Fortune Live for June 30, 2016: JetSmarter, Fitbit, and Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials
We have a great lineup for today’s episode of Fortune Live, hosted this week by Andrew Nusca.
First, we’ll cover some of this week’s top news. Last week the vote, this week the reality: What happens now that Britain has voted to Brexit? And will it actually happen? Plus, we discuss if Donald Trump‘s proposed trade plans could create more jobs—or backfire. Then, Fortune‘s Aaron Task and Chris Matthews play a rousing game of “Flop or Fly.”
Next, following the release of Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials, we hit the streets to find out what millennials and older generations have to say about each other. Tune in to find out!
James Park, founder and CEO of the health wearable Fitbit (FIT), stops by the studio for a round of Fortune‘s “Fast Five.” Find out his answers and what he has to say about the exploding industry.
Then, Andew sits down with Kevin Lavelle, founder and CEO of Mizzen+Main, to talk about how his company is pioneering formal wear that you can sweat in.
Fortune then takes you inside JetSmarter, the startup hoping to disrupt the private-jet charter market. Sergey Petrossov, the founder and CEO, explains how they think they can make travel by private jet cheaper in the process.
Peter Manning and Jeff Hansen, co-founders of Peter Manning NYC, focus on dressing the “not-so-tall” man. Hear why they believe this is an untapped market, and huge opportunity. (Michael J. Fox and other well-known, “not-so-tall” men already agree.)
Next, Billy McFarland, CEO of Magnises, explains how he built a networking platform for millennials, while also connecting big brands to this all-important consumer demographic.
Andrew closes the show with his take on this summer’s global soccer tournaments.
You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.