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EisnerAmper podcasts bring you “the sound of business.” Choose from more than a dozen channels featuring nationally recognized experts discussing key issues in real estate, venture capital, technology, family businesses, taxation and a host of others. Get the information you need to help take your business or personal finances to the next level. Listen while you commute, while you work out, while you shop, or anywhere you’re on the go.


Technology

Podcast April 08, 2021 Entrepreneurs: Conversations Count

Conversations are at the root of entrepreneurship. In this TechTalk podcast episode, Amar Bhatkhandé sits down with Charly Weinstein for a conversation about leading and growing a business.

Podcast February 04, 2021 Q4 VC Investment Caps-Off Some Surprises

In this episode Alan Wink looks at the pleasantly surprising VC numbers for 2020 and what's on his radar for 2021.

Podcast October 26, 2020 Q3 Venture Capital Marks the Home Stretch for 2020

EisnerAmper Managing Director of Capital Markets Alan Wink looks at the VC landscape going into the home stretch of 2020 and the rise of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs)

Podcast February 11, 2020 VC Market Closes Out a Successful Decade

Alan Wink looks at the dynamics of venture capital for the decade of the 2010s.

Podcast November 05, 2019 VC Activity Leveling Off; VC-Backed IPOs Surging

Alan Wink recaps Q3 of venture capital activity in 2019, including a key record that was broken this year, mega deal momentum, and what he sees for the 2019 finishing line.

Podcast August 22, 2019 VC Momentum Continues for Q2 2019

Alan Wink examines venture capital Q2 2019 and what’s on tap for the next quarter.

Podcast May 28, 2019 VC Off to a Great Start in 2019

In this episode of A Quarterly Wink and a Glance at Venture Capital, we look at deal sizes, who’s on his IPO radar and if the good times will last. 

Podcast February 07, 2019 Venture Capital Breaks a Record in 2018

It was a record-setting year for venture capital as well as exits in 2018. EisnerAmper Director of Capital Markets Alan Wink breaks it down and discusses if VC investment can keep up this furious pace in 2019.

Podcast November 28, 2018 Are We on Track for a $100 Billion in VC Investment for 2018?

EisnerAmper Director of Capital Markets Alan Wink examines VC investment for the third quarter of 2018, along with some possible heavyweight IPOs for 2019. Alan also shares that VC investment thus far for 2018 has been red hot.

Podcast November 15, 2018 Lessons Learned from the Theranos Dissolution

A senior manager in EisnerAmper’s Technology and Life Sciences practice, talks about the rise and fall of Theranos. He explains what took them from biotech unicorn to dissolution, the fallout, and how companies and investors can mitigate risk.

Podcast October 29, 2018 Putting Biotech on the Map

EisnerAmper’s Dave Plaskow and Steve Doneson discuss Philadelphia as a biotech hub. Startups that need accounting, auditing and financing assistance are faring well in Philadelphia, with its rich environment for capital investment. Life science compa…

Podcast October 19, 2018 A Look at the NJ Innovation Evergreen Fund

In this special episode of a Wink & a Glance at Venture Capital, EisnerAmper Director of Capital Markets Alan Wink examines Governor Phil Murphy’s NJ Innovation Evergreen Fund, how companies qualify and the fund’s unique structure.

Podcast October 18, 2018 Ride Sharing Capped in NYC

In this episode of the Dave & Dave Show, we look at New York City’s proposed annual cap on the number of ride-sharing vehicles, such as Uber and Lyft, and the larger implications for this unique urban initiative.

Podcast August 06, 2018 New Cryptocurrency Focuses on Price Stability

Cryptocurrency still has the reputation for significant price swings. In this episode of the Dave & Dave Show, we look at a new contender—with some big backers—that’s tied to the U.S. dollar to help temper that volatility.

Podcast July 11, 2018 Drones, a Farmer’s New Best Friend?

TechTalk takes a look at a tech startup, Aerobotics, that is using drones to help farmers in South Africa.

Podcast June 06, 2018 A 3D Printed Community

In this episode of TechTalk, we look at a 3D-printed housing community for needy families in El Salvador, the goals are, some of the attached business issues, and how this could be a technological game-changer for affordable housing.

Podcast April 18, 2018 At-Home Genetic Testing Goes Beyond Just DNA

The Dave and Dave Show looks at 23andMe’s DNA test-taking kit, its recent approval by the FDA to scan for certain breast cancer genes, where the market is headed, and what it means for the biotech industry and its business advisors.

Podcast March 14, 2018 Amazon Stays Busy

TechTalk examines a few interesting things Amazon is up to on its march toward global e-tail domination, such as its choosing a city for its new headquarters, its foray into health care, Amazon Go and more.

Podcast February 08, 2018 Apple Watch EKG

This episode of TechTalk, we cover a unique, FDA-approved EKG device for the Apple Watch. We’ll discuss the science and the business behind this promising new technology, as well as how the market for smart watches is doing.

Podcast December 12, 2017 Technology Potpourri

In this final TechTalk podcast of 2017, we examine the technology headlines that caught our attention toward the end of the year, including net neutrality, the data hack at Uber, some misbehaving drones and what might be on the menu for 2018.

Podcast November 30, 2017 Is AI Destined to Replace Fund Managers?

In this episode of TechTalk, we talk about the debut of the world’s first ETF powered by artificial intelligence (AI). We discuss the technology behind it, if it impacts a fund’s expense ratio and, most importantly, how it’s performing.

Podcast November 09, 2017 Looking into Facial Recognition Technology

The iPhone X has put a renewed spotlight on facial recognition technology. Dave Katz gives us a history on this type of technology, some of the privacy and security issues, what the market looks like and which companies are leading the charge.

Podcast September 29, 2017 Supersonic Air Travel Coming Back with a Boom

In this episode of TechTalk, we discuss the technology and financing issues related to the possible return of supersonic air travel.

Podcast September 01, 2017 Is Roomba Vacuuming Up Data on Your Home?

Will the robot vacuum collect customer household data and offer it to technology companies to enhance internet of things devices? Here is what information is being collected, potential data privacy and security issues, and iRobot’s response to consum…

Podcast July 21, 2017 Tesla Gets Chinese Backing

In this episode of TechTalk, Dave Katz tells us about electric car company Tesla receiving a significant investment from Chinese technology giant Tencent.

Podcast May 19, 2017 Amazon's Acquisition of Dubai Based E-Commerce Company Souq.com

TechTalk discusses recent mergers and acquisitions in e-commerce including Amazon's recent acquisition of Souq, a Dubai based e-commerce company.

Podcast May 18, 2017 If It’s Technology, It’s Pivotal: Part 2

In this EisnerAmper podcast, attendees of the Pivotal Technology conference in New York discuss their business involvement with technology and the tech sector and challenges of product development and cybersecurity.

Podcast May 18, 2017 If It’s Technology, It’s Pivotal: Part 1

Find out from exhibitors at the Pivotal Technology event in Long Island what leading-edge technologies will be game-changer for business now and in the future. We discuss current groundbreaking technology in biotech, pharmaceutical and life sciences.…

Podcast April 24, 2017 The Market for Tech Talent

With tech jobs are estimated to double over the next decade, we discuss the market for tech talent and what the forecast for tech employment looks like.

Podcast March 27, 2017 Addressing Social Media and Reputation Risk in the Boardroom

Based on EisnerAmper’s annual survey results, Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards, this podcast examines key issues arising in today’s boardrooms, the board’s custodial role with respect to an organization’s online reputation and social media.

Podcast February 21, 2017 Amazon Go Wants to Streamline Your Grocery Shopping

Dave Katz, Senior Audit Manager in EisnerAmper’s Technology and Life Sciences Practice, and Richard Colloca, Partner-in-Charge of EisnerAmper’s Food and Beverage Group, discuss Amazon’s plan to use 'Just Walk Out Technology.'

Podcast February 20, 2017 Being Taken For a Ride – The Self-Driving Car

David Katz gives a “state of the union” on self-driving cars, an overview of Uber’s unique experiment in Pittsburgh, and a glimpse of what we can expect in the marketplace.

Podcast January 18, 2017 Biotech Faces a Real Estate Shortage

In this episode of TechTalk, we learn about the real estate shortage for biotech hubs, the challenges of obtaining new space, how early-stage companies are coping, and what’s on the drawing board to help alleviate the shortage.

Articles January 06, 2017 Special Report: Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards

Step inside the board room at private companies, public companies and not-for-profits. Find out where issues such as cybersecurity, crisis management, diversity, succession planning and more rank.

Podcast December 07, 2016 Hyperloop Could Take People from LA to SF in 35 Minutes

In this episode of TechTalk, we discuss space-age technology that could revolutionize personal travel and commercial traffic.

Podcast December 05, 2016 Interview with ELabNYC Program Manager Mary Howard: Part 1

In part 1 of our interview, program manager Mary Howard discusses ELabNYC’s entrepreneur training and mentorship program, tells us about the different types of organizations it partners with, and shares a couple of interesting success stories.

Podcast December 05, 2016 Interview with ELabNYC Program Manager Mary Howard: Part 2

In the second part of our interview, ELabNYC program manager Mary Howard gives us some tips for transitioning from the research lab to the boardroom, assembling a successful biotech team and implementing financial metrics.

Podcast October 17, 2016 Is the Commercial Drone Market Ready for Takeoff?

David in EisnerAmper's Technology and Life Sciences Practice, discusses the commercial drone market, including potential markets, barriers to entry and where capital investment is headed.

Podcast October 10, 2016 Virtual Reality

We discusses some of the financial aspects of virtual reality, such as investment, valuation, revenue recognition and more.

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