Human beings love doing things in groups. It starts off with fun birthday parties when we're kids, and goes all the way to desperate attempts to have fun at conferences — which is why so many of them come to New Orleans.
While folks are here at a conference, Teddy Nathan's company, Crescent City Connections, rounds them up and puts them to work volunteering for local non-profits.
Frank Scurlock is at the kids' birthday party end of group fun. Frank's family company invented Space Walk — a.k.a. the Bouncy Castle — that can be found at kids' birthday parties worldwide courtesy of the Scurlock family's 200 international outposts.
On this show Peter begins a new segment: Remember, You Heard It Here First. Thanks to 52 Businesses who specialize in finding entrepreneurs in the early stages of development, Peter Ricchiuti introduces entrepreneurs with little more than a big idea and gives them one minute to sell it.
The kickoff man for Remember, You Heard It Here First is Max Gaudin, who presents his app, AirP'n'P.