Today’s guest is Rob Grossberg, co-founder of New York based startup TreSensa . Rob chats to us about being a small player in a huge market and why TreSensa have chosen HTML5 over the traditional app stores.
How do you tell your investorsther business isn’t working? What if they then told you to go and sort it out in 30 days?
We welcome back Apu Gupta of Curalate to discuss the world of startup investing. Apu’s story includes the successful pivot of Storably to Curalate as well as advice for any startup founder looking for the right investor for them.
After turning down an offer to buy their business by Peter Jones, Joe and Jake shifted to the crowdfunding platform of Seedrs and smashed their original investment target in less than a day. In this episode we speak to the guys about their experience on Dragon’s Den and pick their brains on raising investment as a startup.
If you’re interested in investing in Frame Again using Seedrs, click here for more information. For an interview which explains how to become an investor from anywhere using Seedrs, click here. We also have plenty of CEO and Investor interviews on the podcast for you to enjoy.
In this episode we welcome back Lucas Carlson to talk about what he’s learned when it comes to pitching for investment, including insight into the ‘investor mindset’ and tips for those seeking investment.
Here’s a link to all the startup investors we’ve interviewed on the show so far.
As a successful startup founder, Lucas has been through the motions himself, so this is an opportunity to learn from his real life experience. His first interview outlining lessons for startup founders can be found here, and his blog (which I highly recommend) is here.
In this episode we speak to Jack Graham, the CEO and founder of Year Here, a postgraduate leadership programme that challenge Britain’s brightest talents to a year of tackling society’s toughest problems.
The more you learn about Year Here and its mission the more you might consider what would happen if the same energy & talent that goes into traditional tech startup was thrown at social entrepreneurship instead.
If social innovation/entrepreneurship interests you, check out the following resources recommended by Jack:
In today’s episode Alex Dunsdon talks about the importance of big brands and companies creating effective partnerships with technology companies.
The big players like to ‘own’ stuff. And they like to own it 100%. Especially technology and innovation. They like to develop it themselves, which means they own every aspect of it. But it’s slow, difficult in a risk-averse culture, and the chances of success are low. Is there a smarter way, with less risk? Unilver seem to think so.
In this episode I talk to Kim and Dan, the founders of London based agency Saint Digital.
It’s a great chance to ask the guys about the things they wish they knew before going through the whole process and should provide anyone thinking of doing the same thing with some useful takeaways. We discuss hiring the right talent, process and the lovely world of contracts.