Tech is eating the world. 🌎 Venture capital veterans discuss some of society’s most universal concepts (such as travel, food, and communities) and how they relate to the world of tech startups. New episodes every other week.
Some of the most interesting conversations and meetings we’ve ever had were informal, unplanned, or in the context of casual networking. While technology has helped us easily work from home during the pandemic, it has not replaced a crucial part of our jobs: networking.
In this episode, Mark Skapinker and Jacques Perreault discuss what it’s been like to network with fellow VCs and entrepreneurs during the pandemic, and question what can help fill in the gaps.
Depending on who you ask, working from home can be a comfort or a challenge. But one thing is for sure: many of us have started to rethink what work and productivity will look like in the future.
In this episode, Mark and Éléonore predict 3 tech opportunities for the future of work.
Mark Skapinker poses the question: who is going to come out as the winner in the grocery and food delivery world?
Mark and Sophie discuss some of the challenges that food retailers face, and how technology can fill in the gaps.
Sophie Forest, tech travel investor for 20+ years, talks about what tech travel companies need to do to outlast the current crisis, and what market opportunities might exist post-pandemic for those who survive.