Business 380 podcast: clusterFlunk founders ‘always knew’ they wanted to start a business

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University of Iowa students A.J. Nelson and Joe Dallago said they always knew they wanted to start a business together.

After mulling around different ideas, the two decided that, with Dallago’s knowledge of websites and Nelson’s knack for business, a tech start-up would be a good fit.

clusterFlunk, a social media site that takes study hall to the Internet, was launched on Jan. 22.

Nelson and Dallago sit down with Business 380 Digital Editor Denisse Rauda to discuss the background and process it took to get them from an idea to the launch and now to a fully running site that boasts 1,200 registered users.

The show was produced by Denisse Rauda and music heard in the podcast is by Chocobear McPanda via Creative Commons. Chat with us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @Business380 for future podcasts and Corridor business news.

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Joe Dallago (left) and AJ Nelson, co-founders of clusterFlunk. (Photo courtesy of clusterFlunk)

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