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GameStop poaches Amazon execs, Streaming stalls + Genies CEO Akash Nigam on Avatars & NFTs | E1232
Jason kicks off the episode with the news: an update on the Tether (02:02), how Gamestop poached Amazon talent (06:17), and the first-ever decline in the average number of streaming accounts per household (19:04). Then, Akash Nigam joins to discuss his company Genies, why everyone will have an avatar, the metaverse, NTFs & more (25:10).
Every startup needs an in-house senate
Equity TechCrunch
access_time16 hours ago
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.For this week’s deep dive, Natasha and Danny unpacked the Expensify EC-1, which includes a ton of surprises, building tips, and, as we discuss in the show, some life lessons as well. This is our largest EC-1 to date, and is the result of six months of prodigious work from the inimitable Anna Heim. Of course, we had to add our Equity spin on the feature and boiled down our favorite musings into a succinct episode.Here's what we got into:Expensify's silent period as a fun dynamic to deal with as reportersThere's always an Uber angle, and Expensify is no different when you realize its early roots are tied to entrepreneur Travis Kalanick's persuasionHow Expensify manages to stay slim, focus in a rural town in Michigan, and achieve profitabilityNatasha asked if lack of structure negatively or positive impacts minorities and underrepresented folk, while Danny explained a nifty way that the company deals with promotions and raises.Danny explained how re-writing the playbook might positively impact recruitment, and how joining Expensify doesn't come with your classic SaaS pitch.And we end with a meta conversation on how society views work, and why neither of us went to spend the next 50 years with predictability.Once you're done listening to the episode, make sure to check out Heim's EC-1 below: Part 1: Origin story “How a band of P2P hackers planted the seeds of a unique expense management giant” (2,400 words/10 minutesPart 2: Culture: “How Expensify got to $100M in revenue by hiring ‘stem cells’ and not ‘cogs in a wheel’” (3,120 words/12.5 minutes)Part 3: Expansion and remote work: “How Expensify shed Silicon Valley arrogance to realize its global ambitions” (3,250 words/13 minutes)Part 4: Engineering and technology: “How Expensify hacked its way to a robust, scalable tech stack” (3,300 words/13 minutes)Part 5: Business model: “How bottom-up sales helped Expensify blaze the path for SaaS” (4,200 words/17 minutes)And that's the show! Make sure to register for a seat at our FREE Equity live show next week, and follow us on Twitter @equitypod. Until Friday!
Tether: Crypto’s Black Swan? Plus Alternative Asset Roundtable featuring the founders of Masterworks, Fundrise & Rally Rd | E1232
Jason kicks off the episode with research into the claims against Tether Limited, the company behind USDT, the world's largest "stablecoin" and 3rd largest cryptocurrency (1:30). Then Jason is joined by 3 founders of Alternative Asset investing platforms (25:49), Chris Bruno of Rally, Scott Lynn of Masterworks, and Ben Miller of Fundrise. They discuss inflation, supply & demand, expanding company roadmaps (59:56) and more!
Balaji Srinivasan: Balaji’s World (Part 2) | Network States, Building Cities, the Digital Frontier, and Wokeness
The Quest with Justin Kan Justin Kan
access_time2 days ago
You are listening to Part 2 of the episode. The full uncut conversation is available on The Quest Youtube Channel. Join the conversation there and drop a comment on what you've learned!  Picking up where we left off last week, Balaji dives right into the future of Network States and crypto-voting. You’ll learn about the historical relationship between socio-economic ideologies and technological capabilities, and what this means for a crypto future. We discuss how building startups potentiates building cities in the near future, the concept of crowd choice, and revolutionizing voting systems with crypto technologies. The new digital frontier is waiting to be conquered, and Balaji is leading the charge. You can find Balaji on Twitter, and read his personal blog here. 🎥 Watch the full 2-hr episode with video: https://youtu.be/CHQi1HnCZGY🍎 iTunes: https://apple.co/3lU3fZs🎵 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3srzJwq✍️ Newsletter: https://thequestpod.substack.com🌎 Everything Quest: https://justinkan.club
92. J.J. Abrams: Make room for magic
You can’t predict your next a-ha moment. but you can create favorable circumstances for serendipity to happen – for you, and for your team. No one knows this better than J.J. Abrams, director, producer, screenwriter, and co-founder and co-CEO of Bad Robot Productions, which has been behind some of the most successful TV series and films of the last 20 years, from Lost to Star Trek to the Star Wars sequel trilogy. J.J. explains how creativity and collaboration are things you cultivate, not conjure; and that making room for magic isn’t a luxury, it’s an essential part of entrepreneurship. Building the conditions for discovery emboldens and energizes a team, he shows, helping to accelerate the arrival of the next surprise-and-delight solution. Read a transcript of this interview at: mastersofscale.comSubscribe to the Masters of Scale weekly newsletter at http://eepurl.com/dlirtX
Ep. 304: The Gold Special Part 2 with Indiagold (Bonus Episode)
Paisa Vaisa IVM Podcasts
access_time2 days ago
On this bonus episode of #PaisaVaisa, Host Anupam Gupta is in conversation with Deepak Abbot, Co-founder of Indiagold. Anupam and Deepak talk about gold as a loan product and common stigma associated with it in India. In the second half, they discuss products from Indiagold and how are gold locker facilities developing in India. All this and much more on this insightful episode!You can know more about Indiagold: (https://indiagold.co)Play Store: (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.indiagold.gold.buy.loan)Instagram: (https://www.instagram.com/indiagoldapp/)Facebook: (https://www.facebook.com/indiagoldbuy/)You can follow Deepak on social media:Twitter: (https://twitter.com/deepakabbot)Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dabbot/)Get in touch with our host Anupam Gupta on Twitter: @b_50 (https://twitter.com/b50)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
What does Uber and birth control have in common?
Equity TechCrunch
access_time3 days ago
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.This is Equity Monday, our morning coffee chat with you that is all about the weekend, what to expect this week, and some funding rounds you may have missed. I'm subbing in for Alex Wilhelm today, who is deservedly out on vacation. You can find me on Twitter @nmasc_, and Equity on Twitter (turn on those notifications!) @equitypod. Biden and world leaders are congregating at the NATO summit, which kicks off this week. Also, the Dublin Tech Summit is happening on Thursday with yours truly, other TC folks, and many entrepreneurs making a virtual appearance.Now, onto the news!  The weekend: The seat next to Jeff Bezos as he launches into space just got filled for $28 million. Also, Elon Musk tweeted about how Tesla might start accepting Bitcoin as a payment once at least half of it can be mined using clean energy. The comment sent Bitcoin up more than a few percentage points, hovering at $39,173 at the time of the recording. This morning: The FT reports that Flagship Pioneering, which is responsible for incubating and launching Moderna, has raised a new venture capital fund at $3.4 billion. Flagship isn't your traditional VC. It forms teams around problem areas and brainstorms solutions, incubates the most promising ones, and then eventually spins out and finances those companies.  Funding rounds: Byju's got a check from UBS and Zoom founder Eric Yuan, making it the most valuable startup in India. The company is now valued at $16.5 billion post-money. Plus, The Pill Club has raised an extension Series B round with former Uber exec Liz Meyerdirk newly at the helm of the company. Finally, please take the Equity Listener Survey. We want to make the show better for you, so spending a few seconds filling out our survey and we will be very grateful.And that's all. Be kind with yourself this week, and take more than a 5-minute lunch because true glamour is being present and chewing slowly.
The Complete Interviews from Masters of Scale
The never-before-released, original and uncut conversations between host Reid Hoffman and Masters of Scale guests. Each intimate, unedited conversation includes 60 minutes or more of content, including stories not included in Masters of Scale episodes. Subscribers will gain access to the archive, and to every new uncut interview, released in tandem with each new Masters of Scale episode. Now available via subscription on Apple Podcasts and via membership to Masters of Scale.
Caroline Webb on how to have a good day at a bad job
Hello Monday with Jessi Hempel LinkedIn
access_time3 days ago
What do you do when you don’t love your job and can’t quit it? Executive coach and author Caroline Webb joins Jessi to explore concrete strategies for having better days at work, no matter how you feel about your job.
Ep. 303: The Gold Special Part 1 with Digital Swiss Gold and Gilded
Paisa Vaisa IVM Podcasts
access_time3 days ago
On this week's episode of #PaisaVaisa, Host Anupam Gupta is in conversation with Ashraf Rizvi, Founder and CEO of Digital Swiss Gold and Gilded. Digital Swiss Gold and Gilded provides a modern and innovative way to buy and invest gold for long-term savings. Anupam and Ashraf talk about the concept and the need for Digital Gold in India. In the second half, they discuss Digital Swiss Gold and all that it offers. Get to learn about assurance of gold purity, what form of gold (coins, bricks, etc.) a customer should buy and a lot more!You can know more about Digital Swiss Gold and Gilded: (https://www.digitalswissgold.com/)Instagram: (https://www.instagram.com/digitalswissgold)Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/company/digitalswissgold/)You can follow Ashraf Rizvi on Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashrafrizvi/)Get in touch with our host Anupam Gupta on Twitter: @b_50 (https://twitter.com/b50)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
AJVC Unfiltered 26: Can India Consume D2C Brands?
Founders Unfiltered A Junior VC
access_time4 days ago
Last fortnight, D2C brand acquirer Mensa raised $50M, hot on the heels of beauty brand SUGAR’s $21M fundraise. Join us for a behind-the-scenes peek at the A Junior VC piece - Can India Consume D2C Brands?  Article Link: https://ajuniorvc.com/d2c-brands-startups-mamaearth-unicorn-nykaa-boat-influencer/ More info on: https://ajuniorvc.com/
Zymergen CEO Josh Hoffman on Biofacturing PLUS Founder U Startup Math |  E1231
Jason opens with a Founder University segment on "Startup Math" (1:48), then interviews Zymergen CEO Josh Hoffman on Biofacturing (16:45), how DNA sequencing & machine learning are enabling materials science advancements (26:35), what human capital is needed for the industry (42:53) & more.
Fighting India’s Covid infodemic
WorklifeIndia BBC
access_time5 days ago
Fake news and misinformation are hampering India's battle with the coronavirus pandemic. Right from the origins of the virus to unproven alternative cures to efficacy of vaccines, a wave of mass anxiety has washed over the country's social media. While most misleading messages spread through online platforms, experts say senior leaders and influencers have also played a role in fuelling traditional sentiments that prefer alternative therapies to modern medicine. This has increased vaccine hesitancy, especially in rural India, and led to political as well as medical misinformation. Conspiracy theories and false claims not only spread rapidly, they also prompt people to take action in real life - often with severe consequences. What kinds of fake news have dominated India's coronavirus landscape? What role can tech companies play to keep this in check? And is the government a bigger stakeholder in fighting the fake news menace? Presenter: Devina Gupta Contributors: Pratik Sinha, co-founder, Alt News; Apar Gupta, executive director, Internet Freedom Foundation; Dr Vasundhara Rangaswamy, microbiologist, primary care physician
The huge TAM of fake breaded chicken bits
Equity TechCrunch
access_time6 days ago
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.We're closing our survey soon, so this is your last chance (probably) to get your voice heard!Despite it being a short week, as always, it was a busy, busy time. We had Grace on the dials today, and Danny, Natasha, and Alex making chit-chat about the tech world. As with every week this year, we had to cut and cut and cut to get the show down to size. Here's what made it in in the end: Medium saw more employees depart the company after CEO Ev Williams published a 'culture memo.' While the Medium memo doesn’t wholly ban politics, some allege that the undertone of the statement, timed weeks after a failed unionization attempt, created an unsafe environment. A week later, Natasha covered another controversy, this time at Y Combinator. We riff on the takeaway, and what this story looks like three months from now. The issue of company culture is attracting companies. Or more precisely startups, with Blendoor dropping a new report this week that TechCrunch covered, and Vault raising $8.2 million to provide a software solution to aid employees in reporting misconduct. On the funding round beat, we explored ChartHop's new $35 million round that Danny had many thoughts about, fake-chicken nuggets startup Nuggs raising $50 million, and Faculty's latest deal that will help power its vision for the future of male grooming. We also got into Lifted's elder-care focused round, a startup in the larger healthtech beat that Natasha is giving some of her attention to. And we wrapped with the ExtraHop exit. We spent a minute trying to figure out why the company was valued at $900 million in its exit. The number, while large, felt light based on what we knew about the company.Thanks for hopping along with us this week and every week. Quick programming note: Natasha will take Alex's spot on the Monday show for next week since he's out, so be nice, and send her stuff to mention.
News! The cult of Bitcoin maximalists, Bezos is going to space, & Facebook’s smartwatch | E1230
First up, Jason covers "Bitcoin Toxicity." Are Bitcoin maximalists exhibiting cult-like behavior? (1:19) Then, he assesses the risks of Bezos going to space: is the potential upside worth the risk of ruin? (36:16) Finally, he wraps with news of Facebook's rumored smartwatch. Have Apple's recent privacy measure forced their hand into wearables? (40:59)
Rapid Response:  Fashioning a greener closet, w/Rent the Runway's Jenn Hyman
Fashion became secondary amid Covid lockdowns. Sweatpants-only life pressed apparel-subscription service Rent the Runway into layoffs and furloughs. But as co-founder and CEO Jenn Hyman explains, the business saw a surprising rebound early this year, fueled by new customers in unexpected places—and by a renewed consumer focus on sustainability. Building a “closet in the cloud,” as Jenn describes Rent the Runway, may not have been an essential pandemic service, but as we move into the next phase, her experience illuminates how accelerated change is remaking the marketplace.
Money, after you die
The Capitalmind Podcast Capitalmind
access_time7 days ago
How do you plan for a smooth transfer of your wealth after you die? And how do you help someone whose loved one has passed on? In this episode, Shray and Deepak explore what you must do in an unfortunate circumstance of a loved one's death, and for an easy transition in case of your own. We also invite Harshavardhan Ganesan, a practicing lawyer, to give us the legal perspective. Listen in for real life anecdotes from covid, succession certificates, legal wills, and some counter-intuitive learnings.
Customer Success | Scaling Your Startup S2E9 with Statusphere’s Kristen Wiley & Techmate’s Nicole Beals | E1229
Customer success is key to startup success. First, Statusphere CEO Kristen Wiley shares strategies from managing two customer success teams in B2B and B2C. (1:00) Then, find out why customers churn from Techmate COO Nicole Beals, who also shares how Techmate increased their customer retention rate from 70% to 98%. (27:07) To wrap, Jason leads a Q&A covering compensation, productizing customer moments, and more. (40:41)
The imbalanced landscape of hormonal health
Equity TechCrunch
access_time8 days ago
For this week’s deep dive, Alex, Natasha, and Chris dug into the world of hormonal health, a sub-sector within the massive (and booming) world of digital health.The show was inspired by Natasha's latest Extra Crunch piece: "Hormonal Health is a massive opportunity: Where are the unicorns?". To round out the show, we asked one of the featured founders, Dr. Elizabeth Ruzzo, to hop on the mic and help us understand if hormonal health is at its infancy, or at an inflection point, in tech.The tl;dr before we hop into the show is that hormones -- while constantly evolving and changing -- are center node for a ton of health conditions that disproportionately impact women. These can include mental health issues, infertility, diabetes, and more. If you're someone interested in the world of digital health and always read about the Ro's and Hinge Health's of the ecosystem, this episode will teach you what else there is that deserves equal - if not more - attention.Here's what we got into:We started with landscaping! We defined the term "hormonal health" and got a sense of market size, as to show the opportunity there is to innovate here right now.Ruzzo walked us through the opportunity in pro-active medicine, as well as how investors reacted to her pitch when she was first raising her seed round.We ping-ponged around different reasons as to why hormonal health is an underserved category, starting with stigma and ending with stigma.This post from a set of venture capital investors discussing the market opportunity that women's health may have for founders and VCs alike.Then we got into Modern Fertility's acquisition by Ro, and why Ruzzo and many in the digital health community were surprised at the outcome. That said, it’s still one of the rare exits, and as far as unicorns go, there are virtually no companies valued at over $1 billion that focus explicitly on women’s hormonal health.Shifting gears, the trio turned to startups working on PCOS, one of the most common hormonal conditions out there that impacts one in ten women. Former Ro director Rachel Blank announced today that she is starting a company in this world, Allara.To round out the conversation we touched on the recent Veera venture capital round, and closed with a short discussion concerning the the term "femtech" and why it's not so good.Don't forget to take the Equity survey, and we'll chat you on Friday morning!
Aurora CEO Chris Urmson on building the roadmap to fully autonomous vehicles | E1228
Chris Urmson the CEO of Aurora, a leading self-driving company, joins Jason to recount the history of autonomous vehicles (1:06), the roadmap for removing human drivers (16:47), what technology problems are left to solve (38:25) and more!
Balaji Srinivasan: Balaji’s World (Part One) | Crypto, China, Capitalism and a Decentralized Creator Economy
The Quest with Justin Kan Justin Kan
access_time9 days ago
You are listening to Part 1 of the episode. The full uncut conversation is available on The Quest Youtube Channel. Help us get to 50 comments on YouTube and we will make Part II available everywhere next week!  It’s Balaji’s world, and we’re all just living in it. If you’ve been hanging out on tech Twitter long enough or listen to any other tech podcasts, then you’re probably familiar with Balaji. He is an angel investor, entrepreneur, and formerly the CTO of Coinbase and General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz.  In this epic two-part episode, you’ll hear topics ranging from decentralization, crypto, media tech, social networking, China, machine learning, digital privacy and much more. Balaji has one of the most incredible minds I have ever met, and I am excited to bring you along on this journey.  There is a lot to take in from our conversation, which is why we have decided to release this in two parts. Help us get to 50 comments on YouTube and we will make Part II available everywhere!  You can find Balaji on Twitter, and read his personal blog here. 🎥 Watch the full 2-hr episode with video: https://youtu.be/CHQi1HnCZGY🍎 iTunes: https://apple.co/3lU3fZs🎵 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3srzJwq✍️ Newsletter: https://thequestpod.substack.com🌎 Everything Quest: https://justinkan.club
91. Build the right flywheel, w/Teach for America / Teach for All's Wendy Kopp
Not every platform turns into a flywheel for scale. Wendy Kopp founded two networks that each became flywheels for change: Teach for America and Teach for All, where she's currently CEO. Yet the shape of the two networks are surprisingly different. While they both feed similar goals – helping educators find what they need, share what they learn, build enthusiasm, and motivate talent – the two organizations operate under different rules and assumptions. Kopp's journey illuminates how listening, adjusting, and open rethinking are key to building a network that thrives. And how hard-won lessons can produce extraordinary impact.Read a transcript of this interview at: mastersofscale.comSubscribe to the Masters of Scale weekly newsletter at http://eepurl.com/dlirtX
Ep. 302: The Education Loan Special (Bonus Episode)
Paisa Vaisa IVM Podcasts
access_time9 days ago
On this bonus episode of #PaisaVaisa, Host Anupam Gupta is in conversation with Raheel Shah, Co-founder and Chief Business Officer at Eduvanz. Eduvanz is a new-age Digital Finance Company that provides Education Loans starting from Zero Interest for Students and Skill Seekers. Anupam and Raheel talk about the 'Education Loans' in India and various trends in this education industry. In the second half, they discuss the concept of 'Study Now, Pay Later' and a checklist of how to choose a good education loan provider. All this and much more on this episode of #PaisaVaisa with Anupam Gupta. You can know more about Eduvanz: (https://eduvanz.com/)Twitter: (https://twitter.com/eduvanz_finance)Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/company/eduvanz)You can follow Raheel on Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/raheelshah1)Get in touch with our host Anupam Gupta on Twitter: @b_50 (https://twitter.com/b50)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
5 Major Categories For Finding Digital Marketing Tools | Ep. #570
In episode 570, of your favorite & the best personal branding & digital marketing podcast, called Digital Pratik Show, I am discussing: 5 Major Categories For Finding Digital Marketing Tools.Take a screenshot of this episode while you are listening & share this on your Instagram story & tag me @digitalpratik for a free shoutout !!!My Digital Mall: https://digitalpratikmall.comJoin my telegram channel for daily updates: https://t.me/allmyposts------------------------Who am I?My name is Digital Pratik & I help Indian brands stand out & connect with audience via emotions using Contextual Content Marketing & Paid Ads.Apart from being the best employee (hard working CEO) of Digital Pratik Consulting and JorrVichar, I am a 32-year-old, smiling dude, 3 times college dropout forever turned into a practical practitioner of life & the Indian Romeo of building a successful & powerful personal brand by applying digital branding strategies which work in the now.In simple terms, I am a story teller, growth hacker, digital branding strategist, personal branding practitioner, consultant, speaker, podcaster etc.------------------------Hope you like this episode & always remember this 👇Whenever you are in doubt, don't worry because there is a smiling practical dude called Digital Pratik who has faith in you.So: Chinta Mat karna bhaai tumhara, branding, marketing aur practicality ka shield hai tumhara 🙋‍♂️My Real Story Video: https://youtu.be/lff4MB0BVK4​​​​​​​​​​​Instagram: https://instagram.com/digitalpratik​​​Podcast: https://digitalpratik.com/podcast​​​​​Facebook: https://facebook.com/digitalpratik​​​​Linkedin: https://linkedin.com/in/digitalpratik​Twitter: https://twitter.com/digitalpratik​​​​​Giphy: https://giphy.com/digitalpratik​​​​​​​Website: https://digitalpratik.com​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Marketing automation tool: https://digitalpratik.com/convertkit​​Website hosting: https://digitalpratik.com/bluehost​​​​​​​Website domain name: https://digitalpratik.com/namecheap​​Course creation tool: https://digitalpratik.com/teachable​Sales funnel builder: https://digitalpratik.com/clickfunnels​Landing page creator: https://digitalpratik.com/optimizepress​Podcast hosting platforms: https://digitalpratik.com/buzzsproutBitClout: https://bitclout.com/u/digitalpratik​See you on other digital platforms soon!Until next time, stay awesome & keep smiling :)Cheers,Digital Pratik
Equity Monday: Jeff's going to space, and everyone wants a piece of Flipkart
Equity TechCrunch
access_time10 days ago
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest private market news, talks about the coming week, digs into some recent funding rounds and mulls over a larger theme or narrative from the private markets. You can follow the show on Twitter here and myself here.It's WWDC week, so expect a deluge of Apple news to overtake your Twitter feed here and there over the next few days. But there's a lot more going on, so let's dig in:The Weekend: A supercharged, supercharged Model S Tesla car is not coming out. Instead, a merely supercharged version will come out. It's still stupid fast and expensive. And Nigeria's war with Twitter continued, with new efforts from the African nation to limit access to the social media service within its borders.This Morning: Flipkart is raising $3 billion at a roughly $40 billion valuation The deal underscores not just how big the Indian tech scene is, but also how much investor interest there is in ecommerce bets more generally. And Jeff Bezos is going to space. Soon!Funding Rounds: Trulioo raised a $394 million Series D. The Canadian startup is now worth far more than $1 billion. And Chinese company Kanzhun is going public in the United States, which raised an eyebrow here amongst the Equity Morning Crew.Take The Damn Equity Survey: Take it! All the cools kids are taking it!And that's your start to the week. More to come from your friends here on Wednesday, and Friday. Chat soon!
Managing our COVID anxiety with Kimberly Johnson
Hello Monday with Jessi Hempel LinkedIn
access_time10 days ago
Author Kimberly Johnson is an expert on helping people heal from trauma. She joins Jessi to discuss how to move through the anxiety around reopening that’s coming up for many people - and offers suggestions for showing ourselves more compassion.
Ep. 301: The Wint Wealth Special
Paisa Vaisa IVM Podcasts
access_time10 days ago
On this week's episode of #PaisaVaisa, Host Anupam Gupta is in conversation with Ajinkya Kulkarni, CEO and Co-Founder of Wint Wealth. They talk about the concept of 'Structured Debt' and the thought process behind it. In the second half, they discuss how Wint Wealth solves many obstacles in the debt market, their future plans and a lot more!You can know more about Wint Wealth: (https://www.wintwealth.com/referral/?affId=PaisaVaisa)Twitter: (https://twitter.com/WintWealth)Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/company/wintwealth/)You can follow Ajinkya on social media:Twitter: (https://twitter.com/ajinkyamkul)Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajinkyamkulkarni/)Get in touch with our host Anupam Gupta on Twitter: @b_50 (https://twitter.com/b50)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Do hashtags work for Instagram organic growth in 2021 | Ep. #569
In episode 569, of your favorite & the best personal branding & digital marketing podcast, called Digital Pratik Show, I am discussing: Do hashtags work for Instagram organic growth in 2021.Take a screenshot of this episode while you are listening & share this on your Instagram story & tag me @digitalpratik for a free shoutout !!!My Digital Mall: https://digitalpratikmall.comJoin my telegram channel for daily updates: https://t.me/allmyposts------------------------Who am I?My name is Digital Pratik & I help Indian brands stand out & connect with audience via emotions using Contextual Content Marketing & Paid Ads.Apart from being the best employee (hard working CEO) of Digital Pratik Consulting and JorrVichar, I am a 32-year-old, smiling dude, 3 times college dropout forever turned into a practical practitioner of life & the Indian Romeo of building a successful & powerful personal brand by applying digital branding strategies which work in the now.In simple terms, I am a story teller, growth hacker, digital branding strategist, personal branding practitioner, consultant, speaker, podcaster etc.------------------------Hope you like this episode & always remember this 👇Whenever you are in doubt, don't worry because there is a smiling practical dude called Digital Pratik who has faith in you.So: Chinta Mat karna bhaai tumhara, branding, marketing aur practicality ka shield hai tumhara 🙋‍♂️My Real Story Video: https://youtu.be/lff4MB0BVK4​​​​​​​​​​​Instagram: https://instagram.com/digitalpratik​​​Podcast: https://digitalpratik.com/podcast​​​​​Facebook: https://facebook.com/digitalpratik​​​​Linkedin: https://linkedin.com/in/digitalpratik​Twitter: https://twitter.com/digitalpratik​​​​​Giphy: https://giphy.com/digitalpratik​​​​​​​Website: https://digitalpratik.com​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Marketing automation tool: https://digitalpratik.com/convertkit​​Website hosting: https://digitalpratik.com/bluehost​​​​​​​Website domain name: https://digitalpratik.com/namecheap​​Course creation tool: https://digitalpratik.com/teachable​Sales funnel builder: https://digitalpratik.com/clickfunnels​Landing page creator: https://digitalpratik.com/optimizepress​Podcast hosting platforms: https://digitalpratik.com/buzzsproutBitClout: https://bitclout.com/u/digitalpratik​See you on other digital platforms soon!Until next time, stay awesome & keep smiling :)Cheers,Digital Pratik
Ep32: Disrupting an existing category ft. Wakefit
Founders Unfiltered A Junior VC
access_time11 days ago
After completing his MBA, Chaitanya started working as a management consultant in the US. There he learned about product management, user experience, and how large organizations function. He really enjoyed the work but didn’t like the travelling lifestyle and decided to quit to do something better. He came back to India and decided to startup in the consumer tech space. He ran the business profitably for some years and eventually exited the company and decide to remain in the startup ecosystem by working with Yourstory and LetsVenture. Finally while working at Tapzo he met his co-founder Ankit who shared a similar background - coming from a Middle-class family, studying engineering, and later founding a startup. While buying furniture for his new home, Ankit found out purchasing mattresses is a very costly affair. In search of a solution to buy a cheap mattress, eventually led them to Wakefit. Wakefit has been profitable from the start and remained completely bootstrapped for the first 3 years. For more details visit: https://ajuniorvc.com/podcast/