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Inter:views | Cracking The Entrepreneurship Code
34 minutes | 2 days ago
Inter:views 38 | Dre Baldwin | Work On Your Game Inc | USA
I Knew I'd Become and Entrepreneur Dre is a former professional basketball player who turned entrepreneur. He created Work On Your Game Inc to help people apply what sports had taught him into their lives and businesses. The story started back in 2005 when he published his first video on a brand new platform called You Tube. We talk about how social media and the Internet have transformed the business landscape, how they helped me become who he is today and why entrepreneurship makes so much sense for him. A lot of relevant content for all generations!
41 minutes | 9 days ago
Inter:views 37 | Maria Tanjala | FilmChain | UK
Having Conversations Is Absolutely Key I love learning new stuff. Maria, co-founded FilmChain to solve an issue within the film industry that I would never have imagined existed. You'll have to listen to find out. One thing I can tell you though: once again, purpose shows its true power when it comes to entrepreneurship. Also on this episode: the importance of having conversations, finding the right co-founder and hiring the right team, as well as how designing a road map (2 actually) is critical.
33 minutes | 16 days ago
Inter:views 36 | Oliver Weiss | Co-Founder, Mecasa | Germany
What I Do Feels Goddam Right! I'm on a quest to crack the entrepreneurship code and Oliver is on a quest to build an online platform that matches seniors with caregivers all across Europe. Oliver co-founded Mecasa in 2016 and has been bootstrapping it with public funding since. In this episode: why finding your purpose feels good, how to create an environment of trust, the importance of data collection and what's it going to take to scale the business up to 200 people. Another passionate and ambitious entrepreneur.
35 minutes | 23 days ago
Inter:views 35 | Veronica Mihai | Entrepreneur & Investor | UK
I Found Freedom Veronica started her entrepreneurship journey more than 12 years ago because she had to survive. She was immediately hooked. In this episode, we talk about the importance of finding your skills, cash management, relationships and we go deep into the power of resilience. Bonus: Veronica demystifies blockchain and cryptocurrency for the ignorant like myself.
34 minutes | a month ago
Inter:views 34 | Andries De Vos | Slash | Singapore
Make Your Business Investable Would you like to understand how to successfully raise money for your business? Should you go after a VC, an angel investor, or other types of investors? Then listen to Andries De Vos, the co-founder and CEO of Slash, an hi-tech Startup Studio. We also talk about the importance of the founders' vision, operating a business remotely as well as the challenges associated with partnering with your spouse. A no-fluff conversation.
37 minutes | a month ago
Inter:views 33 | Kashmira Mody | Learning Essence | India
Give Yourself The Permission To Fail This week, we're going to India to meet Kashmira, Principal Coach and Founder of Learning Essence. From electrical engineering to coaching, there's one gap that she bridged. We explored emotional intelligence (especially permission to fail and power within oneself) as well as the entrepreneurship differences between emerging markets ("need to survive") and advanced economies ("need to thrive"). A beautiful conversation, really.
33 minutes | a month ago
Inter:views 32 | Adam Posner | NHP Talent Group | USA
You Need To Crawl Before You Walk 3 years ago, Adam Posner founded NHP Talent Group, a talent access consultancy, and he's been on a mission to succeed since. Once again, there's tons of good and practical stuff in this episode. We talk: recruitment, business development, coaching (Yes!), tenacity, and how to be invaluable. Bonus: If you're from a time when telephone still had cords, you're going to enjoy it.
31 minutes | 2 months ago
Inter:views 31 | Roxana Nasoi | Strategic Advocate | Romania
Build Things That Make You Proud of Who You Are Roxana is a busy entrepreneur. She started as a free-lance consultant and eventually founder her start-up in the health care industry. She tells us about the differences between working in a service industry as a solo-preneur and building a product with a team. She's also very active in promoting women entrepreneurship, and I was really happy to discuss gender issues with her. We also talked about time management, finding clarity and life purpose... A great menu!
37 minutes | 2 months ago
Inter:views 29 | Anita Toth | Churn Consultant | Canada
Customers Just Don't Leave For 1 Reason Meet Anita Toth. She specializes in churn and help B2B SaaS companies grow. If you want to know about customer retention then you should tune in. The secret: listen more to your customers and understand their WHYs. She also shares her adventures of ups and downs on the way to become who she is today. More about her consulting business: https://anitatoth.ca/
38 minutes | 2 months ago
Inter:views 28 | Brian Mac Mahon | Expert Dojo | USA
It's All About Communication Warning: this podcast is full of content that every entrepreneurs should listen to. Meet Brian Mac Mahon, Head Honcho at Expert Dojo, an early-stage accelerator. He tells us about the realities of building and successfully growing a business, and how communication - as well as an amazing product - is key. More about Expert Dojo: https://expertdojo.com/
38 minutes | 3 months ago
Inter:views 27 | Zuzana Dobrovolna | zuzanadobro.com | UK
A Product Is Never 100% Ready Zuzana Dobrovolna was born a communist kid. It has taught her to continuously step out her comfort zone in life and at work. It has definitely influenced her career as a Design Thinker. In this episode, she talks about the importance of developing resilience by exposing oneself to new "flavors". We also dig down into the principles of design thinking and why a product can never be 100% ready. More about Zuzanna: https://zuzanadobro.com/ If you'd like to be a guest: firstname.lastname@example.org
34 minutes | 5 months ago
Inter:views #24 | Anna Juusela | WeEncourage | Finland
Overcome Your Fear, Go For It! Anna is the Founder and CEO of WeEncourage, a fundraising platform and open source AI tool that helps empower women. She went from a retail business into building something she had 0 experience about. The calling to make an impact was too strong, she could not resist. It's one of the most inspiring conversations I've had. We talked a lot about resilience, overcoming fear, failure and how routines can build efficiency. More about WeEncourage: https://encourage.fi/ Inter:views is sponsored by BERTOLI Digital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 email@example.com
34 minutes | 5 months ago
Inter:views #23 | Tom Hayton | Germany & UK
We Don't Exercise Our Storytelling Muscle Enough Tom helps tech businesses telling their stories in a more creative and engaging way. We cover in details 2 key questions: Why is it often difficult to describe our business to others? What makes a good story (cues: tension and relability)? Also on this episode: how to scale up a small business, and why you shouldn't neglect your health for the sake of your business. More about Tom: https://www.tomhayton.com/ Inter:views is sponsored by BERTOLI Digital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 firstname.lastname@example.org
29 minutes | 5 months ago
Inter:views #22 | Heloise Buckland | HUSK Ventures |Cambodia
Do The Uncomfortable Work, Serve Others First Heloise is an impact-driven passionate entrepreneur. She's the CEO and co-Founder of Husk Ventures, a social enterprise that aims at improving livelihoods of small farmers by turning rice husk into biochar. She tells us all about this fascinating topic. She also shares practical key entrepreneurship lessons, in particular, how asking the right question could have saved the business 1 year. More about Husk Ventures: http://www.huskventures.com/ Inter:views is sponsored by BERTOLI Digital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 email@example.com
28 minutes | 5 months ago
Inter:views #21 | Kirsi Ekberg | ViLike | Finland
Follow Your Intuition and Never Give Up If you want to know what it takes to be impact-driven and persevere, don't miss this episode! Meet Kirsi, the Founder of ViLike. She's passionate about using technology to make people physically move. Her crazy entrepreneur journey began at the university. Crazy because she lost all the data twice! Which means she started her company from scratch 3 times! This is her story. More about ViLike: https://vilike.fi/ Inter:views is sponsored by BERTOLI Digital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 firstname.lastname@example.org
37 minutes | 6 months ago
Interviews #20 | Richard Burrage | Cimigo | Vietnam & Indonesia
Take Time Out To Reflect On Significant Decisions Richard is the Founder and Managing Director of Cimigo, a market research agency operating in Vietnam and Indonesia. He defines himself as a curious mind, which brought him to Asia in the early 90's. We talk about the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur in a region that has been changing fast, and how ego can get in your way. This episode also includes the biggest mistake I've ever heard and the client's amazing reaction. More about Cimigo: https://www.cimigo.com/en/ Inter:views is sponsored by BERTOLI Digital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 email@example.com
38 minutes | 6 months ago
Interviews #19 | Berta Lazáro | Team Labs | Spain
A Leader Is Invisible But Available Berta is a designer and entrepreneur at heart. She's the co-founder of TeamLabs, a campus of innovation and entrepreneurship. As Berta says: "Entrepreneurship cannot be taught, you need to live it." She tells us about the importance of learning, and how entrepreneurship is the most important educational tool of our time. More about TeamLabs: https://www.teamlabs.es/ Inter:views is sponsored by BERTOLI Digital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 firstname.lastname@example.org
34 minutes | 6 months ago
Inter:views #18 | Ville Simola| Maria01| Finland
Entrepreneurship Is A Sense Of Ownership Ville is Maria01 CEO, the largest start-up campus in Finland. A former entrepreneur himself, today his clients are all entrepreneurs. In this episode, we talk about how his motto drives his life, entrepreneurship mindset, leadership, challenges and recipes for success. He also tells us about the start-up scene. More about Maria01: https://maria.io/ Inter:views is sponsored by BERTOLI Digital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 email@example.com
1 minutes | 6 months ago
Inter:views #16 | Bob Chua | BlinQ | Malaysia
Discipline Is Everything Meet Bob Chua, the founder of the Asian e-commerce platform BlinQ. We cover 1 fundamental of structuring a business: being disciplined. He also tells us about how he created and successfully exited Pulse Group PLC, prior to his current venture. Find out more about Bob's company: https://www.blinq.fashion Inter:views is sponsored by @BERTOLIDigital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 firstname.lastname@example.org
34 minutes | 7 months ago
Inter:views #17| | Chris Elkin| Doodle Brands | Vietnam
Every Employee Is A Designer Of Value For Clients Chris is a successful entrepreneur. He is the founder of Doodle Brands and specializes in human-centered design. He believes that any business issue starts with how to add value to your customers. Listen to him to find out why and how it should be done. More about Chris' business: https://doodlebrands.co/ Inter:views is sponsored by BERTOLI Digital, a Wix website's agency built for Startups, Individuals and SMEs. Would you like to be a guest? 👉 email@example.com
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