Gordon Daily, ’00 Case Western, always had an entrepreneurial spirit, but he never let it take center stage. That is, until he founded live-streaming startup BoxCast.

Daily left his job at Rockwell Automation, where he had spent more than a decade in a variety of roles, to lead the company full-time.

Daily spent middle and high school in Pennsylvania, but Case Western Reserve University’s baseball team ultimately brought him to Cleveland. He wanted to be a baseball player, but realized he needed a plan B when he didn’t get signed. That led him to Rockwell, where he learned the importance of automation in minimizing the amount of mistakes a person can make.

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