Author: Jay Clouse and Eric HornungSubscribed: 78Played: 2,127
Every Wednesday, we speak with an early stage founder. We interview them as if we are angel investors considering the company as an investment opportunity.
Each show has three segments:
1.) Intro: independent research of the company
2.) Interview: interview with the founder
3.) Debrief: breaking down the opportunity
Sometimes, we share Coffee Chats interviewing venture capitalists, community builders, and later-stage founders.
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CC038: Casey Allen // building the Twin Cities enterprise SaaS community
UP063: Visible // powering communication for founders and investors
JE016: 12 episodes of Christmas
CC037: Neal Bloom of Fresh Brewed Tech // uncovering the past and building the future of San Diego
UP062: Mainvest // helping anyone invest in Main Street businesses
CC036: Matt Cordio of Skills Pipeline // Getting a lay of the land in Startup Milwaukee
CC035: Kim Jefferson and Lydia Beechler of BLASTmedia // building a holistic PR strategy for startups
UP061: The Bee Corp // using infrared to measure colony size to support beekeepers and growers
CC034: Greg Robinson of 4490 Ventures // leading Series A/B rounds in underserved markets
UP060: Perceive // using spatial recognition to measure consumer behavior in the real world
CC033: Alex Rubalcava of Stage Venture Partners // investing in early-stage enterprise software
CC032: Kate Shillo Beardsley of Upslope Ventures // scaling early stage investments across the country
UP058: Audience Awards // creating opportunity for filmmakers through contests, festivals, and distribution
CC031: building a network of generous entrepreneurs in the Midwest // a coffee chat with Joni Cobb (Pipeline Entrepreneurs)
JE014: the update issue three // Test City, USA preview