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Startup Grind is a global community aimed at educating, mentoring, and connecting every entrepreneur in the world, and helping them understand how they can be successful. As part of that goal, we've launched this podcast to give our community another way to access our amazing library of interviews from the world's smartest and most successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders. These interviews are taken from our global series of live events, which are held in more than 250 cities in 110 countries. New episodes will be added each week, featuring the best discussions from our past events as well as our latest speakers. For a full list of events, news, videos and more, check out www.StartupGrind.com, and don't forget to subscribe for more great content! Startup Grind is powered by Google for Entrepreneurs.

Startup Grind is a global community aimed at educating, mentoring, and connecting every entrepreneur in the world, and helping them understand how they can be successful. As part of that goal, we've launched this podcast to give our community another way to access our amazing library of interviews from the world's smartest and most successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders. These interviews are taken from our global series of live events, which are held in more than 250 cities in 110 countries. New episodes will be added each week, featuring the best discussions from our past events as well as our latest speakers. For a full list of events, news, videos and more, check out www.StartupGrind.com, and don't forget to subscribe for more great content! Startup Grind is powered by Google for Entrepreneurs.
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Startup Grind is a global community aimed at educating, mentoring, and connecting every entrepreneur in the world, and helping them understand how they can be successful. As part of that goal, we've launched this podcast to give our community another way to access our amazing library of interviews from the world's smartest and most successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders. These interviews are taken from our global series of live events, which are held in more than 250 cities in 110 countries. New episodes will be added each week, featuring the best discussions from our past events as well as our latest speakers. For a full list of events, news, videos and more, check out www.StartupGrind.com, and don't forget to subscribe for more great content! Startup Grind is powered by Google for Entrepreneurs.

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Episodes

Gary Vaynerchuk in Hong Kong on Self-awareness, Failure and Finding a Purpose

11/2/2017
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Welcome to the Startup Grind podcast! We're back after a short break. This time from Hong Kong with the one and only Gary Vaynerchuk. We're talking about all things entrepreneurship, social media, China and self-awareness. If you don't know Gary, here is a short intro: Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and co-founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations. Gary appears with Gwyneth Paltrow,...

Duration:00:48:08

Convenience 2.0: The On-Demand Economy with Will Shu, CEO/Co-founder of Deliveroo

10/3/2016
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Hey there and welcome to Monday’s episode the Startup Grind Podcast. Today we have a conversation with the CEO & Co-founder of Deliveroo, William Shu from our first regional conference, Startup Grind Europe in June of this year. Will is really on a mission to transform the way the world thinks about takeaway food. He founded Deliveroo in August 2013 after becoming fed up with London's poor quality and slow food delivery options. Prior to starting the company, he worked in banking at Morgan...

Duration:00:18:33

Fighting Giants with Noah Everett, Founder of Twitpic/Pingly

7/25/2016
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Noah Everett, founder of the popular Twitpic photo sharing service and most recently the messaging platform Pingly. Everett, a Carolina native is widely known as a pioneer of photo sharing on mobile phones and social media. Newly launched Pingly is a direct messaging platform that also works over email and SMS. His goal is to transform messaging into a simplistic and cohesive process that speaks across networks. Before launching Pingly, Noah was most recently Founder and CEO of TwitPic....

Duration:00:47:34

Changing the World Through Education with Sebastian Thrun, Udacity/Google X

7/20/2016
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Sebastian Thrun is also a former Google Fellow and VP, and a Research Professor at Stanford University. He has published over 370 scientific papers and 11 books, and he is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. Sebastian works on revolutionizing all of transportation, education, homes, and medical care. Fast Company named Thrun the fifth most creative person in business, and Foreign Policy touted him Global Thinker #4. At Stanford, Sebastian led the Thrun Lab in...

Duration:00:25:51

Fundraising 101 with Joy Randels, CEO of New Market Partners

7/18/2016
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Hey there and welcome to Monday’s episode of the startup grind podcast. Today we have a great conversation with Joy Randels CEO of New Market Partners and 11 time serial entrepreneur. She also happens to be the director of one of Startup Grind’s best chapters, Tampa Bay. Joy is a highly energetic presenter and frequent speaker on entrepreneurship, security, mobile and cloud technology. Joy co-founded New Market Partners in 2003 to assist emerging technology companies in taking their ideas...

Duration:00:27:15

Partner with your Disruptees with Aaron Levie, Co-Founder and CEO of Box

7/13/2016
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Aaron Levie, CEO of Box at Startup Grind’s Global Conference earlier this year. Aaron has been CEO since co-founding the cloud storage company in 2005. Aaron served as the company’s product and platform strategy visionary. His plan incorporated traditional content management with elements of social business software. Aaron is also an advisor at 8 Partners and used to serve as an intern at Paramount Pictures. Aaron studied Business at the Marshall School of Business at the University of...

Duration:00:26:30

Engineering a Culture of Creativity with Tina Seelig (Stanford)

7/11/2016
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Hey there and welcome to Monday’s episode of the startup grind podcast. Today we have a great interview with Tina Seelig, acclaimed stanford professor and bestselling author brought to us in Partnership with the Futurecast series a collaboration between the ATT Foundry & Ericsson. Tina Seelig is the Professor of Practice in the Department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University. She is also a faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, the...

Duration:01:20:04

Executing on Your Roadmap with Des Traynor, Co-Founder of Intercom

7/6/2016
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Today we have a great conversation with Des Traynor the Chief Strategy Officer and Co-founder of Intercom. Intercom has raised over $66 million dollars to fundamentally change how businesses communicate with customers. A lot of businesses seem to agree as Intercom has over 10,000 paying customers so far. Des’s main focus is on the product side and he has written extensively about managing product builds and iterations through Intercom’s series of books. Des studied computer science in...

Duration:00:29:21

Find People Smarter than You Are with Eric Schmidt, Chairman of Alphabet

7/4/2016
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Eric Schmidt, the now chairman of Alphabet and former CEO of Google from 2001 until 2011 speaks on stage with Startup Grind’s Founder Derek Andersen. Eric’s credentials’ and biography expectedly take a long time to describe, so here is an excerpt: In addition to his well documented role at Google, Eric is a founding partner at innovation endeavors, founder of tomorrow ventures, chairman of the new america foundation. He is on the board at the economist group, the US foundation for...

Duration:00:39:23

Finding True Innovation with Stephanie Palmeri

6/29/2016
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Today we have a conversation from our 2016 global conference with SoftTech VC Partner & Principal Stephanie Palmeri. Stephanie has over a decade of experience working at the intersection of marketing and technology. Stephanie joined at SoftTech in 2011 and served as its a Senior Associate. Previously, she served as an Associate at NYC Seed and launched the NYC SeedStart incubator. She also worked at Lot18, Accenture, and Estee Lauder and has built SaaS applications for SAP AG, JP...

Duration:00:29:23

Inspiring Your Customers with Joanne Wilson (NY Angel / Gotham Gal)

6/27/2016
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Joanne Wilson a prominent angel investor in New York City. Joanne has had several careers on her way as an investor. She started as a buyer at Macy’s, went on to run a company in the rag trade, and eventually ended up spearheading sales for a start-up magazine/events company called Silicon Alley Reporter. She has sat on a number of profit and non-profit boards and has been involved with a variety of big real estate transactions from beginning to end. Joanne has been blogging since 1994...

Duration:00:36:54

Building Better Cities With Archana Vemulapalli, CTO of Washington D.C.

6/22/2016
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Archana Vemulapalli, the Chief technology officer for the Mayor’s office for the district of columbia. The office manages over 10,000 employees overseeing 21 Departments, 33 independent agencies, roughly 69 legislatively mandated offices and 5 regional bodies. These include all city services, public property, police and fire protection, District of Columbia Public Schools, The University of the District of Columbia and the UDC-Community College. The mayor's office oversees an annual city...

Duration:00:48:54

How to be a CEO with Sarah Bird, CEO of MOZ

6/20/2016
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Today we have a conversation with Sarah Bird, CEO of SEOmoz.inc better known as just Moz which has really become the number 1 source for SEO content and tools. Sarah has overseen the growth of Moz from a few hundred to over 23,000 passionate customers from all over the world. She serves on the board of the Washington Technology Industry Association. She regularly speaks about culture, entrepreneurship, search marketing, and business models. Her credits include the University of Washington,...

Duration:01:13:07

How to Succeed Personally & For Society with Vinod Khosla

6/13/2016
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Today we have a great conversation with Silicon Valley Legend Vinod Khosla, co-founder of sun Microsystems and subsequently Khosla Ventures. Vinod has run Khosla ventures since 2004, prior to that Vinod spent time at the VC firm Kleiner Perkins. Vinod studied engineering in India and at age 20 failed to start a soy milk company. After receiving degrees from in Electrical Engineering from IIT New Delhi, Biomedical engineering from Carnegie Mellon, and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate...

Duration:00:34:08

The Gift of Wisdom with Jessica Herrin, Co-founder of Stella & Dot/Weddingchannel.com

6/8/2016
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Today we have a conversation with Jessica Herrin the co-founder of WeddingChannel.com and subsequently the stella & dot family of brands which does over $300M in annual revenue and empowers over 50,000 independent business owners. Jessica has been recognized for her entrepreneurial accomplishments and her passion on Oprah, in Fortune Magazine, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Glamour Magazine and more. In May , Jessica released her first book: “Find Your Extraordinary: How...

Duration:00:32:07

The 3 P’s of the 3rd Wave of Startups with Steve Case Founder of AOL

6/6/2016
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CEO and the founder of America Online, Steve Case in Silicon Valley. Steve recently released his first book, The Third Wave, on what the next era of the american startup ecosystem will look like for entrepreneurs. Steve is now the founding partner of the investment firm, Revolution partners which bets on tech entrepreneurs outside of Silicon Valley. So far they’ve backed startups like LivingSocial, Sweetgreen, Bigcommerce, and Handy. Steve became CEO of AOL in 1991 and led the company until...

Duration:00:46:24

Building $1B in Revenue with Peng T. Ong CTO & Co-founder of Match.com

6/1/2016
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Today we have a conversation with Peng T. Ong, one of the most successful entrepreneurs to come out of Singapore. Peng is the founder and CEO of Interwoven, which went public on the NASDAQ. Prior to Interwoven, Peng was co-founder of Match.com which was acquired by IAC. After Interwoven, Peng founded Encentuate, the leader in the enterprise identity management. The three businesses he started now generate annual revenues that total more than $1 billion. Peng earned a B.S. in Electrical...

Duration:00:34:41

Emotional Design & Investing with Ben Einstein, BOLT Hardware VC

5/30/2016
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Today we have a great interview with Ben Einstein, general partner and co-founder of Bolt, an early stage venture capital fund that invests and the intersection of hardware and software. Prior to starting bolt, Ben ran Brainstream Design, a product design and development consultancy in Massachusetts. Ben has been directly responsible for bringing a long list of products to market covering diverse sectors including consumer electronics, high-performance audio, sporting goods and green energy....

Duration:01:17:45

A Pro Soccer Startup with Adrian Hanauer, Owner of the Seattle Sounders

5/25/2016
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Owner and General Manager of the Seattle Sounders, Adrian Hanauer. Prior to becoming the owner of the Sounders, Adrian was a seed stage investor in aQuantive Inc. and an early investor in Amazon.com. He is also the Director at the Cambridge United Football Club Limited and sits on the Board of Trustees for the Museum of History and the Industry Advisory Board at the of The University of Washington. Overall, Adrian has 15 years of business experience in a variety of industries and has...

Duration:01:15:44

Using Economics to Win with Simon Rothman, Andrei Hagiu, and Al Roth

5/23/2016
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Today we have a great panel discussion between Simon Rothman, Partner at Greylock VC, Andrei Hagiu of the Harvard Business School, and Al Roth Nobel prize winning economist. Simon is a partner at Reid Hoffmans Greylock Venture Capital firm where he oversees their marketplace investments in companies like lyft and sprig. before greyloc simon built eBay motors from the ground up into a 14 billion a year global business. Andrei Hagiu is a professor in the strategy group at the Harvard...

Duration:00:33:48