In this End Of Season 1 group episode, we sit down to discuss:
1. The highlights of learnings from the guests in Seasons one
2. How Omar is generating 100 new followers a day on social media
3. Phil's entrepreneurial dilemma.
This time it's personal.
With Zak Mir, we explore whether entrepreneurs can trade part time to support their startup dreams. In this episode we discuss:
1. The different types of trading and their pros/cons
2. Is it benefitial to trade part-time?
3. Where & how to start with reduced risk
With an incredible story like this, no wonder James is shaking up the food industry. Having worked in Venture Capital, and then gone on to be a founder and raising Venture Capital, James has some unique hacks into raising money. Listen out for:
1. What is de-risking, and how to do it
2. How to push investors over the line
3. When NOT to raise investment
In this episode with Dreamstake's Founder Paul Dowling, we discuss:
1. What is founder-market fit and why it's so important for angels
2. How to conduct the right tests with your MVP to set yourself up for the next round
3. The next big trends in tech, and where money will be injected.
With a Vipe stick in his hand, beer in the other, sunglasses on and shoes off; me and Phil sit down with the former CMO of JustEat and allround business-playboy Mat Braddy and talk:
- The importance of creating a personality behind your brand
- Why JustEat ran for parliament & kidnapped a chef
- How they managed to turn JustEat into a household name
We then discuss how Mat's new startup RockPamperScissors is planning to usurp the world of haircare.
A very special story edition of Startup Handmedowns in which Russell Hall walks us through his unbelievable life-story from a cab driver to founder of Hailo Cabs- Europe’s BIGGEST startup, which is now valued at over $1Billion.
There’s ups, there’s downs, and a whole lot of comedy in-between.
So sit back, strap in, and enjoy the journey!
Matt Lerner, London Distro Parnter of world's largest VC fund- 500 Startups- talks us through his experiences on learning how to manage people. Highlighted topics we discuss:
1) The secrets to becoming a great manager
2) What’s a more effective way to guide your business- by human feeling or by numbers
3) The types of people he invests in
Enjoy the episode
Today me & Phil get a complete guide on how to do our own PR from Seedcamp's Communications & Marketing Manager, and host of Geek-Girl Podcast, Cathy White. With her background in leading PR agencies, and getting press in the likes of Techcrunch, she is the ideal candidate to answer all of our lingering PR questions. We discuss:
1. Should you do your own PR vs hiring a PR agency
2. How to catch a journalists' attention and build a relationship
3. How to create a story that the world will share
Today me & Phil speak to serial founder of multiple million-dollar companies and techstars mentor Conrad Poulson about:
1) How he raised £15m for Xtempus
2) Why it was a terrible mistake and his learnings
3) How to win high-hitting partnership
In this episode we learn:
1. Conducting a kpi-centered approach to marketing
2. The most efficient marketing channels
3. How to know when your mvp is ready for launch.
Ed gives pure marketing gold guys, enjoy the episode!
In this episode we talk to Varun Chawla, founder of the incubator 91Springboard about starting a tech business abroad, and how to streamline & hack your way to success in an international market.
In this episode, we talk to serial entrepreneur Oleg Fomenko, about creating an entrepreneurial career path, and bouncing back from setbacks.
In this episode, we talk to Venture Capitalist Anton Derlyatka about common mistakes while raising investment, and strategies to catch the interest of the top VC firms.
This episode is all about us, Ranbir, Phil & Teej, and our lives leading upto this podcast. (Viewer discretion: Innuendo Abundancy).
1. How he secured 18 grants to launch his business
2. How he got press in the likes of Bloomberg and the Financial Times before even launching
3. How he managed being younger than all of the people he employs