The sketchy dot-com podcast features entrepreneur and digital transformation strategist, Bob Carilli and his friends talking about people, places, and predicaments from their past and present.
In this episode, Bob talks about how he ended up consulting for the Ecuadorian Military in the Amazon Jungle while launching GoEcuador.com. By August 2000, the dot-com bubble had burst and it wasn’t clear what was going to happen to an already volatile industry. My first trip to Ecuador included video shoots in the capital city of Quito, a visit to the amazing Hosteria San Luis in Cayambe, and time at the Otavalo Marketplace.
Amarun Huasi, which means “the boa’s house” in the indigenous Kichwa tongue.
This sketchy dot-com podcast is the second of several podcasts that explore stories with jungle themes from Bob Carilli’s past. These tales include a story from the time he was consulting for a friend and they got lost in a Costa Rican Jungle as well as his early journey into the Heart of Darkness while attending Boston University.
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