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Greg LambrechtCoravin produces a device that accesses wine without removing the cork. Through a medical grade needle, the Coravin System extracts a portion of the wine and replaces it with argon gas.
Greg is also a medical device inventor who founded Intrinsic Therapeutics, a company focused on spinal disorders. Greg is a graduate of MIT and has degrees in nuclear and mechanical engineering.

Greg speaks with Jessica about how he was able to repurpose his expertise in the medical world to create his wine access technology, from scratch.

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Mark RamadanSir Kensington’s is a condiment company that sells ketchup, mayo, mustard, etc. Mark and his partner Scott tried to create a gourmet alternative to Heinz and started tinkering with recipes in their off-campus apartment while they were students at Brown University. The product is available in stores throughout the United States including Dean & Deluca and Whole Foods.

Mark speaks with Jessica about how he launched Sir Kensington’s, from scratch.

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