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Homebase Partners with the City of Kansas City, Missouri to Provide Smart Affordable Housing

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Smart technology is not just a luxury apartment amenity, it’s a tool that can help improve the way we live. Homebase was founded with the goal to make the multifamily living experience better and more connected – for everyone. We’re proud to partner with the City of Kansas City, Missouri for the 2018 Innovation Partnership Program. Over the next three…

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Speaking about Homebase at Techweek KC 2017

By Entrepreneurship, Kansas City, Smart Cities, Speaking No Comments

I’m excited to share that I’ll be joining Techweek KC’s 2017 lineup of speakers. With a focus on high-growth companies, this year’s speaker lineup features established veterans and rising players in the tech community. “Kansas City is one of the country’s most influential, up-and-coming tech hubs,”Amanda Signorelli, Techweek CEO, said in a release. “The community has given Techweek a warm…

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Meet Homebase

By IoT, Kansas City, Smart Homes No Comments

Think Big has been going thru an evolution. At the beginning of 2016 we made a decision change the way we would work with entrepreneurs to solve problems. I’m excited to announce Homebase, an Intelligent Apartment Platform out of Think Big Labs that I’m leading. Learn more about our plans here: Think Big Labs – Meet

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By Kansas City One Comment

Instead of starting 2015 with a resolution, I’m going with a challenge. 12 days in, so far so good. For 2015, I’ve decided to challenge myself to give up the luxury of driving. The past six months or so, I’ve been dreaming of the day when I move into One Light. I’ve thought “I’ll get rid of my car and…

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Big Days

By Coworking, Kansas City, Startup Life 3 Comments

I’m not sure where I originally heard this quote but it’s always stuck with me. “One day can change your life forever, so all life really consists of is 4 or 5 major days that completely change everything.” 4 or 5 days seems really small to me. We can only hope to have many more than that. And when I…

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