The NXT Entrepreneur

NXT 114 - Chris Meaux | BoomNation, Mallard Bay, Waitr

June 08, 2023 Andrew McLindon Season 3 Episode 114
The NXT Entrepreneur
NXT 114 - Chris Meaux | BoomNation, Mallard Bay, Waitr
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Chris Meaux is Chairman of the Board at Boom Nation Inc and Mallard Bay. He was also one of the Founders of the food delivery service app, Waitr. Chris was at the forefront of technology, starting out building computers to diving into his corporate career at Hyundai Electronics and then Macafee right after graduating from Louisiana State University. Later he went on to start and end multiple business ventures; finally getting his big break with the idea of Waitr, stemming from one of his previous businesses - Meaux 2 Geaux - and another idea from a college student at an entrepreneurial startup weekend in Florida. So many stories in this episode and we appreciate Chris for being honest when sharing his journey, not skipping over the failures along the way.

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The NXT Entrepreneur Podcast shares the stories of an entrepreneur’s journey and the lessons learned from the successes as well as the failures. We want to share all of the stories from the rejections to the huge wins, the long hours, and the ultimate payoff. The journey is many times dramatic, sometimes unbelievable but always fascinating. It’s all about the stories; pull up a chair and listen.

NXT Intro
b1BANK Commercial
Guest Introductions
Young Entrepreneur
Building Computers
Corporate Life
Back to the US
McAfee Garage
Exiting Corporate Life
Castro Real Estate Services
MBD Automation
Post Dot Com Bust
Swearing of Technology
Restaurant Business
Spark for Waitr
Louisiana Swashbucklers
Startup Weekend
Advice From Steve Case
MFB Firm
Convincing Restaurant
People Build Companies
The Buyout
College Student Founders
Post Waitr
Mallard Bay
Closing Remarks