BNN’s Disruptors: Disrupting in space, but we don’t want to go there

by | Jun 18, 2015 | Social Media

On last week’s episode of the (June 11) Disruptors, hosts Amber Kanwar and Bruce Croxon discussed Jack Dorsey taking over as CEO at Twitter, Jim Balsillie’s realization when Blackberry was in trouble, Amazon’s move into Canada, and some not so PG friendly discussions around disrupting entertainment in space.

Also, The Disruptors featured crowd parking app Whereipark, line-up disruptor Grabb, and eLearning solution Desire2Learn.
As per last post, I think the show is great for people interested in business and technology.

The show definitely has a following and besides the show and its staff, here is a list of the top 5 handles tweeting about the show since its debut:


You can view the complete airing of the episode here if you missed it.

This is the latest in a weekly blog series that recaps BNN’s The Disruptors featuring companies looking to change their industries. The recap is compiled from the show and leverages MediaMiser solutions to gauge what’s being said about it online.

Brett Serjeantson


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