Investing in Non-Alcoholic Drinks with Chris Boyd, Co-founder and CEO of Drink Monday
Profit to the People
Chris Boyd is the Co-founder and CEO of Drink Monday, a company bringing delightful, alcohol-free adult beverages to consumers globally. The alcohol-free industry is not a trend. It’s a movement that refuses to choose between good health and great taste, with a mindset toward self-care, staying sharp, and living life without compromise. Monday means people no longer have to deal with that dilemma. With Monday Gin™ and their Monday Whiskey, you can drink delicious cocktails, socialize without stress, and wake up feeling fresh and hangover-free.Chris and the Drink Monday Team believe their products can compete with alcohol, and industry data, like the fact that brand growth in that sector has increased by 506% in the last six years, seems to back up that idea. Join us in this episode to learn more about Drink Monday and how they managed to rank in the top 1% of Shopify sites, with a conversion rate 2x the industry average.Key points discussed- The vision that’s powering the non-alcoholic movement (00:00)- Why did you choose to crowdfund with Republic? (00:53)- How Chris got started with non-alcoholic beverages (03:25)- Persistence was indispensable for this project (08:46)- Reasons why the alcohol-free industry is so promising (12:40)- How does this compare to buying alcoholic drinks? (20:42)- Drink Monday’s experience raising on Republic (22:39)- The next steps for Drink Monday (25:57)Additional resourcesLearn more about Drink Monday and its work here:https://drinkmonday.co/To keep in the loop for the latest developments in crowdfund investing, make sure to follow this podcast and listen in every week. Leave a rating and a review and let’s bring profit back to the people together.Ready to start investing in your future? Then head over to www.republic.co and find a startup you’re passionate about.This content is provided for educational purposes only by Republic. Nothing discussed should be construed as legal, tax, accounting, or investing advice. The views of the presenters may not be the views of Republic and its affiliates. Always consult with trusted professional advisors before making investments. Private investments are inherently illiquid and may result in a total loss. All rights reserved.
Another inspiring conversation on the Zero to 5000 Podcast today. We were joined by Chris Boyd, co-founder and CEO of Drink Monday. We discussed:- Maximizing an adult flavor profile without the pressure of alcohol- How to expand your product market through brand ambassadors - The importance of a daily, healthy routine Thanks for Listening. Be sure to join our monthly email. One life-changing email to help you with your mindset, your methods, and your mission each month.
Wise Product Management – Chris Boyd of Built Technologies
Fortune's Path Podcast
Back in November Tom talked with Chris Boyd, start-up advisor, mentor, and one of the wisest people we know working in product management. For over five years Chris has been the head of product for Built Technologies who recently announced a series C round worth $88M. Tom and Chris talk about Chris's transition from project manager to product manager and play a game of "spontaneous product development" to create a product to disrupt the U.S. education market. They also talk about the signs of a healthy product and how Built Technology is creating an ecosystem for construction finance and lending by automating manual processes and consolidating data. Finally, Tom and Chris talk about the profession of product management and where it's going, why business savvy is a growing need for the best candidates, and how Chris views getting inspiration from competitors.
Creating Amazing Non-Alcoholic Gin with Chris Boyd, Co-Founder of Monday Gin.
For All Drinks: Delicious Non-Alcoholic Beverages for Leading a Fun, Healthy, and Inclusive Lifestyle
Monday Gin is a zero alcohol spirit that helps you stay sharp and enjoy drinks you love sans the hangover you hate. Made in small batches at their Southern California craft distillery, Monday is committed to bringing people the best alcohol free drink experiences possible. Their ethos believes products should delight without downside and we’re proud to support groups of go-getters with a drink that doesn’t let them down. They created Monday to please your palate, squash social stressors, and support those who want an adult beverage experience with zero downside.
Chris Boyd is the founder of Monday, a beverage startup starting with alcohol free gin as their first product. We Talk About: -How the company got started and launched on Kickstarter -Raising money with Republic and how it works -Link to invest: https://republic.co/drink-monday?utm_source=drink_monday&utm_campaign=issuer_ref -What it's been like using Republic to get fans and brand ambassadors -The cultural shift to a more healthy lifestyle -The design, labeling, ingredients, and more -What's next for Monday? Hint: There's a Whiskey in the works! -And much more https://drinkmonday.co/products/monday-gin
“There are two types of people in this world. People who don’t ever think about what they do and why they do it, and people who think very deeply about what they do.”On this week’s episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast I sit down with the awesome Chris Boyd. Chris is the Co-Founder & CEO of the zero alcohol gin company, Monday. We talk about the many different uses of Monday, his path to starting Monday, why Gen Z is drinking less than any generation, why and when he chose to drink less alcohol, the power of changing your community, the process of going from idea to product, the many challenges of the pandemic, the future of Monday, his advice for getting healthier and drinking less, and Monday’s current equity crowdfunding campaign.Show NotesMonday Equity Crowdfunding on RepublicMonday WebsiteMonday InstagramChris’s Instagram0 LIKES
Tracking the charities that track you online with Chris Boyd
Lock and Code
Today we look at two topics that, maybe surprisingly, intersect: charity organizations and online ad tracking.Ad tracking isn't new—luxury brands used to place their advertisements specifically in newspapers that delivered to high-income zip codes. But today's ad tracking supercharges that match-making game with a complex, opaque machinery that can track what you do online, what websites you visit, what browser you use, and even your gender, religion, and political bias.To help us better understand how charity organizations utilize ad tracking tools—and why that could concern some users—we’re speaking with Chris Boyd, lead malware intelligence analyst for Malwarebytes.