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This week on the program, a conversation with Bedrock Capital Founder Geoff Lewis. Bedrock makes investments in search of narrative violations and boasts a portfolio including Lyft, Wish, The Athletic, Canva and Clearco to name a few. In this episode, we discuss what are narrative violations, bitcoin being the world's first financial religion and w…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Levels Co-Founder/CEO Sam Corcos. Levels is a prominent startup on a mission to solve the metabolic health crisis. In this episode, we discuss navigating co-founder dynamics, shipping software and talking to customers, and why Levels has been dedicated to remote work, even pre-pandemic. This conversatio…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Soapbox Founder/CEO Brennan ‍McEachran. Soapbox helps managers have better one-on-ones, team meetings and discussions. In this episode, we discuss raising venture investment too early, how to get closer to product-market fit, and the unique challenges of scaling a startup in Canada. This conversation wa…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Jeff Adamson, the Co-Founder of SkipTheDishes and Neo Financial. Skip is a popular Canadian food delivery startup acquired by Just Eat in 2016 for over 200 million dollars. Neo Financial is a challenger bank that has raised over 50 million dollars based in Calgary, Alberta. In this episode, we discuss J…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with O2E Brands Founder/CEO Brian Scudamore. O2E is a collection of brands including 1800 Got Junk, Wow 1 Day Painting and Shack Shine, which together are worth over half a billion dollars. In this episode, we discuss Brian's decision to drop out of school to become a junkman, working on NOT in your business…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with GT's Living Foods Founder and CEO GT Dave. GT is the king of Kombucha. Having introduced the drink to U.S consumers in the late 90s, his company currently controls over 40% of the U.S Kombucha market. Furthermore, GT is primarily credited with the popularization of the drink in North America. In this ep…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Creator and Investor Jack Kirchman AKA NASJAQ. Jack is a creator and angel investor who has amassed an audience of over 800k on TikTok, known for his informative yet engaging videos covering all things hard tech startups. In this episode, we discuss how Jack got his start as a creator, why focus exclusi…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Homebrew Co-Founder and Partner Hunter Walk. Homebrew is a San Francisco-based venture firm that boasts a portfolio, including Chime, Anchor, Cruise, Cheddar, and the only Stir. In this episode, we discuss the inception of Homebrew, navigating hype cycles as a venture investor and why Hunter believes fo…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Figma Co-Founder and CEO Dylan Field. Figma is a collaborative design tool trusted by companies like Slack, Twitter, Dropbox, Square, and the New York Times. In this episode, we discuss Dylan's experience dropping out of University and becoming a Theil Fellow, raising 4 million dollars at 19 to start Fi…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Cocoon Co-Founder and CEO Sachin Monga. Cocoon is a messaging app for sharing daily life with your closest groups. In this episode, we discuss Sachin's learnings at Facebook, building a consumer social app in 2021, and what are Sachin's plans as it pertains to the the future of Cocoon. This conversation…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Brud Co-Founder and CEO Trevor McFedries. Trevor was an artist in his past life who went on to Co-Found Brud, a transmedia studio that creates digital character-driven story worlds. The startup rose to prominence alongside one of its characters, a robot influencer named Lil Miquela. Miquela has nearly 3…
 
This week, a conversation with 21-year-old Entrepreneur Sheridan Clayborne. Sheridan is the Co-Founder of Lendtable, a startup that gives cash advances to help individuals get their employer 401(k) match and ESPP. In this episode, we discuss Sheridan's university education at 15, starting a company during a pandemic, raising money from TikTok stars…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Senior Tech Crunch Writer Anthony Ha! Anthony covers a wide range of topics at TechCrunch, including media and advertising. As a result, in this episode, we discussed media/tech trends in 2020, and we attempt to predict the future as it pertains to media/tech in 2021. This conversation was recorded on J…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with the Founder and CEO of Jubilee Media, Jason Y. Lee. Jubilee is a digital media company creating thought-provoking content primarily for their YouTube Channel, which has amassed over 5 million subscribers and over 1.1 billion views. In this episode, we discuss Jason's entry point into the world of media,…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Moment CEO Tim Kendall. Tim is a silicon valley veteran who, in 2006, joined Facebook as their Director Of Monetization, eventually leaving Facebook to become the President of Pinterest in 2015. However, you may also recognize Tim from his appearance in the hit Netflix Documentary, The Social Dilemma. I…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Trufan Co-Founder/CEO Swish Goswami. Trufan is a social intelligence platform, and Swish is a 23-year-old tech entrepreneur who started the company with fellow builder Aanikh Kler. In this episode, we discuss Swish's origin story, burnout while building a company, what Swish's professional ambitions are…
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Stir Co-Founder/CEO Joe Albanese. Stir is a startup aimed at building tools for creators and their collaborators and empowers them to run great businesses. The company has raised around 4m in seed funding to date from notable investors, including YouTube Luminaries Casey Neistat and Mythical Media, in a…
 
Today on the show, a conversation with Remote First Capital Founder Andreas Klinger. Andreas is a VC investing in the future of work but was introduced to the world of Silicon Valley as the CTO of Product Hunt, where from 2014 - 2018, he helped the company scale from a handful of beta testers to millions of users, which ultimately resulted in a sal…
 
Today on the program, a conversation with an entrepreneur i've known for a while now, truLOCAL Co-Founder and CEO Marc Lafleur. truLOCAL is a sustainable monthly meat subscription service operating across Canada. I got introduced to the company when I was. 14 years old, at a truLOCAL popup booth at a random Lululemon in Toronto. 4 years later, truL…
 
On today's podcast, a conversation with Venture Capitalist Turned Creator, Garry Tan. Garry is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Initialized Capital, a venture firm Garry started with Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian in 2011. With past investments in companies including Instacart, Coinbase and Cruise, Initialized boasts a combined market cap t…
 
This week, a conversation about education, climate, startups and everything in between with Albert Wenger. Albert is a partner at Union Square Ventures, a top-tier venture firm with early investments in companies like Twitter, Etsy, Duolingo, Tumblr, Indeed & Twilio, to name a few. His thoughts and ideas regarding tech, investing, and even climate …
 
This week, a conversation with entrepreneur, podcaster and investor Ben Gilbert, who, in 2015, started two entities. The first is Pioneer Square Labs, a startup studio that builds and invests in early-stage companies. And the second transcends the walls of startup incubation as Ben teamed up with a venture capitalist named David Rosenthall and laun…
 
This week on the pod, a conversation with Domm Holland, the Co-Founder & CEO of Fast. Fast is a service that enables eCommerce sites to turn on Fast 1 Click Checkout and Login, which like implied, allows customers to login and checkout with the click of a button, something previously limited major players like Amazon. Fast launched publicly on Sept…
 
This week, a conversation with Canny Co-Founder Sarah Hum. Canny is a fascinating product designed for other startups to capture feedback in one organized place, which can inform your product decisions, all while simplifying the feedback process. The company was founded in 2017 and has intentionally taken 0 dollars from investors; however, recently…
 
This week, I converse with Taylor Neiman, the co-founder of Toucan, a browser extension that enables you to learn a new language by surfing the web, without even trying! In 2019, the company raised 3 million in seed funding from investors, including GSV, Amplifyher Ventures, Wonder Ventures, Halogen Ventures, VitalizeVC, and Golden Ventures, to nam…
 
This week is the first installment of The Ones Who Succeed NEXT GEN, a mini-series featuring one-off conversations I have with up and coming entrepreneurs, leaders, builders and innovators, someone who is just at the beginning of their career, who I believe will go on to influence and shape our next generation. On today's episode, I am joined by 17…
 
On this episode of the podcast, I have a conversation with Blake Robbins, a partner at Ludlow Ventures, which backs early stage startups with past investments including Honey, Angel List and Product Hunt, to name a few. Blake, the youngest partner at Ludlow, is quite in tune with the world of startups and the creator economy. And it's his unique vi…
 
Today on the program, I have a conversation with serial tech entrepreneur and investor Michael Hyatt. He’s the co-founder of Bluecat Networks, a b2b tech company Michael started with his brother Richard Hyatt back in 2001. Sixteen years later, Bluecat was acquired for a reported 400 million dollars. Michael is now a prominent angel investor funding…
 
Today on the podcast, I have a conversation with engineer turned entrepreneur turned angel investor Matt Hackett. Matt, a self-taught programmer, who joined Tumblr in 2010 as their VP of Engineering and oversaw the tech team as the product scaled to a platform amassing just south of 500 million users worldwide. However, a significant turning point …
 
On this episode, I have a conversation with accomplished journalist and serial media entrepreneur Jim VandeHei. Jim is the co-founder and CEO of the media startup Axios and previously was the co-founder and CEO of Politico. Axios, which has raised over 57 million dollars in venture capital and was started in 2016, is a multimedia news organization …
 
On this episode of The Ones Who Succeed, we follow up last week's episode on the coming disruption of education, with a dialogue regarding the future of education, featuring Top Hat Co-Founder and CEO Mike Silagadze. Top Hat it paving the way for the future of higher education by providing a platform enabling students to learn at their own pace, in…
 
On this episode of The Ones Who Succeed, I have a conversation with Prof G (aka: Professor Scott Galloway). Scott is a professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business. He's an entrepreneur, investor, the host of two podcasts including The Prof G Show, and the award-winning podcast Pivot, where he and prominent tech journa…
 
On this week's episode, I have a conversation with Josh Elman, a former VC at Greylock Partners and an experienced product builder. Josh has built products at companies startups LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Robinhood. In addition to being a Venture Investor at Greylock from 2013 to 2018, funding consumer companies, including Musically, Housepart…
 
This week on the program, I have a conversation with Juan Orrego, the Co-Founder and CEO of Cuboh. In a world where food delivery apps are playing a significant role amid the Covid-19 Pandemic, Cuboh’s software solves a major pain point in the world of restaurant food delivery, by consolidating all the food delivery apps into one tablet, helping re…
 
This week on the program, I chat with Max Child, the Co-Founder of the Voice Entertainment Network Volley! Volley, based in San Francisco, is creating engaging voice experiences for platforms including Amazon Alexa, Google Home, iOS and Android devices. The startup is a pioneer in the world of ambient voice and is behind top-charting smart speaker …
 
This week on the program, a conversation with Cesar Kuriyama, the founder of 1 Second Everyday. What started as a TED Talk back in 2013 featuring Cesar's experience capturing 1 second of his life every day for an entire year, eventually turned into a mobile app enabling 1 Second Everyday users all over the world to do the same. Today, 1 Second Ever…
 
This week, I talked with Anchor Co-Founder Mike Mignano. Anchor is a startup that makes it easy to create and distribute podcasts, it's the platform that hosts this podcast, and as a result, being a power user of the product, I was thrilled to have this conversation. Mike and his co-founder Nir Zicherman started Anchor, a New York-based company in …
 
This week, I talked with 22-year-old Tech Entrepreneur Aanikh Kler. Aanikh is the co-founder of the social inelegance platform Trufan, a Toronto based startup that has raised over 1.8 million dollars in venture funding. Aanikh's entrepreneurial journey started at the age of 14 when he was featured on CBC's Dragons Den (the Canadian version of Shark…
 
This week, I talked with Casey Newton, a Silicon Valley Reporter at The Verge and the founder of the popular newsletter The Interface, covering the intersection of social media and democracy. Casey is based in San Francisco and joined the pod to talk about tech, startups, platforms on the rise and, of course, share some insights and predictions reg…
 
This week, I am joined by Emmanuel Straschnov who is an original pioneer of the NoCode Movement. His startup Bubble.io enables users to build dynamic database-driven web applications all from a drag and drop interface. Bubble boasts over 400,000 users and was bootstrapped until 2019 when the company raised a 6.3 Million Dollar Seed round with notab…
 
This week, a conversation with Nicole Quinn, a partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, a premier venture capital firm based in Silicon Valley. She's known for her bullish stance in regards to voice as the next major platform shift and, of course, her keen eye for tomorrow's platforms, marketplaces, games, fintech, social, or e-commerce companies. H…
 
This week, I talk to Lyrebird Co-Founder Jose Sotelo. Lyrebird, an AI startup that enabled users to clone their voice, was recently acquired by podcast editing startup Descript. In this episode, we break down Lyrebird's origin story, how AI can clone your voice, and what a shoutout from a popular Youtuber can do in terms of growth.…
 
This week I talked to Billionaire Entrepreneur and Investor Mark Cuban! Mark is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and is a well known Shark on ABC's hit reality show Shark Tank. We discussed Mark's entrepreneurial journey, how Mark become a Shark, why he believes the world's first trillionaire will be an AI Entrepreneur in addition to how Mark woul…
 
This week, a conversation with Jonathan Skogmo, the Co-Founder of Jukin Media, a digital media company behind brands including Fail Army, People Are Awesome, and The Pet Collective, to name a few. I chatted with Jon in 2019 at the Jukin Media HQ in Los Angelas, California, to learn more about the serious business behind hilarious videos!…
 
For the season 1 finale of The Ones Who Succeed, 15-year-old entrepreneur Campbell Baron has a conversation with the CEO of the company who made this show possible, Skillshare. Matt Cooper, the company's CEO, talks about his journey through tech and what lessons he has learned along the way. Get 2 Months of Skillshare For Free (Paid Promotion) ⇨ ht…
 
Rich Pierson is the Co-Founder and CEO of Headspace, a popular meditation app with over 37 million users in 180 countries. Headspace was recently valued at over $320 million. 15-year-old entrepreneur and meditation enthusiast Campbell Baron talks to Rich about his journey building the company, and why the early days of Headspace weren't so zen. Get…
 
Tim Draper was an early investor in Tesla, SpaceX, Skype, Hotmail, and Twitch, He is also the founder of Draper University, a school focused on teaching entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley. 15-year-old entrepreneur Campbell Baron talks to Tim about his journey as a VC and why traditional education fails entrepreneurs. Get 2 Months of Skillshare For …
 
Wharton and Stanford graduate Stacy Brown-Philpot spent 9 years at Google rising to Senior Director of Global Consumer Operations. She was recruited as the COO of TaskRabbit where she currently serves as CEO. Throughout Stacy has been a strong advocate for diversity in Silicon Valley founding the Black Googler Network which focuses on empowering th…
 
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