Four years ago I told people that I wanted to work in the NBA.
Check out this great new interview with CoachUp Founder and CEO Jordan Fliegel; be on the lookout for cameos from some of our top Boston coaches. Big shout-out to the folks at REEL Entrepreneurs and Boston.com for making this happen!
CoachUp helps athletes achieve their full potential by connecting them with great private coaches and that passion is what led ex pro basketball player and coach, Jordan Fliegel, to create and launch CoachUp!
Tomorrow, November 14th, CoachUp will present in front of an audience of investors, press, and tech community members at the TechStars Boston Demo Day—the culmination of this fall’s startup accelerator program. TechStars Demo Day is an important event for the Boston startup community. Investors and entrepreneurs will descend on Demo Day for presentations from the 13 companies in the program. CoachUp is looking forward to demonstrating its recent rapid growth and upcoming company goals.
Walter Frick of BostInno briefly interviewed CoachUp CEO Jordan Fliegel, along with 3 other TechStars founders, to get a preview of tomorrow’s action…
From the Zintro blog:
Stuart’s talk covered methodologies for finding and winning early customers. Specifically, Stuart juxtaposed the differences between finding customers in businesses selling high average sale price (ASP) products like those sold at his first company (Lewtan Technologies) and low ASP products & services like those sold by Zintro.
CEO Jordan Fliegel tells how CoachUp came to be. We know coaching from our own experience, and are excited to be making CoachUp into the source online for finding a great private sports coach. We are very grateful to Aaron Niederhelman and the team at Innovate Boston for including us in the star studded startup lineup. It was an awesome event, and we can’t wait for the next one!
Our CEO Jordan Fliegel and our Community Director Justin Cambria visited the team at Mind Your Own Business radio to discuss all things Coachup. They told they story of the business, and talked a little about about their backgrounds. We discussed Boston private sports coaching at some length, and talked about the bright future of CoachUp – a few laughs were had, too.