Episode 586 | Broadcast: August 27, 2016
Sarah Worthy has been part of the Houston start-up community for 10 years. It was inevitable that she would ultimately launch her own start-up. Together with her friend and legal counsel Katie Sunstrom, the two co-founded Door Space. In our vignettes: PKF hosts Kenny Polcari from O’Neil Securities; Leisa chats with CompuCycle’s Kelly Hess; and Robin Tooms visits with Ralph Vasami, Universal Weather and Aviation.
As American companies become more global, tracking personnel--their credentials, licenses and certifications—becomes more and more cumbersome. Door Space builds enterprise software for the global human resource department. Russ interviews co-founders Sarah Worthy and Katie Sunstrom.
BusinessMakers Thought Leaders
How does a little girl grow up to be CEO of an electronic recycling business? Well, we’re all products of circumstance and coincidence! Leisa Holland-Nelson chats with Kelly Hess, president and CEO of CompuCycle, an electronic recycling company.
As American companies become more global, tracking personnel--their credentials, licenses and certifications—becomes more and more cumbersome. Many industries are still dealing with PDF/spreadsheet systems; DoorSpace automates processes organization-wide to create real-time reporting and alleviate the tracking issues.
Brad Deutser, founder and president of Deutser, a boutique consultancy focused on clarity.