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Meet Your New Locksmith. It’s Not a Human

This week on the Uncensored podcast, Inc. writers and editors discuss the magazine’s How I Did It issue, as well as the fascinating business strategy of KeyMe, a startup aiming to disrupt the $10 billion locksmith industry.

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BY Christine Lagorio-Chafkin - 06 Jul 2018

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Welcome to the 176th episode of the Inc. Uncensored podcast, hosted by Inc.'s editor-in-chief James Ledbetter.

This week, Inc.'s executive director of editorial Jon Fine offers some of the highlights of the magazine's annual How I Did It issue. Among them: How Udi Baron reluctantly started selling gluten-free bread, and built an empire out of it; how Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins built an business that's aiming to disrupt the bail-bond industry; and how Alli Webb of Drybar navigated family friction, grew her company fast, and hired new leadership.

Senior writer Christine Lagorio-Chafkin scopes out a new advertising campaign by New York City-based upstart KeyMe, which is taking a bite out of the $10 billion locksmith industry--but also has raised significant security concerns.

The episode wraps with an Exit Interview with Mark Emalfarb, who sold his biotech company Dyadic International to DuPont for $75 million in 2015.

As always, you can listen to individual episodes of the Inc. Uncensored podcast on the Panoply Network or on Apple Podcasts, where you can also subscribe.

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