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Published: September 14, 2020

Tech Entrepreneur Nicholas Hinrichsen Is Latest Guest on UT Podcast, Enfactor

Tech entrepreneur Nicholas Hinrichsen is the latest guest on The University of Tampa Lowth Entrepreneurship Center podcast, EnFactor. He appears on the Sept. 9 episode called “Take Big Risks and Just Get Started.”  

View from the verandah of the Lowth Entrepreneurship Center
The podcast can be streamed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast, Podbean and most podcast platforms.

EnFactor is hosted by Rebecca White, the James W. Walter Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship, a professor of entrepreneurship and the director of the Lowth Entrepreneurship Center.

Hinrichsen is the co-founder of WithClutch.com, a fully digital platform that lets car owners refinance auto loans from the comfort of their own home, and Carlypso, which was sold to Carvana.com in 2017.

EnFactor debuted in November 2019 and features guest entrepreneurs (some of whom are UT alumni) across many backgrounds to discuss their journeys as entrepreneurs, through both successes and failures. The goal is to inspire listeners.

Other EnFactor guests have included Jason Feifer, the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur Magazine, Kevin Harrington, a serial entrepreneur and an original “shark” from the television series Shark Tank, and Nick Friedman, a co-founder of College Hunks Hauling Junk.

The podcast can be streamed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast, Podbean and most podcast platforms. The blogs and podcasts are also available at enfactorpodcast.com.


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