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Latitude is Back!


Introducing the 2.0 version of Latitude – a  podcast and video series presented by 43North that’s here to light up your entrepreneurial spirit and fuel your tech enthusiasm like never before! Get ready to buckle up for an exhilarating ride as we dive deep into conversations with founders, CEOs, and venture capitalists that are building Buffalo’s thriving startup and tech ecosystem.

With our first episode just around the corner, we’ve got an all-star lineup of guests that will blow you away. From the founders of ShearShare to John B. Johnson, founder and principal of a small studio, and Brett Brohl, Managing Partner at Bread and Butter Ventures, these industry leaders are ready to spill the beans on their journeys, insights, and lessons learned along the way.

But Latitude is not your ordinary business podcast. We’re going beyond the surface-level chatter and getting into the real heart of what it takes to succeed as a startup founder in today’s competitive landscape. We’re talking about the challenges, the opportunities, and the latest trends and innovations shaping the startup and tech world.

And hey, even if you’re not an entrepreneur, Latitude has something for you too. If you’re a tech enthusiast, investor, or just a passionate Buffalonian, Latitude will be your go-to source for captivating stories, practical advice, and exclusive insights from industry experts.

So, join us as we journey into the world of startups, technology, and entrepreneurship. Subscribe on YouTube and your favorite podcast streaming platforms!

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