Don’t Be All Things to All People InRule Cofounders Rik Chomko & Loren Goodman

Don’t Be All Things to All People

InRule Cofounders Rik Chomko & Loren Goodman

Is your startup eager to expand to new markets and offer different products? Well, InRule cofounder Rik Chomko warns not to be “all things to all people.” Find out what he means on this week’s episode the Midstage Startup Momentum Podcast with Roland Siebelink. [Read More]


Cofounder Relationship: A Fundamental Determinant of Success Redox Cofounder Luke Bonney and James Lloyd

Cofounder Relationship: A Fundamental Determinant of Success

Redox Cofounder Luke Bonney and James Lloyd

Does the success of your startup begin and end with your co-founder relationship? Redox co-founders Luke Bonney and James Lloyd believe that the health of the co-founder relationship is critical to company success. Listen to their explanation on this week’s episode of the Midstage Startup Momentum Podcast with Roland Siebelink. [Read More]


We’re Not in the Business of Building Huge Teams Kafoodle Cofounder and CEO Tarryn Gorre

We’re Not in the Business of Building Huge Teams

Kafoodle Cofounder and CEO Tarryn Gorre

While it might be the instinct of a startup to go it alone, it’s not always the right decision. UK-based startup Kafoodle recognized early on that it would be important to forge meaningful partnerships. Listen to Kafoodle co-founder Tarryn Gorre speak with Roland Siebelink about the importance of partnerships on this week’s episode of the Midstage Startup Momentum Podcast. [Read More]


Hire From the Field You Want to Attack LuxTag Cofounders Rene Bernard & Jeff McDonald

Hire From the Field You Want to Attack

LuxTag Cofounders Rene Bernard & Jeff McDonald

In the startup world, the use case typically comes before there is a solution. But what happens when there is great technology before there is a problem to solve with it? To find out, listen to LuxTag co-founders Rene Bernard and Jeff McDonald on the latest episode of the Midstage Startup Momentum Podcast with Roland Siebelink. [Read More]


How to Align with Natural, Unfair Advantages Emesent Cofounders Stefan Hrabar and Farid Kendoul

How to Align with Natural, Unfair Advantages

Emesent Cofounders Stefan Hrabar and Farid Kendoul

At the time when tech startup Emesent launched its first product, there was a “pent-up demand” for it. How did co-founders Stefan Hrabar and Farid Kendoul create that kind of demand immediately after launching their product? Find out on this week’s episode of the Midstage Startup Momentum Podcast with Roland Siebelink. [Read More]


”Be Inherently Excited and Driven by the Underlying Market” Livepeer Co-Founder and CEO Doug Petkanics

”Be Inherently Excited and Driven by the Underlying Market”

Livepeer Co-Founder and CEO Doug Petkanics

Video platforms are everywhere nowadays, and that’s a trend that doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. Livepeer is hoping to build open video infrastructure for the world using blockchain and open-source technology. It’s a lofty and ambitious goal, but Livepeer has already started to make headway. [Read More]


Why so Many Midstage Startups Fail to Raise the Next Round Midstage Momentum Method

Why so Many Midstage Startups Fail to Raise the Next Round

Midstage Momentum Method

It’s estimated that after receiving seed funding, roughly half of midstage startups will fail to reach each subsequent round of fundraising. That means only a small fraction survive long enough to raise a Series C or D. But why are so many startups losing momentum in the midstage and struggling to survive? There are a lot of reasons why this happens, but on the bright side, there are just as many ways to avoid this fate. [Read More]


”The Best Technology Does Not Equate to Big Sales” Capbase Co-Founder and CEO Greg Miaskiewicz

”The Best Technology Does Not Equate to Big Sales”

Capbase Co-Founder and CEO Greg Miaskiewicz

One of the first lessons all founders learn is that it takes more than a good product to build a company. For example, there are a lot of confusing legal documents that startups need to get off the ground. Fortunately, Capbase is around to help founders who can’t afford a high-priced lawyer with the legal side of starting a company. [Read More]


”Create an Ecosystem Where Everybody Wins” Latent AI Co-founders Jags Kandasamy and Sek Chai

”Create an Ecosystem Where Everybody Wins”

Latent AI Co-founders Jags Kandasamy and Sek Chai

When should your startup start nurturing partnerships? According to Latent AI co-founder Jags Kandasamy, it’s never too soon to start educating partners who may be able to help you at a later date. Listen to his explanation on this week’s episode of the Silicon Valley Momentum Podcast with Roland Siebelink. [Read More]


“Talk to as Many People as You Can—and They Will Help You” Neo Founders Laurent Descout & Emmanuel Anton

“Talk to as Many People as You Can—and They Will Help You”

Neo Founders Laurent Descout & Emmanuel Anton

They say that slow and steady wins the race, but how many tech startups succeed with a patient approach? Cash management startup Neo is a shining example of slow and steady winning the race. While waiting two years for regulatory clearance, Neo built a huge customer base before they could even sell. Now they are poised to reap the rewards. [Read More]