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E27: What it’s like at YC and how to quickly turn profitable after raising with InEvent’s Pedro Góes

This episode, InEvent’s CEO Pedro Góes talks about how to get funding for a startup, ways to new businesses can build credibility, and what makes a tech business idea a success. Pedro Góes is currently the CEO of InEvent, a Y Combinator venture-backed company providing an event, marketing and sales platform for Forbes 2000 Global companies, including Amazon, Coca-Cola, KPMG, Santander, Unilever, Boeing, Embraer and Citibank. Previously Pedro started a company in college where he ...

E26: Building an epic SaaS company in an uncommon niche with Jeremiah Henson

This episode, Engage Mobilize’s Co-Founder Jeremiah Henson talks about the different types of software used in the oil and gas industry, the niche opportunities that are still available for software development, and how a Founder’s role changes as a company grows. Jeremiah Henson is Engage Mobilize’s Co-Founder and Vice President of Product where he leads the vision and delivery of industrial workflow management product. Jeremiah has over a decade of product leadership experience and has ...

E25: The Rise of AI and How it Will Transform America’s Economy with Sean Boyce and Chris Carr

This episode, NxtStep Consulting’s Founder Sean Boyce, and Farotech’s CEO Chris Carr talk about how AI will affect the American economy, the black box elements of large language models, and Open AI’s journey from non-profit to capped-profit company. Chris Carr is the President and CEO of Farotec which specializes in inbound marketing and SEO strategy. Chris has worked in marketing for over two decades and has a proven track record of results. Sean Boyce has ...

E24: How AI is Revolutionizing Testing and Education with Echo360’s Manoj Rana

In this episode, Echo360’s Chief Technology Officer Manoj Rana talks about the issues with the current assessment model used in education, the ways educational testing is evolving, and how we can customize the education experience with AI. Manoj Rana is an engineering leader with a proven track record of building teams across start-ups and large organizations. Manoj is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Echo360 and has expertise in building scalable, low-latency platforms and delivering ...

E23: From Selling Mangoes out of a Pickup Truck to Disrupting the Entire Real Estate Market

In this episode, Founder and CEO of Homie Mike Peregrina talk about how he’s disrupting the traditional realtor model, simplifying the house-buying process, and saving people money when they purchase a property. Mike Peregrina is the CEO and Founder of Homie a venture-backed, Proptech/Fintech platform that makes finding, buying, and selling a home easier and less expensive. Mike is an entrepreneur at heart with over $2B in transaction value experience with a broad investment banking ...

E22: Data Collection and Distribution – Do We Have Any Control? with WireWheel’s Justin Antonipillai

In this episode, Founder and CEO of WireWheel Justin Antonipillai talks about the legislation around how companies use data, how users can control the amount of their data that is being captured and shared, and the changes happening in data collection and management. Justin Antonipillai is the Founder and CEO of WireWheel, a Data Privacy Management Platform that leverages the latest advancements in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and distributed computing and addresses all phases of ...

E21: Discovering hidden relationships between customers and prospects with Bob Moore from Crossbeam

Bob Moore has been working in SaaS businesses fo over 15 years and has founded three separate successful online businesses. One of the businesses Bob is the co-founder and CEO of is Crossbeam a partner ecosystem platform that acts as an escrow service for data to help companies build more valuable partnerships. Here are a few of the topics we’ll discuss on this episode of Cache Flow: How Bob learned about the venture capital world. ...

E20: Taking Advantage of the Recession – Starting Companies and Buying Crypto with Gary Cardone

This episode, CEO and Co-Founder of Chargebacks911 Gary Cardone talks about the benefits of starting a company during a recession, the digitalization of money, and the governance around Bitcoin. Gary Cardone is the CEO and Co-Founder of Chargebacks911, a comprehensive fraud mitigation, risk management, and loss prevention company, serving card-not-present merchants in global markets. Gary runs multiple other businesses across four different large industries (energy, real estate, financial services, and web3.0). Each of these businesses ...

EP19: The Radical Ways Healthcare has to Change in Order to be Affordable and Better for the Patient

In this episode, Founder and CEO of Sena Health Anthony Whebe talk about the unsustainable nature of healthcare, the different forms of care you can do in the home, and how technology will change the way healthcare is delivered. Anthony J. Wehbe is an award-winning healthcare executive whose people-centric, physician-focused leadership optimizes clinical outcomes and financial performance at integrated health systems in the Philadelphia region. Anthony designs and executes strategies that maximize revenue and market ...

EP18: Growing Twitter Followers and Helping Others do the same

In this episode, the Founder of Tweet Hunter JK Molina talks about how he built huge followers on Twitter, the key tricks to building Twitter followers, and how to make Twitter ads successful. JK Molina grew his Twitter account to over 125,000 followers before he started to share his knowledge of how to grow an audience. Since then he founded Tweet Hunter and grew the company to over $1 Million ARR. Here are a few ...

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