Whether its your first company, or your 12th, starting a business is hard. Since this is a path Upile and I felt that pain and continue to feel it. In order to improve our chances of success, we reached out to dozens of serial entrepreneurs and asked them questions. Instead of just having coffee however, we recorded the conversations so you can benefit. There is a new episode each week, and each episode is about 20-30 mins. Have a listen, and let us know what you think!
FIM or For Inquisitive Minds is a podcast interviewing top researchers, PhD students and other academics on their cutting edge research. We break down each topic so it is easy for anyone to pick up, and then build up the knowledge base so everyone can understand the respective theses and purposes of each interview. Topics covered include human rights, machine learning, cancer research, health informatics, energy storage, quantum computing and more!
Yariv is the CEO of Leap Gaming. He started the company with little idea of the industry and followed a non-traditional path. He talks about why competition is not enough, and you should aim for domination in your industry. He also mentions why listening to the users isn't always the best way to innovate, and sometimes you have to put your ideas out there.
Starting a mobile agency is one thing, but building trust while working abroad is another. Victor details his thinking process and explains why he chose this business and how he built it. There are some good takeaways for anyone looking into the services business, or offshoring any of their work. You can find Victor on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victorpurolnik/
Todays episode features our first female serial entrepreneur and wow has she done a lot. From a media mogul to fitness studio company and beyond. Its a long podcast, but every minute includes some pearls of serial entrepreneurship wisdom. Let us know what you think!
There are few people who are born hustlers and Victor Guixer Martin is definitely one of them. He has tried his hand at multiple different startups and finally settled on one he really likes. He talks about the financial side of working in a startup and what it takes to launch it successfully. Its a unique take on entrepreneurship, not only because he's young, but because his focused on new technology and he comes from a country not always known for innovation - Spain! Check it out and let us know what you think!
Today we chat with Donovan Yang aka Goldenboi. He's a young shark looking to disrupt the way marketing and influencing takes place. Don talks to us about his mindset and what he thinks it takes to succeed. Its great talking to young entrepreneurs because their optimism and hunger is still very much alive. Have a listen and let us know what you think!
Todays episode features Avaneesh Shivananda, founder of a gaming company with a background in both the UK and India. Avaneesh has started a few businesses and he understands the value of hustling. We apologise for a bit of the noise issue in this episode, but the content is amazing. Have a listen and let us know what you think!
In part 2 we dive into how Larry is building his current business and what some of the mechanics are. If you're interested in the venture space, this might be a good one for you! You can learn more about him on his LinkedIn here: www.linkedin.com/in/larrylau/
In this episode we interview Larry Lau, a long time entrepreneur, turned investor and then turned back into an entrepreneur. We discuss some of the amazing work he has done from being a success in high school, to starting a venture studio like model currently. You can learn more about him on his LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/larrylau/
In this episode we chat with Ken Yang, a serial entrepreneur with a very interesting start. He's super young and already launched a number of ventures with various companies. In this episode he talks about how he started, why he wants to be an entrepreneur, and what roadblocks he had to get over to be where he is.
Learn more about Ken here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kenyang-jdmba/
Ken talks about what it was like being interviewed by Steve Mann and his latest startup. He mentions why blockchain is blowing up and why this is an area he wants to invest his time in. Ken also gives us some good advice on how to proceed down this path.
This is our first podcast episode..ever. Be merciful.
In this episode we talk about why we are starting a podcast on serial entrepreneurship. Both of us have worked on a number of different ideas but felt there was something missing. We wanted to learn from successful entrepreneurs who have started multiple companies. Instead of asking them for a coffee, we decided to record our conversations and offer our learnings to the world.
This episode focuses on what we've worked on, what entrepreneurship means to us, what kinds of questions we'll ask, and what inspires entrepreneurs to create. We talk about the mix of corporate, university and startup work, and provide some inspirations to those on our path.
Let us know what you think!
We're chatting with Vahid Jozi on what it takes to become a serial entrepreneur. Vahid has worked on multiple ideas across Canada and Iran, and he also invests in various companies. He talks about his framework for starting a business, what we need to be successful, and his overall journey.
Check out his full profile here https://www.linkedin.com/in/vahidjozi/