A weekly podcast, hosted by Pat & Posh, which dives into the minds of founders in Los Angeles to share their stories and discuss relevant topics and current events.





For Episode 24, Pat & Posh sat down with Clare Vivier, founder of Clare V., to discuss her journey of moving to Paris after college, working in journalism and pivoting to fashion by designing laptop sleeves and eventually women’s handbags and accessories. Inspired by Kate Spade and the company she built and sold, Clare also discusses the issue of mental health and its importance. Currently, Clare V. has 7 stores in California and New York and hopes to expand the brand’s presence nationwide.

For Episode 23, Pat & Posh sit down with one of the most influential people in the LA tech scene, Eytan Elbaz. He talks about his transition from engineer to entrepreneur and starting Applied Semantics, which he later sold to Google and became known as Google AdSense. After spending 4 years at Google, Eytan started Scopely, a mobile entertainment network. Now, he is working on Social Native, a social media ad platform and Render Media, a digital publisher which was named the second-fastest-growing media company in America on the 2016 Inc. 5000 list. Tune in to listen to our conversation. 

In Episode 22, Pat and Posh sit down with Jeff Morris Jr., founder of Chapter One, an early-stage seed fund investing in blockchain, mobile, and subscription products. When he’s not investing, Jeff is the Director of Product, Revenue at Tinder. In his role, he led the Revenue team to the #1 top grossing app ranking in the App Store and directs one of the top grossing products in mobile history.