Eric Ries – The Startup Way1 year Ago1:2:29
Entrepreneurship guru and author of “The Lean Startup" presents his highly-anticipated follow-up, “The Startup Way.” Buy a copy here: http://www.strandbooks.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.results&includeOutOfStock=1&searchString=eric+ries+startup+way
Having turned his attention to reinventing the modern company, Ries has now written the new framework based on five key principles used in successful startups. Drawing from his extensive work history with multinational companies such as GE, Amazon, Facebook, Airbnb, Toyota, and more, Eric creates the essential roadmap to help organizations find long-term growth through continuous transformation.
Eric Ries’ New York Times bestseller “The Lean Startup,” has sold over one million copies and has been translated into more than thirty languages. He is the creator of the Lean Startup methodology, which has become a global movement in business, practiced by individuals and companies around the world.
He appears in conversation with Beth Comstock, Vice Chair of General Electric.
Recorded October 18, 2017
Tim Cook – At Oxford Oct. 20171 year Ago56:12
Apple CEO Tim Cook opened a new startup hub at the University of Oxford on Wednesday called The Oxford Foundry.
The facility, based out of a Victorian building previously used as an ice factory and a student night club, has been backed with a $1 million donation from LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman.
It will aim to support entrepreneurial students as they look to set up and grow their own companies.
The Oxford Foundry — a part of the university's Saïd Business School — will be open to all students, as well as Oxford alumni. There will be an exclusive startup accelerator programme where students with the best ideas will be housed and given mentorship.
Speaking at the launch, Louise Richards, vice chancellor of the University of Oxford, said The Oxford Foundry is "going to build on the entrepreneurial skills of 23,000 students across the university."
Cook told students about his own university experience, before passing on a few words of wisdom.
"By the time I was in Duke [University] I had begun to think what is my purpose in life," he said. "I was struggling with a lot of things personally and professionally at that time. It began to dawn on me then that the purpose of life wasn't to love your job but to serve humanity. The outcome of that would mean that you'll love your job.
Ryan Hoover – Communicate with users, build something they want1 year Ago49:01
Ryan Hoover is the founder of Product Hunt.
Ryan also just announced the Weekend Fund, a "$3M venture fund to invest in your next favorite thing" - https://medium.com/@rrhoover/weekend-fund-%EF%B8%8F-72dfdc830f00
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Satya Nadella – TimesTalks with Microsoft CEO1 year Ago1:17:11
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Jason Calacanis – How to Invest in technology startups2 years Ago1:4:51
Jason Calacanis is a technology entrepreneur, angel investor, and the host of the weekly podcast This Week in Startups. As a scout for Silicon Valley venture capital firm Sequoia Capital and later as an angel investor, Jason has invested in 150 early-stage startups, including four that have achieved billion-dollar valuations (so far). His book, "Angel: How to Invest in Technology Startups," is published by HarperBusiness.
Calacanis and Google Research Operations Manager Heath Row discuss the skills needed to pick a hit investment, what to look for in founders and investment opportunities, why VC should be democratized, and the difference between Silicon Alley, the Digital Coast, and Silicon Valley.
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Moderated by Heath Row, Research Operations Manager, Google.
Vitalik Buterin – Ethereum at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 20172 years Ago25:48
AngelList's Naval Ravikant brings Ethereum's Vitalik Buterin onstage to explain what it is and why it's useful.
NPR How I Built This – Zappos: Tony Hsieh2 years Ago30:04
NPR How I Built It - Zappos: Tony Hsieh [Business] (Soundtrack)
Computer scientist Tony Hsieh made millions off the dot-com boom. But he didn't make his mark until he built Zappos — a customer service company that "happens to sell shoes." Now Zappos is worth over a billion dollars and known for its completely unorthodox management style.
NPR How I Built This – Virgin: Richard Branson2 years Ago34:50
NPR How I Built This - Virgin: Richard Branson
Richard Branson took a record shop and built it into a label, a bank, an airline, space tourism, and 200 other businesses — all under the name Virgin. But the serial entrepreneur has also had his share of failures.
Jeff Bezos – Innovation, culture and acquisitions2 years Ago52:54
An interview with billionaire and founder/CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos. In this interview, Jeff discusses innovation at Amazon and how he keeps talented employees. Jeff also talks about buying the Washington Post and his vision for space and Blue Origin. Books on Jeff Bezos and his favourite books are located at the bottom of the description
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1:28 What happened with the fire phone?
2:40 Mistake with the phone?
4:53 Can Amazon make money?
7:30 How to not be profitable and have a high stock price?
8:12 When is losing money too much?
12:08 6 hours a year on investor relations
13:17 What do you tell employee when the stock goes down?
15:01 Keeping employee’s at Amazon?
16:34 Keeping employees with low pay and no extras?
20:32 How dependent is Amazon on you?
23:10 Succession plan?
23:30 Hiset fight
24:50 Future for authors
30:07 Competition and focus
37:00 Will everyone else but the US will get drone deliveries?
37:27 Changed outlook on life since turning 50?
38:08 A book written on you?
38:49 The comment from your wife?
40:08 What are you like as a dad?
42:50 Why did you buy the Washington Post?
46:41 Why are you optimistic about the newspaper industry?
48:29 The vision for space?
Jeff Bezos books (affiliate link)
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Jeff Bezos Favourite Books
The Remains of the Day:http://bit.ly/RemainsOfTheDay
Sam Walton: Made in America:http://bit.ly/MadeInAmericaJB
Memos from the Chairman:http://bit.ly/MemosChairman
The Mythical Man-Month:http://bit.ly/MythicalManMonthJB
Interview Date: 15th December, 2014
Event: Business Insider's Ignition 2014
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Mark Zuckerberg – Facebook mission2 years Ago56:29
Mark zuckerberg Live video from the Facebook Communities Summit in Chicago
Mark said I believe the most important thing we can do is work to bring people closer together. It's so important that we're changing Facebook's whole mission to take this on.
For the past decade, we've focused on making the world more open and connected. We're not done yet and we will continue working to give people a voice and help people connect. But even as we make progress, our society is still divided. So now I believe we have a responsibility to do even more. It's not enough to simply connect the world; we must also work to bring the world closer together.
We need to give people a voice to get a diversity of opinions out there, but we also need to build enough common ground so we can all make progress together. We need to stay connected with people we already know and care about, but we also need to meet new people with new perspectives. We need support from family and friends, but we also need to build communities to support us as well.
Our new mission will continue our path and set our course for the next decade.
The idea for our mission is: "bring the world closer together".
The full mission statement is: "give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together". This reflects that we will not accomplish this mission ourselves, but by empowering people around the world to build communities and bring people together.
Our lives are all connected. In the next generation, our greatest opportunities and challenges we can only take on together -- ending poverty, curing diseases, stopping climate change, spreading freedom and tolerance, stopping violence. No single group or even nation can do them alone.
This isn't going to happen top down. Change starts local, when enough of us feel a sense of purpose and support in our own lives that we can start caring about broader issues too.
Communities give us that sense that we are part of something greater than ourselves, that we are not alone, and that we have something better ahead to work for.
This is our challenge. We have to build a world where every single person has a sense of purpose and community. That's how we'll bring the world closer together.
A mission isn't just a statement. It's a nuanced philosophy and hope for the world. We carry out our mission not through repeating a statement, but in the work each of us do every day. And if enough of us work to build community and bring people together, then we just might change the world.
Thank you for all you do for your communities and for the world. It's an honor to be on this mission with you, and I'm looking forward to doing this together.
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Sam Altman & Reid Hoffman – From a startup to a scaleup2 years Ago41:03
Sam Altman sits down with Reid Hoffman to talk about the key changes founders should think about as they transition from a startup to a scaleup.
This conversation took place at The Scaleup Offsite, a private CEO gathering hosted by Y Combinator Continuity and Greylock Partners in April 2017.
Paul Graham – The fundamentals of startups2 years Ago48:21
A interview and Q&A with the founder of the seed accelerator giant Y Combinator, Paul Graham. In this interview Paul talks about six principles of startups that would be helpful to those looking to start a business. Paul also talks about why it is not always a good idea to start a startup and the opportunity cost if you do. Books by Paul Graham and his favourite books are located at the bottom of the description
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0:43 Startups are counter intuitive
2:28 Startups are weird
4:05 You can trust your instincts about people
5:25 What you need to succeed in startups, is not expertise in startups
11:00 Starting a startup is where gaming a system stops
14:22 Startups are all consuming
16:00 You don't have to start your startup in university
19:09 There are some things you can only do in your 20’s
21:41 Starting a startup is hard
24:20 The way to get startup ideas, is not to think about startup ideas
31:07 Just learn
31:18 Start o Q&A
31:38 How can a non-technical founder contribute to s startup?
32:40 Do you see any value in business school for entrepreneurs?
34:32 Managing the first two or three people?
36:20 Are we currently in a bubble?
37:51 People are starting startup labs
39:13 Advice for female co-founders when pursuing money?
40:32 What would you learn in college right now?
41:34 What are your recurring system that make you efficient?
43:20 When is a good time to turn a side project into a startup?
44:01 How to decide if you have explosive growth?
44:43 What kind of startups should not go through Y combinator?
45:42 How to figure out what matters?
47:19 If you hire people you like you might get mono culture, how do you look for blind spots?
Paul Graham Books (affiliate link)
Hackers & Painters:http://bit.ly/HackersPainters
Paul Graham’s Favourite Books
The Art of War in the Middle Ages:http://bit.ly/ArtOfWarMA
Medieval Technology and Social Change:http://bit.ly/MedievalTech
Penguin Atlases of Ancient and Medieval History:http://bit.ly/PenguinHistorical
Interview Date: 30th September 2014
Event: Stanford University, How to Start a Startup
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Travis Kalanick – Q&A at Uber Technology Day2 years Ago1:5:02
The conclusion of the day long event at our Palo Alto office on March 10, 2017. Presentation and Q&A session with Uber co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick. Moderated by senior director of engineering Komal Mangtani, who is the executive sponsor for Uber's LadyEng group.
Dustin Moskovitz – Ideas, Products, Teams, and Execution2 years Ago44:10
How to Start a Startup is a series of video lectures, initially given at Stanford in Fall 2014.
Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, and Dustin Moskovitz, Cofounder of Facebook, Asana, and Good Ventures, kick off the How to Start a Startup Course. Sam covers the first 2 of the 4 Key Areas: Ideas, Products, Teams and Execution; and Dustin discusses Why to Start a Startup.
See the slides and readings at http://www.startupclass.samaltman.com/courses/lec01
Mark Cuban – Full Q&A at Oxford Union2 years Ago1:5:07
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Dr Fei-Fei Li & Mike Abbott – How AI startups must compete with Google2 years Ago21:39
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Mike Abbott, Partner of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, sits with Dr. Fei Fei Li, Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department at Stanford, and the Director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab and the Stanford Vision Lab.
Dr Li's main research areas are in machine learning, deep learning, computer vision and cognitive and computational neuroscience. She has published more than 150 scientific articles in top-tier journals and conferences and invented ImageNet and the ImageNet Challenge, a critical large-scale dataset and benchmarking effort that has contributed to the latest developments in deep learning and AI. As of January 2017, Fei-Fei Li is spending her sabbatical at Google Cloud as Chief Scientist AI/ML.
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Drew Houston – How to build the future2 years Ago0:31
Drew is the founder and CEO of Dropbox.
Rejected once before, Drew eventually went through Y Combinator in the Winter of 2007 with Dropbox and has since grown it to over 500 million users today.
Ryan Hoover – Building Product Hunt, mascots and crying2 years Ago37:45
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Sam Altman – Office hours2 years Ago24:35
Sam Altman and Craig Cannon go through questions submitted on Hacker News.
To submit a question for Office Hours, send an email to Macro@YCombinator.com with a few sentences of context and your question.
0:10 - As a B2B company how do you get sales outside of your network?
1:55 - Should you go to meetups?
3:01 - How do you expand your network?
5:25 - When founding a startup, is being a college student an advantage or a disadvantage? Does it matter at all?
9:01 - How can a student with no technical background go start a startup?
9:59 - How can a nontechnical person vet a technical person?
10:45 - What should people do when they're not technical but want to build some technical skills?
11:12 - Why do you think crowdfunding for startups hasn't kicked off as well as hoped? What sort of pitfalls have startups in the space encountered that you know about?
12:51 - What do you think is the best way to create impact/maximize potential impact on the world for a high school student developer?
15:45 - How did Sam go about finding what he and the world values?
19:30 - With VR/AR on the rise, how do you think it's going to impact the startup community?
22:02 - How do you know if you're technical enough to build great products?
22:49 - If you were an important but non-founder employee at a startup and your company were to be acquired, how would you approach the process of integrating and insuring success between the companies? And how would you evaluate the acquiring company to decide if it's worth staying?
NPR How I Built This – Southwest Airlines: Herb Kelleher2 years Ago35:25
In 1968, competitors sued to keep Herb Kelleher's new airline grounded. After a 3-year court fight, the first plane took off from Dallas. Today Southwest Airlines operates nearly 4,000 flights a day.
NPR How I Built This – Airbnb: Joe Gebbia2 years Ago42:44
A chance encounter with a stranger gave Joe Gebbia an idea to help pay his rent. That idea turned into Airbnb — a company that now has more rooms than the biggest hotel chain in the world.
NPR How I Built This – Instagram: Kevin Systrom & Mike Krieger2 years Ago30:19
NPR How I Built This - Instagram: Kevin Systrom & Mike Krieger
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Larry Page & Sergey Brin – Founding Google2 years Ago41:56
Larry Page & Sergey Brin - Founding Google
Google's original homepage had a simple design because the company founders were not experienced in HTML, the markup language used for designing web pages. Google began in January 1996 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin when they were both PhD students at Stanford University in Stanford, California.
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It began with an argument. When he first met Larry Page in the summer of 1995, Sergey Brin was a second-year grad student in the computer science department at Stanford University. Gregarious by nature, Brin had volunteered as a guide of sorts for potential first-years – students who had been admitted, but were still deciding whether to attend. His duties included showing recruits the campus and leading a tour of nearby San Francisco. Page, an engineering major from the University of Michigan, ended up in Brin's group.
Ashton Kutcher & Brian Chesky – Strategies for entrepreneurs2 years Ago29:54
Airbnb Co-founder/CEO Brian Chesky sat down with Ashton Kutcher, actor and entrepreneur, at this year's Airbnb Open in downtown Los Angeles to discuss how to navigate unfamiliar territory, spot business opportunities, and innovate for success.
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Ryan Hoover – Building a community3 years Ago38:40
In the fourth episode of Please Hold, Service CEO Michael Schneider chats with Ryan Hoover, CEO and founder of Product Hunt, about building and being part of a tech community, his path to success, and the tricky pronunciation of LaCroix.
In this episode, we'll cover:
1:36 What is your favorite game, and what do you think the future of gaming will be like?
5:03 Why was being a product manager so helpful in your path to becoming a CEO?
7:07 The Product Hunt story. When did you know this was a viable business idea?
8:50 Why is email such a valuable tool for startups? Who started out as just an email list?
10:24 What’s it like to raise money for a product that doesn’t have a plan for monetization?
12:00 Why create a limited availability product? Why not have everyone able to… product hunt?
13:05 What were the criteria? How did you cultivate this community?
14:30 What was the experience of being a solo founder?
15:50 What’s the coolest thing to come out of Product Hunt? The most absurd?
18:55 Ryan covers a smart, simple idea to come out of Product Hunt.
20:33 What's with all the mystery boxes?
22:07 Why do people feel so passionate about Product Hunt?
23:18 Ryan talks about his experience with Service.
24:00 What do you see for the future of customer service?
25:51 What role will bots play in the future of customer service?
27:20 What’s customer service like at product hunt?
28:40 What’s it like having a partner who is in the tech space also?
29:58 How important is it for a CEO to be active on social media?
32:29 How exactly do you pronounce LaCroix? What's your flavor?
35:27 Ryan talks about his involvement with the new Apple series Planet of the Apps.
Melanie Perkins – Co-Founder of Canva at The Sunrise Conference 20163 years Ago56:48
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Gary Vaynerchuck – Conversation at LinkedIn3 years Ago57:19
Description: LinkedIn NYC is thrilled to welcome LinkedIn Influencer and internet famous social media master Gary Vaynerchuk to our offices for LinkedIn NYC’s Local Edition of the LinkedIn Speaker Series. As a leading innovator in social media, entrepreneurship, startups, and family businesses - join us to hear Gary’s take on where the world is going when it comes to business, upcoming trends, and more.
Des Traynor – How to acquire & retain customers3 years Ago1:1:49
In episode 624 of This Week in Startups, Intercom cofounder Des Traynor returns to the LAUNCH Incubator with another powerhouse talk. “Thinking Through the Funnel,” Des leads founders through different issues they should consider when trying to acquire users. Des lays a foundation by saying that most companies have no difficulty getting their first hundred, thousand, or sometimes even million users; it’s keeping those users that is the truly challenging task for companies. Read on for a quick walkthrough of the four main steps of getting — and keeping — users.
Kevin Systrom – Seizing the “Aha” moment3 years Ago27:21
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Brian Chesky – Launching Airbnb, the Challenges of Scale3 years Ago1:38:30
This is session 18 of Technology-enabled Blitzscaling, a Stanford University class taught by Reid Hoffman, John Lilly, Allen Blue, and Chris Yeh. This class features Reed Hoffman interviewing **Brian Chesky**, the Co-Founder and CEO of Airbnb.
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Gary Vaynerchuk & Casey Neistat – Storytelling4 years Ago1:6:54
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Michael Seibel – Startup Grind Silicon Valley4 years Ago52:34
Michael is currently a full-time partner at Y Combinator.
Previously, he was a co-founder and CEO of Justin.tv from 2007 - 2011 and the co-founder and CEO of Socialcam in 2012. During 2012, Socialcam participated in Y Combinator, raised angel financing from a group of amazing investors, and sold to Autodesk Inc. for $60m (link). Needless to say - it was a busy year. In 2014 Justin.tv became Twitch Interactive and under the leadership of Emmett Shear and Kevin Lin sold to Amazon for $970m.
Ryan Hoover – Bothsides TV episode 114 years Ago1:16:19
Mark Suster sits down with Ryan Hoover, CEO of Product Hunt, to discuss its rapid ascent as a destination for the startup community, as well as his journey founding the company.
AngelList – Changing the landscape of investing4 years Ago1:27:59
AngelList was created in 2010 to help entrepreneurs recruit talent, get startup advice, and connect with potential investors online. In this candid classroom session, Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer Robert Siegel discusses the changing landscape of investing with AngelList COO Kevin Laws and VP of Fundraising Products Ash Fontana.
Topics covered include:
• Identifying product/market fit in platform businesses.
• Understanding the different players within the angel/venture capital ecosystem.
• Explaining why investors often have incentives to interact with entrepreneurs using traditional modes of communication, in order to protect their access to top startups, limiting trackable activities and outcomes on AngelList.
• Evaluating AngelList as an option for entrepreneurs seeking early stage financing.
Laws and Fontana were guest speakers in Siegel's Entrepreneurship: Formation of New Ventures class on October 21, 2014.
Learn more about Stanford GSB lecturer Robert Siegel: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/faculty-research/faculty/robert-e-siegel
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Guy Kawasaki – Startup Grind hangout4 years Ago1:11:36
Guy Kawasaki is the chief evangelist of Canva, a graphics-design online service, and an executive fellow at the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley. Formerly, he was an advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google and chief evangelist of Apple. He is also the author of APE, What the Plus!, Enchantment, and most recently The Art of the Start 2.0. Guy has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson College.
This event will be streamed live through Google Hangouts. Please join us for this fantastic fireside chat with Guy Kawasaki and Derek Andersen from Startup Grind.
Location: Google HQ in Mountain View
Date: March 18th, 2015
Time: 10:00 am PST (11am MST, 12pm CST, 1pm EST)
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Guy Kawasaki – If I knew then what I know now4 years Ago1:9:23
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Reid Hoffman – This week in startups4 years Ago1:19:29
Today on TWIST: Reid Hoffman! In this riveting 90 minutes, Jason sits down at LinkedIn with its legendary founder, entrepreneur, product strategist, investor, and author. Get ready to take notes -- and watch & listen at least twice -- as Reid shares a treasure trove of insights and lessons. You'll hear his early inspirations, origins of the "PayPal mafia," secrets to his successes, greatest mistakes, sharp advice to entrepreneurs, smartest investment strategies, his impressions of fellow Silicon Valley luminaries (hints: Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Peter Thiel....), why he holds himself to a high standard, his insights into our biggest problems today and what even defines a human society -- and much MUCH more.
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Aaron Levie – Building for the enterprise4 years Ago46:20
Lecture Transcript: http://tech.genius.com/Aaron-levie-lecture-12-sales-and-marketing-annotated
Aaron Levie - founder of Box, enterprise master, Twitter comedic genius. In this lecture, he'll convince you to Build for the Enterprise.
See the slides and readings at startupclass.samaltman.com/courses/lec12/
Discuss this lecture: https://startupclass.co/courses/how-to-start-a-startup/lectures/64041
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Anthony Casalena – Foundation 395 years Ago50:15
In our newest Foundation interview, I spend some time with Squarespace founder and CEO Anthony Casalena. Anthony provides a fascinating look at the Squarespace ideation narrative, and the company's short-term and long-term goals.
Jessica Livingston – Startup Grind 20145 years Ago38:40
Jessica Livingston is a founding partner at Y Combinator. She is also the organizer of Startup School, the big annual startup conference, and the author of Founders at Work, a collection of interviews with successful startup founders. Y Combinator was the first of the new startup "incubators" that fund a bunch of startups at once. Since 2005 YC has funded over 560 companies, including Dropbox, Airbnb, Stripe, and Reddit.
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Guy Kawasaki – The top 10 mistakes of entrepreneurs6 years Ago1:23:58
The UC Berkeley Startup Competition (Bplan) proudly welcomed Guy Kawasaki to the Haas School of Business. Kawasaki, former chief evangelist of Apple and co-founder of Garage Technology Ventures, explained the top ten mistakes that entrepreneurs make. His talk covered all stages of a startup from inception to exit.
Chris Sacca – This week in startups6 years Ago1:12:20
Chris' interview was so incredible that we couldn't contain it in just one episode, so today is only part one--you'll have to check back soon for part two!
*Disclaimer: Chris has a potty mouth and we've attempted to bleep out all of his swear words. We apologize in advance if any snuck by our censors.
1:00 Welcome everyone! Today on TWiST we have Chris Sacca of Lowercase Capital.
2:30 Thank you to Hiscox for supporting the show. Everyone go to hiscoxusa.com/smallbiz to get a free quote online in less than 15 minutes.
5:00 Chris, welcome to the show.
6:15 What is it that you do on a daily basis?
9:15 Chris: There's a lot of garbage getting funded today.
10:00 What does it mean to be a founder in your book?
12:15 Is fearlessness a good trait?
14:45 Has it become too easy to become a founder?
19:15 How did you wind up being an investor in companies like Facebook, Twitter and Uber?
20:00 Chris shares the story of how he found himself in a huge financial hole.
25:30 Thank you to Stamps.com for their support of the show! Everyone go to stamps.com and use the code TWIST for your free, 4-week trial.
28:15 Chris resumes his story of how he gambled and lost big.
29:45 What happens when people come to collect on the debt?
34:30 What was Speedera's business?
35:00 How did you land at Google?
38:15 Chris: My first angel investment was in Photobucket.
40:00 Is it right that you once took over on the secondary market for most Twitter shares?
44:30 True or false: people in the Valley tend to be like "dude, I got you,"--until the money comes in.
47:45 Has VC behavior gotten better or worse in the last decade?
50:30 Tell me about Garrett Camp of Stumbleupon.
51:45 Twitter, some would say, is screwing over the developers that helped build it. What's your take on that?
1:00:00 Are you slowing down on angel investing right now?
1:01:45 Chris reveals the existence of the fund Lowercase Stampede.
1:03:30 What gives you the ability to look at a new space with fresh eyes?
1:05:30 How did you get involved in Hollywood?
1:07:00 What do you think the impact of Kickstarter is on the entertainment business?
1:10:15 This concludes part one of Jason's interview with Chris. Party two is coming soon--stay tuned!
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Watch vintage Steve Jobs footage on Apple. This is a rare 22 minute presentation given by Steve Jobs on 1980. This video was gifted to Computer History Museum by Regis McKenna and can be found on their online exhibit about Steve Jobs here: http://www.computerhistory.org/highlights/stevejobs/
Kevin Systrom & Mike Krieger – From Stanford to startup8 years Ago54:48
Instagram Co-Founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger challenge many of the myths surrounding startups and the lives of entrepreneurs. Both former Mayfield Fellows with the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Systrom and Krieger share their first-hand experiences of the entrepreneurial process, including identifying good problems to solve and the value in building simple solutions and minimum viable products. Systrom and Krieger also discuss aspects of their co-founder working relationship and their efforts to maintain a balance between work and life.
View more clips and share your comments at http://ecorner.stanford.edu/authorMaterialInfo.html?mid=2735
Eric Ries – Talks at Google8 years Ago58:09
Google hosts Eric Ries author of, "The Lean Startup"
The Lean Startup movement is taking hold in companies both new and established to help entrepreneurs and managers do one important thing: make better, faster business decisions. Vastly better, faster business decisions. Bringing principles from lean manufacturing and agile development to the process of innovation, the Lean Startup helps companies succeed in a business landscape riddled with risk. This book shows you how.
Eric is the author of the popular blog Startup Lessons Learned and the creator of the Lean Startup methodology. He co-founded and served as CTO of IMVU, his third startup, which has today has over 40 million users and 2009 revenue over $22 million. An entrepreneur in residence at Harvard Business School and a frequent speaker at business events, he advises startups on business and product strategy using the Lean Startup approach.
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Jack Dorsey – Foundation 018 years Ago27:08
In this series premiere of Foundation, Kevin Rose interviews Jack Dorsey, the creator, co-founder and chairman of Twitter and the CEO of Square. The conversation talks of entrepreneurship, decision making, trial and error, and the path Jack took that lead to the creation of Twitter and Square.