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Obi Onyejekwe talks about growing his first company, how he took no time off when starting his second, and how accelerator programs prepare you for all to come next. Learn about how an animator with experience at major television networks gets into entrepreneurship, and why you must always follow your heart (and your gut).
Kareem Aly, Principal at Thomvest Ventures, takes us through his journey from I-Banking to venture capital, and how he reads company culture when starting a new gig. Kareem says that we can’t always start as experts, but by talking to the right people, we can get there.
Dan Flanegan, CoFounder of Butter App, covers everything from his early days programming when message boards were the pinnacle of internet networks, to working in product development, starting his own company, and how you can maximize your time in an Accelerator.
Ben Smith is the Managing Partner of Chancebending Ventures and also the Host of the Chancebending Podcast. On this episode, Ben discusses his thoughts on what separates the best Founders from the average ones. He tells great stories of the early days of YouTube, where he launched the first office in Los Angeles. And he also gives his advice on when to jump into new business opportunities.
In this episode of Demo Day, Lucas Pols, Managing Partner of Amplite Capital, covers the value of open communication within teams, why you need to constantly be developing your skills and your network, and how your career might not evolve how you expect it to — and why that’s okay.
In this episode of Demo Day, Eric Netsch explains how everything you need to learn to start your business is available online. Hear how Eric decided to leave his first startup to launch Tapcart, and what you should consider in choosing an accelerator or coworking space.
Anna Barber goes through her journey from New York City to Silicon Valley and finally to Los Angeles, and why she enjoys working with startups so much. Tune in to hear what Techstars looks for in a startup, and the value of going through their program.
Anthony Kelani discusses how to recognize when it’s time to get out of your day job and go full-time into entrepreneurship. Learn how he went from a young boy tinkering with computers to a USC student playing in the Trojan Marching Band, to a defense contractor, startup founder, and venture capitalist.