Brian Larry, CEO of ConnectLabs, will be highlighting how smart devices can help us thrive instead of just survive during these times at 1 Million Cups. His talk will take place on August 12th outside at the Scherling Tennis Court Complex in Island Park from 9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. If you need directions or get lost don’t hesitate to reach out!
Brian Larry, CEO of ConnectLabs, has a passion for his business because he sees how it’s creating connected communities. Brian expands, “This makes me happy and it also fits with the legacy I want to leave behind of making a difference in communities.” When Brian is not working at his business he really loves to cook! He gives his mom credit for teaching him how to “get down in the kitchen”.
ConnectLabs, founded by Josh Christy and Brian Larry in June of 2017, connects communities through technology and people. ConnectLabs helps businesses understand who their target demographic is and we use smart devices to connect them with that targeted demographics. ConnectLabs was brought about because Brian realized four years ago that wifi could connect businesses with their customers and the race to connect the community was on for him! ConnectLabs’ mission is to create smarter communities by connecting technology and people. Brian said that a challenge they had when starting was trying to get businesses to understand how capturing in house data is the smartest thing they could do! When asked about the lowest part of his entrepreneurship journey he explained, “we believe entrepreneurship is all about the journey and lessened will be learned but never get down.”
Brian Larry will be speaking at 1 Million Cups on August 12th at the Scherling Tennis Court Complex in Island Park from 9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. He will be highlighting how smart devices can help us thrive instead of just survive during these times. He thinks it’s important to speak at events like 1 Million Cups because people’s entrepreneurship journeys could inspire the creativeness of others and that gets to happen every single week!