of the product. The company has seen steady growth since 2013 and appeared on Shark Tank in 2016 which led to increased exposure and further growth.

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October 22, 2017 05:41 PM PDT

Selery Talks features ideas that have come to life through eCommerce and the stories behind them. We’ll look at business ideas and the people that made them part of their stories. We will sit down with the founders of companies and hear how and why they turned their ideas into realities.

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