#211 - Julie Novack, PartySlate - We Know Who Works Together…We Can Amplify Those Real World Relationships…That Is Such A Powerful Network Effect

51 minutes

In episode 211 we welcome our guest, Julie Novack, the CEO and co-founder of PartySlate. We discuss the party planning industry and how PartySlate is bringing something entirely different to the table with its content-rich platform and transparent crediting.

We get into the frustration Julie faced logging hours online trying to plan a high-profile cancer research gala, and how that experience ultimately led to the idea behind her company. We talk about the business model, growth plans, and her experience with startup incubator, Techstars.

Julie even offers thoughts on the future and some major trends she’s seeing take shape in the event planning industry.

All this and more, in episode 211 with Julie Novack.

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