In this episode, we talk to Simon Ritchie, CEO of Blox, an early-stage startup aiming to make financial modelling more accessible to businesses of all sizes. We learn how they took a ‘spreadsheet problem’ and developed an intuitive platform that allows businesses to rapidly create financial models and make better business decisions without needing a degree in finance.
How many start-ups and scale-ups really understand their responsibility for data compliance, and why does it matter? In this episode with Mitchell Omer from Trust Keith, we learn some important lessons that founders should take away on the importance and benefit of managing data properly as well as what it takes to build and market a data protection platform.
In this episode we talk to Mahyad, founder and CEO of SigmaOS, and discuss why the world needs a new type of browser and the value of taking a truly product-led approach to development and growth.
In this episode, we talk to digital identity company founder Mohamed Fagiri and learn how to strategically find opportunity in a global marketplace. We also learn how to approach a new venture with family and responsibilities and some of the personal challenges and decision making process involved.
In this episode, we meet Dan Yates, CEO, and co-founder of Greener, a platform that helps businesses create a sustainable supply chain, a problem that’s becoming more important for businesses and customers alike.
In this episode with Matthew Vamplew, we learn what it takes to launch a mental health tech startup during a pandemic, the value of grant funding, and how to adapt your proposition in response to the market and opportunity.
In this episode, I talk with Matt Franklin, founder of Payaca, a new job management platform for service providers. We discuss innovating within a company and using that experience to launch a startup as well as why the customers you start serving may not be the customers you are now trying to attract.
In this episode, we talk to Adrian Mitchell, the founder of Brijj, a data management platform for data teams. We discuss the importance of taking a research-led approach to validating the business idea and how that can help get early adopters on board.
Creating a startup based on first hand experience of problems in the legal sector. We discuss what it takes to take a problem experience first-hand and then build a product and find an audience for your new product.
Build quick vs build slow and disrupt?
Some truly disruptive innovations take time, and on this episode we look at what it takes to build a truly cutting edge pscholinguistic technology, and why most conversational applications of technology to psychology are ineffective.