A Day in the Life

For the third task of the Wall Street Journal Startup of the Year competition, we were asked to give viewers a sense of what day-to-day life at PlanetReuse is like. Turns out, life is sometimes hectic, stressful, silly, worthwhile and a whole bunch of other adjectives. We tried to capture everything that an entrepreneur (and all of us really) experience everyday: the mundane activities, the little wins, the frustrations, the hard work.  

To get us up close and personal with our CEO, we slapped a GoPro camera on Nathan (thanks to our ThinkBig Incubator floormates CandyCam for lending it to us) to see what really goes on during his 9 to 5 (more like 6 to 6) day. We're excited to see the video once it's finished. 

Camera Ready
Workin' It 
Wednesday morning is the next round of eliminations. They're halving the competition, letting go of 10 of the remaining 20 startups. We're really hoping to continue on in the program, repping our ridiculously fantastic city and startup community on a national platform.  

While we were filming, the amazing folks from KCTV 5 stopped by and did a really nice piece on our organization and the competition. Check it out below. 


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Posted by: Sarah Rendo

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