The show won't have a strong technology focus but will cover Boston business in general — and tap into some organizations previously featured in Fast Company.
Here are some of the people who'll be on the show:
- Laura Nash, author and Harvard Business School research fellow, talks about Piper Cove Fund, the new hedge fund she launched this summer
- Aaron Schatz, producer for Lycos, talks about the Lycos 50 and how he tracks emerging trends on the Web
- Albert Bronander, CEO of SnowMagic, talks about making snow in the summer at Tenney Mountain in New Hampshire
- Ross Gittell, UNH professor and VP of the New England Economic Project, talks about the regional economy and prospects for a rebound
- Diane Darling, president of Effective Networking, talks about how NOT to network and critiques Scott's networking skills
- Todd Dagres, general partner of Battery Ventures, talks about how the world of venture capital is being remade, and when (if ever) we could start seeing tech IPOs again
- Mac MacCabe, founder of O'Naturals, talks about the challenges of trying to start a quick-service (aka fast food) chain offering healthier food than you'd find at McDonald's or Wendy's
- Scott Griffith, CEO of Zipcar, talks about expanding a business beyond Boston, the Zipcar model, and a possible deal with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to manage the state's fleet of vehicles
- Susan Swanson, co-owner of the Mendon Drive-In, talks about operating the only surviving drive-in movie theater in the Boston area
Turn on, tune in, take notes.