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How to Start a Startup

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How to Start a Startup

Y Combinator and Stanford University: Sam Altman, Dustin Moskovitz, Paul Graham, Adora Cheung, Peter Thiel, Alex Schultz, Kevin Hale, Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, Ben Silbermann, Alfred Lin, Patrick and John Collison, Aaron Levie, Reid Hoffman & more

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Sam Altman and the folks from Y Combinator offer up an amazing course in "How To Start A Startup" at Stanford. Course includes lectures from: Sam Altman, Dustin Moskovitz, Paul Graham, Adora Cheung, Peter Thiel, Alex Schultz, Kevin Hale, Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, Ben Silbermann, Alfred Lin, Patrick and John Collison, Aaron Levie, Reid Hoffman, Keith Rabois, Ben Horowitz, Marissa Mayer, Hosian Rahman, Kirsty Nathoo, Carolynn Levy, and more
 
Michael Seibel and his younger brother Jason Seibel talk about life, work, and startups. Michael is a full-time partner and CEO of the YC startup accelerator program. Previously he was the cofounder and CEO of Justin.tv (Twitch) and Socialcam. Jason was a Researcher at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). He studied Computer Science at MIT and graduated in 2020.
 
Once a high tech Mecca, Japan is playing catch up in technology startups. Essential lessons for current & future founders considering starting up in Japan. We love to share uncommon knowledge about fundraising, strategy, sales, marketing, recruitment & retention, cross-cultural challenges, and insights into how the Japanese startup ecosystem is evolving. This is an unparalleled English language resource. 📣 Season 1 Now Publishing! We are releasing Season 1 'Founder Foundations' progressively ...
 
Join blockchain developers Connor Daly and Gabriel Cardona as they explore the Avalanche ecosystem. Together, they interview the people building the future of decentralized finance while providing in-depth technical analysis approachable for all levels of crypto experience.
 
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Flight Review

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Flight Review

Brandon Bayer, Mina Abadir

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Flight Review is a podcast chronicling the journey of two entrepreneurs building an ambitious devtools startup. Hosted by Brandon Bayer and Mina Abadir, the founders of Flightcontrol. They chat about entrepreneurship, product design, SaaS, marketing, and building devtool products.
 
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Galata

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Galata

Puneeth Suraana

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Galata is a word from the Indian language Kannada that means the noise caused by a ruckus. This podcast is about starting up while we are still in college. Testing ideas, creating a team, building something worthwhile and adding value to other people’s lives. Join us as we discuss the thrill of earning your first buck, tackling uncertainties, overcoming obstacles and delighting others. Most of all, Galata is about seeing, understanding and implementing so you can deliver on your audacious pr ...
 
In this podcast series Harry Luscombe of Boodil will be speaking with clients, partners and business leaders to discuss their journeys and growth stories with a particular focus on acquisition and retention of their customers. The series aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the end to end journey from forming a business all the way through to adopting the right technology, creating a seamless payments experience, and acquiring new customers whilst retaining current one's. If you are l ...
 
Are you the entrepreneur planning to take the plunge or just got started? Do you have an eye towards space shuttling into 1M, 10M or 100M orbit? Then this show is for you. We uncover untold stories of entrepreneurs in a rather hard hitting, no BS format. Learn from the raw experiences, uncomfortable truths, jaw dropping facts and figures that entrepreneurs share. This is not a show where entrepreneurs sugarcoat and sell dreams. Each show packs ton of actionable insights for YOU from the wins ...
 
LIFT99 launched the LIFTOFF podcast as a continuation of their mission to spread the incredible Stories of Startup Founders in Eastern Europe and by doing so, inspire others to shoot for the moon. Most LIFTOFF shows are recorded live at LIFT99 Tallinn Hub, the birthplace of #EstonianMafia Wall of Fame and home of Estonian startup culture. But not all of them! The road might take us to wherever we find inspiring founders with stories worth sharing. LIFTOFF was launched in collaboration with L ...
 
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Dingman Bootstrapped

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Dingman Bootstrapped

The Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the Robert H. Smith School of Bu

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The Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the Robert H. Smith School of Business produces Bootstrapped, a podcast featuring founders, investors and serial entrepreneurs. While the podcast covers many aspects of startup life, the heart of the show focuses on funding from both the founder and investor perspectives, thus the name Bootstrapped. The podcast is hosted by Elana Fine, Managing Director of the Dingman Center, and Joe Bailey, Associate Research Professor at the Smith School. Each epi ...
 
Welcome to Startups with Niall Maher. This show is to going give you tips, strategies and advice to grow your business and hopefully entertain you along the way. Niall will introduce experts and resources that he is always learning from. It’s all about sharing that experience with YOU. Niall has worked in nearly every corner of technology businesses; Lead Developer, Software Architect, Product Manager, CTO and now happily a Founder. You’ll also get to hear live calls with special guests (suc ...
 
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Hosts Paul Chapman and Jason Ball, are joined by guests to discuss the video, 'How to Succeed with a Startup', by Sam Altman of Y Combinator, and we consider how to apply his wisdom to starting up in Japan. Sam's video: youtu.be/0lJKucu6HJc 🎙️ Founded In Japan is recorded live on Clubhouse 🫵 Follow us on Clubhouse or LinkedIn to join our next recor…
 
Hosts Paul Chapman and Jason Ball, are joined by startup CFOs Yuki Kishi and Maurizio Raffione to discuss the role of CFOs in startups, when is the right time to hire a CFO, and how the CFO role changes over time. Founded In Japan co-hosts Haruka Takamori and Nalin Advani also lend their voice to the discussion. 🎙️ Founded In Japan is recorded live…
 
How do you find a co-founder and build a great partnership? YC's Catheryn Li (who also built our Co-Founder Matching tool) and Visiting Partner Divya Bhat cover the importance of having co-founders, how to get & vet one, and the ways to build a successful working relationship with them. Apply to Y Combinator: https://www.ycombinator.com/apply Looki…
 
There are many terms that are misunderstood in the startup world I we believe "lead investor" is one of them. In this short clip, learn about when you need a lead investor, when you don't, and what a lead investor does in the first place. We hope you enjoy this video and learn something new. Learn more on our Youtube Channel ★ Support this podcast …
 
Every startup founder goes through the period where they have no idea what they're doing when it comes to raising capital. We all have been there. In this video, we cover 5 mistakes that startup founders make when going into their fundraise. We hope this helps save you some time on your fundraising journey! Like this content? Check out our Youtube …
 
Step inside the Group Partner Lounge to hear Y Combinator Group Partners Harj Taggar, Michael Seibel and Brad Flora discuss the traps founders often fall into when looking at the competition. They identify the particular types of companies you should watch out for and many more you are wasting your time worrying about. Apply to Y Combinator: https:…
 
If you're looking to maximize your startup's potential, start by setting the right goals. Michael Seibel and Dalton Caldwell provide tips and strategies for setting goals that will help keep you and your new business focused on success—plus provide examples of bad goals to avoid. Apply to Y Combinator: https://www.ycombinator.com/apply/…
 
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