Earlier this week, our CEO and Co-Founder, Greg Fenton got a chance to meet with Rachel Pollard from Mabbly. Located in the West Loop, Greg sat in on Pollard's show, "Advisor.TV," which focuses on entrepreneurs in Chicago. Pollard wants to know, "what happens when a startup moves beyond an idea, when things start to get, REAL.," and she has posed these questions about the RedShelf startup culture, where we're at today, and where we're going.
This segment of Advisor TV allows business owners to share relevant experiences and bits of advice to other entrepreneurs (or aspiring entrepreneurs). Pollard's interview with Fenton focused on the core of RedShelf. Who is RedShelf? What does the brand stand for and what is the message we want consumers to hear and understand? How is RedShelf lowering the cost of textbooks? What does the future of the learning community look like?
Do you want to know these answers too?! Then stay tuned for the final video to be released in a week!
Check out CEO, Greg Fenton, on NBC BizCast feature, A Digital Bridge Between Textbook Publishers and Students!