Houston is a city full of dining experiences – diverse, broad, and delicious. Join Risk Profile to hear two Houston chefs who are carving out different realms of influence in Houston. Former NYC restauranteur Benjamin Berg explains why he chose to relocate to and build in Houston, and Mohammad Omar describes his experience expanding his Jordanian-style street food from one food truck to more than fifteen in multiple states.
2nd.MD merged with Accolade Health in March in a transaction valued at $460M. Join Risk Profile to hear more from Jason how he scaled a Houston-based telehealth startup and how he maintained the company’s culture and growth through the many stages of startup. Taft Foley III joins the conversation as an 18-year-old high school senior from the Houston area who founded a mobile COVID testing lab. Innovation is happening in every corner of medicine.
Houston is a city built on the energy industry, and energy is quickly changing. Can we maintain our position and lead the transition? Accenture partners with Cloudbreak to showcase the industry leaders who are making that happen.
Houston is the Space City. With so much changing in the space realm, though, we all need a refresh on what the space industry means for Houston. Quentin from Hypergiant join Risk Profile to share their insights and the role data and AI has in this last frontier.
We all know the legacy Brock has built with St Arnolds. Listen in to hear Brock’s vision for founding Houston’s first craft brewery in a time when craft beer wasn’t as cool. Brock’s biggest piece of advice: pursue collaboration before competition. St Arnold’s has actively supported the craft brewing community in Houston because, in Brock’s words, the community you are in is a part of your brand.
Of course, a lot has changed during the pandemic, not least the future of entertainment and sports. Join Risk Profile as we discuss these paradigm shifts and why Houston is poised to be an epicenter of e-sports and entertainment with Lori and Chris.
We dove into his rejection from all of his dream Wall Street jobs led him to take a job at Enron that would change his life. How we quickly rose through the ranks to run the largest trading desk in America at the age of 28. Why he started his own firm energy trading firm, Centaurus Advisors, and why he ultimately hung it up as a trader to focus all of his energy on philanthropy.
Gas demand may fall, but diesel demand more than offsets losses from electrification. Narratives are often written by those in power, but who benefits and what is the impact to oil price? If economic incentives are discouraged to produce traditional energy, how does this impact price and the environment? These topics and more explored by George P. and Eric Dixon, a senior physical and financial oil trader of nearly 20 years.
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