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”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]


”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]


Hire People Smarter Than You to Solve Problems Mobot Founder & CEO Eden Full Goh

Hire People Smarter Than You to Solve Problems

Mobot Founder & CEO Eden Full Goh

If you’re a fan of sci-fi, you’ll expect robots will one day rule the world. Thanks to tech startup Mobot, we’re a little closer to that day. The young company is changing QA for mobile apps by using robots to test apps in ways that imitate the way that humans actually use those apps. [Read More]


“To Be Successful, First Niche Down” Superb Founder & CEO Zaedo Musa

“To Be Successful, First Niche Down”

Superb Founder & CEO Zaedo Musa

The pandemic has been terrible for the restaurant industry. But that hasn’t stopped tech startup Superb or its founder and CEO Zaedo Musa. Superb is a guest experience management platform that created the first OS for restaurants. Despite this being a tough time for restaurants, Superb has found great traction and is being used by restaurants worldwide. [Read More]


“If You Play It Safe, You Never Win” Tanaza Founder & CEO Sebastiano Bertani

“If You Play It Safe, You Never Win”

Tanaza Founder & CEO Sebastiano Bertani

The growth of the Internet has been nothing but amazing. Since I sent my first email from a unix terminal in 1992 (using ‘vi’!), we’ve seen the Internet over 50 billion (!) new “things” connect. With people using so many IoT devices and facing cyber-security threats, it’s more important than ever for networks to be properly managed. That’s where Milan-based tech startup Tanaza comes in. They provide a smarter and cheaper alternative for network solutions, empowering both internal and external IT departments with their software. [Read More]


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