Framebridge: Susan Tynan Susan Tynan's experience in the ephemeral e-market of LivingSocial made her want to start a business that she could touch and feel. After being charged $1600 to frame four posters at her local framing store, she decided to create a mail-order framing company that offers fewer designs at lower prices. Framebridge is now five years old and still feeling growing pains, but is slowly reshaping the rules of a rigid industry. PLUS in our postscript "How You Built That," we check back with Len Testa, who created an app that uses real-time data to help people avoid long lines at Orlando area theme parks. (Original broadcast date: November 27, 2017)
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Framebridge: Susan Tynan

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Framebridge: Susan Tynan

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Susan Tynan is the founder of Framebridge.
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Susan Tynan's experience in the ephemeral e-market of LivingSocial made her want to start a business that she could touch and feel.

After being charged $1600 to frame four posters at her local framing store, she decided to create a mail-order framing company that offers fewer designs at lower prices.

Framebridge is now five years old and still feeling growing pains, but is slowly reshaping the rules of a rigid industry.

How You Built That

We check back with Len Testa, who created an app that uses real-time data to help people avoid long lines at Orlando area theme parks.

How You Built That: Touring Plans

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