LeBron And Maverick Carter’s Uninterrupted Ranked In Top 50 Hottest Startups By LinkedIn

Kevin Mwanza
Written by Kevin Mwanza
LeBron James’ company Uninterrupted has been recognized by LinkedIn as a popular startup for job seekers. NBA superstar LeBron James (left) and LRMR CEO Maverick Carter share insight into the importance of authenticity in fan engagement at the SapientNitro Idea Exchange with Fenway Sports Management at Fenway Park in Boston, MA, Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. (Cheryl Senter/AP Images)

Uninterrupted, the athlete-focused entertainment brand created by basketball great LeBron James and partner Maverick Carter, was named among Linkedin’s hottest startups where Americans want to work.

LinkedIn ranked 50 top startups in the U.S. that are popular with job seekers.

Positions in startups are seen as opportunities to get in on the ground floor of new and innovative companies that provide diversity and growth.

LeBron increasing Uninterrupted’s global presence

James and Carter’s startup has been producing U.S.-based programming on HBO featuring sports stars discussing sports, music, world events and business.

Uninterrupted recently moved into Canada after forming a partnership with Drake and is looking to widen its audience after reports emerged linking James’ firm with European soccer champions Liverpool.

Snowflake, a company that helps businesses move their data to the cloud, was ranked No. 1 by LinkedIn among the startups.

Snowflake almost tripled its employee count in 2018 to more than 1,000 workers and boosted its revenue by more than twofold.

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Other startups that made the ranking included Dosist, a company that makes a cannabis dose pen designed to reduce pain, inflammation, and insomnia; and Samsara, a firm that uses hardware and analytical software to increase efficiency in industries including logistics and food production.