Ep. 31: Lessons from Founder turned Stanford Professor and VC, with Federico Antoni

Ep. 31: Lessons from Founder turned Stanford Professor and VC, with Federico Antoni

Dr. Federico Antoni, the Co-founder of ALLVP has been supporting the Mexican venture capital since 2012. He has 25 investments to-date and is also a professor of Entrepreneurship and Management at the Stanford Business School Tune into today’s episode to learn Antoni’s experience throughout life when it comes to entrepreneurship as a career, and now, supporting entrepreneurship through a venture capital firm

Ep. 30: Founding Companies since 15 Years Old with Clinton Robinson

Ep. 30: Founding Companies since 15 Years Old with Clinton Robinson

Clinton Robinson, the CEO of Lane, a Proptech company offering a communication platform for landlords and tenants, is a serial entrepreneur, who founded his first successful company at the age of 15. He speaks on the difference of founding companies in different times of the digital world, and his journey as an entrepreneur and the lessons he learned en route. Tune into this episode to understand his journey creating these amazing startups, and get the best knowledge on entrepreneurship.

Ep. 29: Reincarnating the Worlds Beloved Brands with Mark Thomann

Ep. 29: Reincarnating the Worlds Beloved Brands with Mark Thomann

Mark Thomann is the founder of Dormitus Brands and recently founded an early-stage health and wellness fund called Spiral Sun Ventures. He has relaunched many brands that were dear to many consumers by making them more consumer friendly, and healthy. Tune in to this episode to get hands on knowledge on entrepreneurship, and get a sneak peak on how he relaunched some of the best brands out there.

Ep. 28: Why Startups Fail with Dr. Eisenmann

Ep. 28: Why Startups Fail with Dr. Eisenmann

Dr. Tom Eisenmann is a Professor at Harvard. His focus is on Business Administration, and he is also a Faculty Co-Chair of the HBS Rock Center for Entrepreneurship. He has made significant research contributions to topics surrounding tech and entrepreneurship. His new book, Why Startups Fail: A New Roadmap for Entrepreneurial Success comes out on the 30th of March, 2020. Preorder today: https://www.amazon.com/Why-Startups-Fail-Roadmap-Entrepreneurial/dp/0593137027/

Tune in to this episode for to get a sneak peak on his findings. Learn why startups fail, and what you can do to avoid it. 

Ep. 27: Resurrecting Aiwa with Joe Born

Ep. 27: Resurrecting Aiwa with Joe Born

Joe Born is the Founder & Chairman of Aiwa USA. The company is a reincarnation of the old $2 Billion Japanese Audio brand abandoned by Sony over a decade ago. Since 2015 he has been resurrecting the old brand with new Audio products in the US and Europe. Their wireless headphones and modern-day “boombox” are their best sellers. Joe’s has been in the consumer electronics space for more than two decades. 

Through his career, Joe has brought over $400MM worth of innovative consumer electronics products to market. 

Tune in to hear about Joe’s journey as an inventor, how he is innovating in the age of Amazon and resurrecting the illustrious tech brand – Aiwa.

Ep. 26: A Lesson on Balance from 16-year-old Author, Youtuber, and Developer

Ep. 26: A Lesson on Balance from 16-year-old Author, Youtuber, and Developer

Tanmay Bakshi is a 16-year-old Canadian author, AI and ML Systems Architect, TED & Keynote speaker, Google Developer Expert for Machine Learning, and IBM Champion for Cloud. 

He has addressed over 200,000 executives, developers, and audiences worldwide as a speaker. The United Nations, NASSCOM, Linux Foundation, Apple, SAP, IBM, KPMG, Microsoft and Walmart are a few of the organizations he has keynoted for.

Tanmay has been featured in the Toronto Star, Forbes and CNBC, Bloomberg, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, just to name a few.

His self-titled YouTube channel reaches over 330,000 subscribers across the world.