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Best Startup Business podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Startup Business podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Listen as real entrepreneurs pitch to real investors—for real money. In each episode, we take you behind closed doors to the critical moment when aspiring entrepreneurs put it all on the line. While it offers a glimpse into the high-stakes world of venture capital, it’s really a show about human relationships: how people sell their ideas, what makes investors tick, and how these initial conversations can bloom into business deals—or die on the vine. Hosted by Josh Muccio.
 
The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future – especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every week; visit a16z.com for more details and to sign up for our newsletters and other content as well!
 
Equity is TechCrunch’s venture capital podcast. In each episode, you'll hear the stories behind the money that runs Silicon Valley. TechCrunch reporter Alex Wilhelm teams up with Danny Crichton and the most notable VCs in the industry to analyze who's raising, who's selling out and who's going public.
 
The longest running (and most popular) podcast for non-venture track startups, this show follow the stories of founders as they start, acquire, and grow SaaS companies. Hear when they fail, struggle, succeed, and take you with them through the tumultuous life of an entrepreneur. If you like Mixergy, This Week in Startups, or SaaStr, you’ll enjoy Startup for the Rest of Us.
 
Bootstrapped Web is for entrepreneurs who are bootstrapping web startups and believe in order to achieve success, we must learn by doing. Interviews with bootstrapped entrepreneurs and case studies in building profitable businesses.
 
Essential listening for entrepreneurs, product managers and anyone working in tech today. We break down the concepts you need to know, from Product Management to Growth, Sales to Funding, we'll bring you stories that will inspire and insights that will change the way you think about product and business. Rocketship.fm, produced in partnership with Product Collective, inspires hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs, developers, marketers, product people, and designers each month. Join us as w ...
 
The team at Stanford eCorner believes in the powerful combination of evidence and imagination. We share original stories from informed leaders in academia and industry that focus on innovation, startups, culture, and strategy. The goal: empower you to bring bold ideas to life. Stanford eCorner is led by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship center in Stanford University’s School of Engineering.
 
The Stack Overflow podcast is a weekly conversation about working in software development, learning to code, and the art and culture of computer programming. Hosted by Sara Chipps, Paul Ford, and Ben Popper, the series will feature questions from our community, interviews with fascinating guests, and hot takes on what’s happening in tech.About Stack OverflowFounded in 2008, Stack Overflow is the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build ...
 
Journalists-turned-entrepreneurs, Manoush Zomorodi and Jen Poyant, share their struggles to build an ethically-minded company, Stable Genius Productions, all while investigating how other founders and creators are resisting the “winners take all” mindset of Silicon Valley. From techies putting humanity at the heart of their products, to artists looking beyond ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ for validation, and investors who value empathy over 100 X returns...there’s a new movement to chart a kinder, su ...
 
The Official Saastr Podcast is the latest and greatest from the world of Saastr, interviewing the most prominent operators and investors to discover their tips, tactics and strategies to attain success in the fiercely competitive world of SaaS. On the side of the operators, we centre around getting from $0 to $100m ARR faster, what it takes to scale successfully and what are the core elements of hiring. As for the investors, we learn what metrics they hone in on when examining SaaS business, ...
 
Chris Ducker is a proud British entrepreneur, bestselling author and international keynote speaker, who brings you his own take on what it means to be a personal brand entrepreneur in the 21st century. Everything from building a personal brand to delegating like a king, right the way through to creating and launching online products and services, to marketing yourself as the go-to leader in your industry and beyond is covered. If you're a speaker, author, coach, consultant, expert, blogger, ...
 
The Rogue Startups podcast features two bootstrapped startup founders as they grow their businesses. We feature experts in the fields of sales, marketing, and product development to hear how they're growth hacking their productized services, WordPress plugins, and SaaS products. If you're on the journey of an entrepreneur then tune and hear how we're tackling some of the same obstacles you may be facing, and how we're winning in the game of business. Listeners of Startups for the Rest of Us, ...
 
90 per cent of startups fail, but what does it take to build a business that succeeds? That defies all expectations? That could one-day become what investors call a unicorn? Hosted by Kristofor Lawson this series dives into the heart of entrepreneurship, bringing you in-depth interviews with some of the world's greatest business minds. Everyone in this series is a founder, there from the start when their idea was written on the back of a napkin and are now at the helm of a global company.
 
In a major new series Danny Fortson paints a picture of Silicon Valley - how it became the most important driver of tech and society on the planet, and where the people who run it are planning on going next. Danny has been the West Coast correspondent for The Sunday Times since the beginning of 2017, covering all things technology and Silicon Valley. He also hosts the weekly Danny in the Valley podcast. Before moving to California, where he was born and raised, he spent more than a decade in ...
 
To be an effective founder, you need to prioritize and relentlessly focus on getting the right things done...while juggling everything else life throws at you. I interview successful founders to uncover how they navigated these challenges and how you can learn from their successes and mistakes. We cut through the noise to help you build a successful business on your own terms.
 
Giant Talk: The World's First OKR Podcast is now in its fourth season. Hosted by Lawrence Walsh, OKR expert and Strategy & Leadership Coach, this weekly podcast dives into the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) methodology, focusing on the successes and challenges facing growing businesses and how OKRs can be the catalyst for agile growth. Giant Talk is now streaming in partnership with Koan. Koan provide a simple, collaborative way to manage goals and OKRs for your entire company.
 
Named a top 27 business podcast by Fortune, upside examines startup investing outside of Silicon Valley.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 company2.) Interview: interview with the founder3.) Debrief: breaking down the opportunitySometimes, we share Coffee Chats interviewing venture capitalists, community ...
 
Startup insider Kent Lindstrom explores the reality behind the Silicon Valley headlines as he sits down with the established veterans and up-and-comers who are shaping the way we view the world online and beyond. Topics include technology trends, startups, Silicon Valley politics, women in silicon valley and more. Learn the histories of each guest and be enlightened by their area of expertise. New episode released each Tuesday at Noon, Pacific Time.
 
In-depth, one-on-one conversations with founders, CEOs, and makers. The journey, lessons learned, and the struggles. Let’s do this! Host Adam Stacoviak dives deep into the trials, tribulations, successes, and failures of industry leading entrepreneurs, leaders, innovators, and visionaries.
 
Inc. Uncensored is a lively weekly podcast exploring the fast-moving world of startups, entrepreneurship, technology, and high-growth businesses—all through the eyes of the veteran business journalists of Inc. and Inc.com. We’ll keep you up to date on industry trends, best practices, and cool companies. With host Christine Lagorio-Chafkin, Inc.’s senior writer, along with frequent appearances from staff writers Kevin Ryan, Emily Canal, executive editor Kimberly Weisul and more.
 
Matrix Moments, by Matrix Partners India, is a podcast series dedicated to the founders, startups and all those within the ecosystem, through candid conversations on what we think it really takes to survive in this wild, wild startup world. In a world where we are endlessly engulfed with information in all its forms and sizes, this is our attempt to create, curate and bring to you the insights and reflections that we have had the luxury of having learned the hard way, through all the years s ...
 
Mike Murphy Unplugged is a podcast for one-man bands and creative entrepreneurs to learn the tools to create online content and move forward in business and in life. Learn how to start a podcast, how to use the gear and tools and productivity resources to simplify content creation. Hard work, practicing your craft and good attitude required.Learn. Create. Move Forward.#createthelifeyouwant
 
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Today’s guest made a pivot from selling shoes to selling psychological services. I want to find out how he did that. Cameron Yarbrough is the co-founder of Torch.io, a leadership development company built on principles of psychology and management best practices.I was afraid his company was too touchy-feely and not big enough. But it’s huge! We’ll …
 
We’re are both back after a couple weeks off the mic. Today we’re talking about therapy sessions, the amount of stress and pain in entrepreneurial careers, business trips, leaks and waiting times, solving puzzles, and sales. When is a good time to start removing yourself from different positions in your business so you can start focusing on what do…
 
This episode covers the following -- since our previous deep-dive on the novel coronavirus outbreak -- including: practical implications for the U.S. healthcare system given how it works today, and where we might go in the future — with a16z general partner Julie Yoo, given our vantage point in tech; and how the rt-PCR test works — with a16z bio pa…
 
Starting a company can be daunting, exhausting, and expensive, but with the right focus and idea - extremely rewarding; take it from Andrew Filev, Founder and CEO of Wrike. In this session, he will outline the do's and dont's that he learned bootstrapping Wrike. Where it makes sense to invest your precious resources when to outsource, and how to sa…
 
Today I’m thrilled to have Arri Bagah on the show. Arri and I both spoke at the Many Chat Conversations conference this past year. He is the founder of Conversmart which is a company that helps direct to consumer brands generate 6 figures in revenue per month using SMS marketing. In this episode, Arri and I go in depth on the best ways to implement…
 
In an early-evening press conference, President Donald Trump tapped Vice President Mike Pence to lead the U.S. response to the COVID-19 outbreak that has spread through Europe, Asia and Latin America. The new coronavirus strain, which has infected about 81,000 people around the world and killed 3,000, has already wrought havoc on the global economy…
 
Design is the backbone of any good digital business, but in the past you needed to know someone with the artistic skills and software knowledge to realise your vision. But with the increasing push to democratise technology it was only inevitable that design would soon become more accessible. In this episode, Cameron Adams the co-founder and Chief P…
 
The post E1032: News Roundtable! Robinhood Snacks’ Duo Jack Kramer & Nick Martell on Coronavirus’ impact on public markets, Iger out at Disney – Buy or Sell?, link-baiting Tesla crash, defining Cult Stocks & more! appeared first on This Week In Startups.By ThisWeekInStartups.com
 
We've been talking a lot about well known product failures, but at this point in the series, we're going to take a little pause. Today, we remember that there are very real people behind these failures. These people have feelings and the failures they’ve experienced, they’ve probably affected them in different ways. Today we sit down with Jerry Col…
 
Welcome to the $100 million ARR club, BounceX. This morning (evening, timezone depending), BounceX, a New York-based marketing technology startup, announced that it has reached the $100 million annual recurring revenue (ARR) threshold, adding its name to our running list of companies that have crossed over into nine-figure revenue while remaining p…
 
The post E35: “Angel” Podcast: Sarah Tavel, Partner at Benchmark shares insights on getting recruited by Peter Fenton, disrupting VC gender norms from the inside, transitioning from operator to investor & more appeared first on This Week In Startups.By ThisWeekInStartups.com
 
Recapped. Layoffs. Slowdown. CEO transition. Budget cuts. Downsizing. In spite of a spate of massive startup exits the last few months, culminating in fintech’s shining moment yesterday with Intuit’s $7.1 billion acquisition of Credit Karma, it’s been a tough period for the startup world. Layoffs abound, centered perhaps on SoftBank’s Vision Fund p…
 
Mar Hershenson co-founded Pear VC in 2013, and under her watch the firm has made seed and pre-seed investments in category-defining companies like DropBox, Gusto, DoorDash and Branch Metrics. Along the way, she’s spent a significant amount of time mentoring student-entrepreneurs. In this talk, she focuses on some of the most common questions and co…
 
This is the first in a mini-series I'm running with Brett Knowles of PM2 Consulting, who brought us the fab episode back at the start of Season 2! Brett is an OKR oracle and has recently written a fascinating article on BJ Fogg's Behaviour Change Model and its relevance to OKRs (https://www.klipfolio.com/blog/implementing-okrs-better-and-faster). I…
 
Interview starts: 6:10 Debrief starts: 43:34 Elizabeth Galbut is the Founding and Managing Partner of SoGal Ventures. SoGal Ventures is the first female-led millennial venture firm, and they are leading the way in investing in diverse founding teams and products across the USA and Asia. Their focus includes companies working on female sexual health…
 
In this episode, the guys welcome Technode’s Wei Sheng to discuss the continued US-China tech decoupling, and how Huawei is attempting to succeed in Europe without access to Google Play services. James and Elliott also look at how the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has impacted China’s tech giants thus far. Please note, the hosts may have interest i…
 
Jaleh Rezaei is the co-founder and CEO of Mutiny, a SaaS product that helps B2B companies personalize their website for each visitor in order to close more sales. The Show Notes Mutiny YC VMware Gusto Jaleh on LinkedIn Jaleh on Twitter Omer on Twitter Enjoyed this episode? Subscribe to the podcast Leave a rating and review Follow Omer on Twitter Ne…
 
Fintech startup Revolut is raising a large Series D round of funding. TCV is leading the $500 million round, valuing the company at $5.5 billion. Over the past few years, Revolut has raised $836 million in total. Some existing investors are also participating in today’s funding round, but Revolut isn’t sharing names. Previous investors include DST …
 
The post E1031: Zumper CEO & Co-Founder Anthemos Georgiades makes renting an apartment as easy as booking a hotel, shares insights on monetizing marketplaces, diversifying revenue streams to limit downside, Airbnb’s effect on the rental market & more! appeared first on This Week In Startups.By ThisWeekInStartups.com
 
We’re Live. John and Mani start the conversation reviewing a strategy that Jhon has been applying to Bulldog Mindset recently, the thing is, he’s looking for high-quality clients only which is a niche that can be tricky. He has been trying different things but they have not been working as expected. Mani gives really specific advice on what to try.…
 
With cinnamon, fruit and mint-flavored nicotine gum, is LA’s Lucy Goods the next Juul? David Renteln, the Los Angeles-based co-founder of Soylent and the co-founder and chief executive of new nicotine gum manufacturer Lucy Goods, thinks there should be a better-tasting, less-medicinal offering for people looking to quit smoking.…
 
In this episode of Startups For The Rest Of Us, the tables have turned as Rob is interviewed by Dr. Sherry Walling. They talk MicroConf, the podcast, state of independent SaaS report and TinySeed but also explore bigger themes like what Rob wants to accomplish with all of his businesses and a unifying theme he’s established across the board. Items …
 
This week, Justin is joined by Ward Sandler from MemberSpace (launched in 2015). We explore a bunch of questions: How do you find a cofounder? Ward explains to Justin (a Canadian) what a fraternity is. What it's like doing enterprise sales. How two sales guys ended up learning design and programming. "Everybody needs to build a website for Uncle La…
 
I’m so excited to be talking to Angel Marie, the Creator Educator over at ConvertKit this week. And we’re talking about one of my favorite topics: building your list. I’ve become a huge proponent of this over the last couple of years, and the contributing factors have been this podcast, my move into products, and the educator I got from people at C…
 
Glitch, a platform that makes it easy for anyone to create or remix a web app, has seen over five million apps created by users. You can read more about how it works here. If you want to learn a little about how it works with Docker, check out this piece here. If you want to know more about the shared history of Stack and Glitch, you can read up on…
 
Jen Yip (@lunchbag) is the founder of Lunch Money, a budgeting app that's going head-to-head with big names like Mint and YNAB. The catch? She's a solo founder, doing 100% of the work on her own. In this episode, Jen and I cover the wide breadth of experiences and skills she's gained in order to make this possible, her strategies for working hard e…
 
Do you know why we download podcasts, but stream video? This is the podcast that tells the story. Jeff Macpherson is founder of AR/VR training company Motive.io. But before that – he created and acted in “Tiki Bar TV”. If you don’t know what that is, you can -- and should -- find it at TikiBarTV.com. Tiki Bar TV was at the red-hot center of the ear…
 
Financial services startups raised less money in 2019 than they did in 2018 as VC firms looked to back late stage firms and focused on developing markets, a new report has revealed. According to research firm CB Insights’ annual report published this week, fintech startups across the world raised $33.9 billion* in total last year across 1,912 deals…
 
Good morning friends, and welcome back to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a short-form audio hit to kickstart your week. Regular Equity episodes still drop Friday morning, so if you’ve listened to the show over the years don’t worry — we’re not changing the main show. (Here’s last week’s episode with Danny Crichton if you want to listen; I also just go…
 
I’ve interviewed today’s guest in the past because I was fascinated by how he made a living traveling and speaking to audiences. He’s back today because I want to find out how he turned his onstage reputation into a profitable business offstage. Grant Baldwin is the founder of The Speaker Lab which helps clients find and book speaking engagements. …
 
Tier, the European e-scooter rentals startup that operates in 55 cities across 11 countries, has topped up its funding for the second time in four months. The Berlin-based company has extended its Series B round to over $100 million, up from $60 million disclosed in October. The additional capital is a mix of equity and debt financing provided by M…
 
Interview starts: 6:38 Debrief starts: 32:46 Doug Clinton is the managing partner of Loup Ventures. A Midwest-based venture firm, Loup Ventures was founded in 2017, and to date, they have made exciting investments focusing on frontier tech. Their latest concentrations include neuro-tech and BCI, as well as anti-aging companies. In today's interview…
 
Karl Sun is the Founder & CEO @ Lucidchart, a visual workspace that combines diagramming, data visualization, and collaboration to accelerate understanding and drive innovation. To date, Karl has raised $114M with Lucidchart from some of the best in the business including K9 Ventures, Meritech, Iconiq, GV and Kickstart in Utah. As for Karl, prior t…
 
Becoming a published author has been a goal I’ve noticed more and more Youpreneurs chasing lately, and for good reason. Getting a book out into the world is one of the most effective expert positioning strategies you can use. In this episode, I talk about the writing process itself, the importance of validating your idea and what publishing route y…
 
'There was no alternative to buying expensive furniture for temporary needs' and so City Furnish was created. Today I speak to Neerav Jain, the co-founder of City Furnish a rental subscription service for furniture & appliances. So in this episode he talks about how he got this off the ground by talking to 200 people , going through Y-Combinator la…
 
The post E1030: News Roundtable! Zapier CEO Wade Foster & Early-Stage Investor Monique Woodard on Tech Journalists vs. Founders/VCs, Twitter’s fake news detection, Kickstarter union, Blue Apron plummeting, Lambda School controversy & more! appeared first on This Week In Startups.By ThisWeekInStartups.com
 
Six months ago or thereabouts, a group of engineers and developers with backgrounds from the National Security Agency, Google and Amazon Web Services had an idea. Data is valuable for helping developers and engineers to build new features and better innovate. But that data is often highly sensitive and out of reach, kept under lock and key by red t…
 
Today’s guest is Sally Strebel, the founder of Pagely. They’re a managed WordPress hosting company. I remember first meeting her and her husband, Joshua, at South by Southwest about a decade ago. I started talking to them and I found out what Pagely does, which is make hosting websites easier.I want to find out about the crazy hours they worked to …
 
In today’s episode, Sherry interviews Emily Fletcher, the founder of Ziva Meditation and author of Stress Less and Accomplish More. Emily make meditation accessible for busy folks and high performers. Their conversation covers 3 simple meditation strategies specifically designed for busy entrepreneurs. Emily also unveils her plans to create a medic…
 
Before it was worth $7.6 billion, the original idea for Robinhood was a stock trading social network. At my kitchen table in San Francisco in 2013, the founders envisioned an app for sharing hot tips to a feed complete with a leaderboard of whose predictions were most accurate. Once they had SEC approval, they pivoted towards the real money maker: …
 
One of Inc.'s latest projects has been to examine California's fastest-growing companies. Plus: As data shows startups are planning to leave startup hubs, including San Francisco, where are they going? Inc.'s writers and editors discuss these stories and the emotional tale of how two founders came through a traumatic heath experience and found bala…
 
Klarna-grundaren Niklas Adalberth blev inte lycklig av miljarder på banken. Nu lanserar han en app som ska få oss att må bättre. Men funkar den? Johanna Ekström har testat. De senaste åren har det pumpats in riskkapital i svenska e-handelsbolag och många av dem har växt i en rasande fart. Men vinsterna har på flera håll lyst med sin frånvaro. Och n…
 
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